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Watch: Robots - The Next Wave In a special series Ricky travels the country meeting the robots of the future and the scientists working on them.
VIDEO: Newsround chats with robot expert Newsround's special series about robots has kicked off and Ayshah's been chatting to an expert about these creations.
VIDEO: Ricky meets the robots of the future Ricky visits a robotics lab in Bristol to meet some of the robots of the future.
Send us your robot designs We want you to design a robot that you'd like to see get built. What would it look like? What job would it have? Send us your robot designs!
VIDEO: Robot supersuit built in Italy Check out this amazing robot suit developed by engineers in Italy.
First GB gold at Winter Paralympics Kelly Gallagher has won the first ever Winter Paralympic gold medal for Great Britain.
Wigan through to FA Cup semi-finals The FA Cup holders Wigan are heading back to Wembley for the semi-finals after a thrilling match against Manchester City.
Comments: How do you celebrate when you score? Chelsea striker Samuel Eto made the headlines yesterday by pretending he needed a walking stick after scoring for the team, but what's your goal celebration?
Etherington picks up silver medal at Sochi Great Britain's Jade Etherington and guide Caroline Powell have been presented with their silver medals for the Women's Downhill at a ceremony in Sochi.
Space Station gets new commander Koichi Wakata has become the first Japanese commander of the International Space Station.
GB beat Sweden in wheelchair curling Great Britain have beaten Sweden 6-4 in the latest round of wheelchair curling at the Sochi Winter Paralympics.
Pictures: Winter Paralympics Opening Ceremony The 2014 Paralympic Winter Games kicked off at Sochi on Friday with a spectacular opening ceremony at the Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Watch: Great white shark could make history A great white shark called Lydia could be about to make history as the first of its species to be seen crossing the Atlantic.
VIDEO: Top tips on how to write a book Children's Laureate, Malorie Blackman, gives you her top tips for becoming a best-selling author.
VIDEO: Baby hippopotamus born in Mexico A baby hippopotamus has been born at Mexico City's Chapultepec Zoo, the first one in 16 years.
VIDEO: Rubbish clean-up on Mount Everest The Nepalese government is asking mountaineers looking to scale the world's highest peak to bring back all their rubbish - and some more besides.
VIDEO: Flying penguins' epic journey Five Gentoo penguins have flown all the way from Texas in America to a new home in Hull, England.
Etherington wins GB's first medal Jade Etherington has become the first British woman ever to win a Paralympic skiing medal taking silver in the visually impaired downhill.
Pictures: Posing pooches at Crufts 2014 Meet the four-legged competitors from around the globe taking part at Crufts, the world's largest dog show
Comments: Are you put off by your parents? Adults at children's football matches in Lancashire this weekend are being asked to keep quiet to avoid putting kids off their game.
Watch: R5 reveal their footballing past R5 are on a tour of the UK and Ireland, Match of the Day Kickabout caught up with the band to discuss all things football.
Watch: Endangered birds fed scrambled egg Scientists are working to save the mangrove finch from extinction on the Galapagos islands, feeding them larva, scrambled eggs, papaya and wax worms.
Obama and Putin discuss Ukraine US President Barack Obama has been discussing the crisis in Ukraine with Russia's President Putin.
VIDEO: Dog's 12-mile trip in car engine A curious dog has a lucky escape after surviving a 12-mile journey stuck in a car engine in Greater Manchester.
VIDEO: 1D's Louis makes his footy debut One Direction's Louis Tomlinson has made his Doncaster Rovers debut - in front of thousands of fans.
The maths behind cowboy tricks revealed A scientist has come up with a formula for trick roping, made famous in Western movies, to teach himself how to lasso like a cowboy.
Watch: Your questions about Ukraine This week we will be putting some of your questions to BBC reporters, so if there's anything you want to know about the Ukraine crisis please get in touch.
When can you watch Newsround? Newsround is LIVE and EXCLUSIVE to the CBBC channel every day of the week. Make sure you never miss a bulletin by checking out when we are on your TV screens.
Watch Newsround Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
Quiz: Quiz of the week How much can you remember about last weeks biggest news stories? Find out with Newsround's quiz of the week!
Quiz: Space station or imitation? Can you spot scenes from the film Gravity in our gallery of Nasa's space pictures? Try our quiz and find out.
Watch: The week's weirdest news stories Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!
Pictures: Your World Book Day outfits It's World Book Day and you guys have been dressing up as your favourite characters to celebrate.
Guide: What's happening in Ukraine? Read Newsround's guide to the crisis going on in Ukraine in eastern Europe.
Advice if you're upset by the news What to do if you are upset by the news - advice for kids.