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Myeshia Johnson: Soldier's widow says Trump made me cry

Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

She says President Trump could not remember her husband's name when he phoned to offer condolences.

Harvey Weinstein: Company faces harassment inquiry

Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

The investigation in New York follows sexual assault allegations made against Harvey Weinstein.

Gaza conjoined twins 'need life-saving treatment abroad'

Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

The doctor of the two girls says medics in Gaza cannot deal with the pair and they must leave.

Newsround Latest

Comments: Who would you like to see as the new Everton manager?

Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

Everton have sacked manager Ronald Koeman. Who do you think will replace him and can Everton turn round their disappointing season?

Liam Payne, Dua Lipa and Louisa Johnson on who inspired them as teens

Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

Some of the world's biggest stars were at Radio 1's Teen Awards on Sunday and Ayshah got all the gossip from them on the red carpet.

Who are Dr Who's three new companions?

Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

Doctor Who will be hitting our screens next year with three new friends but who are they?

One Stop English

Podcast: Episode 12

Posted on Monday October 02, 2017

This month the panel discusses language plateaus, office jargon and reflective teaching. 

Business Spotlight: Staying at home

Posted on Monday October 02, 2017

This lesson, based on an article from Business Spotlight, is about the increasing popularity of holidays taken at home.

Celebrations: Day of the Dead

Posted on Monday October 02, 2017

In this lesson, students discuss cultural traditions connected with the dead.

English Idioms

As good as your word

Posted on Thursday October 05, 2017

If you say you will do something and then do it, you are as good as your word.

At every turn

Posted on Thursday October 05, 2017

If something happens at every turn, it happens repeatedly or constantly.

In the palm of your hand

Posted on Saturday September 30, 2017

If you have someone in the palm of your hand, you control them and can get them to do exactly what you want.