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  1. It has just been announced that a TV adaptation of one of David Walliams books will be shown on TV this Christmas.
  2. This four-legged friend has been putting on her protective gear and helping to save lives in Mexico, following the devastating earthquake.
  3. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has given an important speech about Brexit in Florence, Italy. Find out more about the important things she said.
  4. The Fuxing trains in China can reach up to 248mph.
  5. Have you ever wanted to play with your mum but she was too busy or tired? Well that's exactly what happened to this little guy.
  6. How these kids are helping athlete Michelle prepare to compete in the Invictus Games
  7. A song called Entammede Jimikki Kamal has taken over the internet and found global fame.
  8. Alba's so unique that she's getting a new place to live, which should help keep her safe.
  9. It's going to be another busy weekend of football. Hear about the clashes to watch out for on MOTD Kickabout's Build-up.
  10. Scientists studying climate change stumble upon shipwrecks from more than a 1,000 years ago.
  11. Scientists studying African wild dogs think that they have found something interesting about the way the dogs decide what the pack does.
  12. Mark Sampson has been sacked as the manager of the English women's football team...
  13. Rescuers are working hard to help people after Tuesday's earthquake in central Mexico.
  14. How to Train Your Dragon author Cressida Cowell is back with a brand new book. It's all about wizards and she's been secretly working on it for the last five years.
  15. Ricky's at the home of Minecraft in Stockholm, Sweden, to find out what goes into making one of the most popular computer games in the world!