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TikTok profiting from Syrian families in need - CBBC Newsround
A special BBC report has revealed that TikTok takes around 70% of the money earned from videos of Syrian families in need.
How to spot fake medicine
We look up close at some real and fake anti-malarial drugs that were bought in Nigeria.
The youngest Olympic athletes - past and present
GB skateboarder Sky Brown is 13 years old, but there have been even younger in the history of the Games.
How I became a deepfake
Do you think you can tell what is real and fake? BBC presenter Radzi Chinyanganya tries out the latest techniques.
How satellite images are helping one country hand out cash
Togo has found a new way to send emergency cash to people struggling in the pandemic.
The inventor inspired by a near-death experience
He nearly died after being given fake medicines. Now, his invention can spot them.
Back to school: The new normal
After months of virtual learning, some schools have now reopened their doors to pupils. But with the ongoing risk of coronavirus, what does the average school day now look like?
Nine foster families to football pro
The heart warming story of a boy brought up in a home and the woman who cared for him.
'Your life can become engulfed by bullying'
Children who were bullied at school give advice on how to tackle the issue
'Inspiring' ex-teacher helps disabled kids
The story of the former teacher who has set up a Facebook page for interviews with the children.
The teen 'downloading music into his head'
Michael Fuller is autistic and could play Mozart by ear aged 11. Now he's a classical composer.
'I have a magnet in my head'
Deaf children give their advice about how you can help them understand better.
Children on the benefits of mindfulness
Over 5,000 teachers in the UK are trained to teach mindfulness, says the Mindfulness Initiative.