President Trump has agreed to meet with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. This will be the first time the leaders of those two countries have met. Recently people have worried that the US and North Korea might go to war.
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People are getting together around the world to celebrate International Women's Day on Thursday. In many countries people are marching, having big meetings, and even stopping work for the day.
A woman walking on the beach in Australia found an interesting bottle. The bottle had a message inside that was 132 years old. That's the oldest message in a bottle ever found.
Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in less than four minutes, has died. Bannister's 1954 run made news around the world. It also changed people's ideas about what humans could do.
Thousands of people in Papua New Guinea need help after last Monday's earthquake, which killed over 50 people. Many more people are in danger now because they need food, water, and other supplies.
Scientists have found a huge group of penguins on islands near Antarctica. They did not expect to find the penguins there. They used computers and drones to help find them.
Doctors and teachers are saying that children who spend a lot of time on tablets are having trouble holding pencils. They are also having trouble doing other small jobs with their hands.
Serious snow storms are causing big problems all through Europe. The storms have hit the United Kingdom hard. Schools, roads, airports, and businesses have been closed.
People in Taiwan have been rushing to buy toilet paper. They are afraid that prices will go up. They are also afraid that Taiwan will run out of toilet paper.
Public schools in West Virginia have been closed for almost a week because teachers were protesting low pay raises. They have now agreed to go back to work on Thursday.