Vladimir Putin has been elected to lead Russia for the fourth time. If he finishes the next six years as president, he will have led Russia for almost 25 years.
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A plane in Siberia carrying around $156 million in gold bars had a problem as it took off. A door broke open and almost 7,000 pounds of gold bars fell out of the plane.
Clocks all over Europe have been running up to six minutes slow recently. Why? The surprising answer is because Serbia and Kosovo are not getting along.
Stephen Hawking, one of the most famous scientists since Albert Einstein, died on Wednesday. Hawking was known for his ideas about black holes, his books, and for working even though he could not move his body.
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.
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.
A famous stolen painting was found by French government officers on Friday, February 16. Where did they find it? Inside a suitcase on a bus!
McDonald's began selling a meatless burger in Sweden and Finland. It is very popular.
The Church of England is asking people to give up plastic for six weeks. This is in honor of Lent, an important part of their religion.
A group of stores in France put Nutella on sale. People began to fight over the cheap jars of chocolate spread.