A French museum that was meant to show the works of the painter Étienne Terrus found out recently that most of their paintings were by other people.
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Two important European leaders visited President Trump at the White House this week: President Emmanuel Macron of France and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany.
Scientists have discovered that the clouds covering the planet Uranus smell like rotten eggs. The scientists found this out by studying sunlight bouncing off of the clouds.
In 2016, scientists found a tiny life form that could "eat" plastic. Now other scientists have figured out a way to make that bacteria eat plastic even faster.
A 13-year-old boy and his teacher have helped find a Viking treasure. A coin the two found has led scientists to the 1,000-year-old treasure of a Viking king.
The US, France, and the UK shot missiles at three places in Syria early Saturday morning. The countries attacked because they believe Syria used chemical weapons last week.
Workers in the US and Europe have been going on strike. They've stopped doing their jobs in order to protest. Here's a look at strikes in the US, France, and Germany.
You'll get in trouble if you insult King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands. But thanks to a new law, you won't get in nearly as much trouble as you would have before.
Sergei Skripal and Yulia Skripal, who were poisoned in March, are both feeling better. Ms. Skripal has left the hospital. Doctors say Mr. Skripal is also getting better quickly.
On Sunday, Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orbán was re-elected for the third time. Many other people from his party were also elected. Now he has the power to change the laws of the country.