Christo, who is famous for creating huge works of art, has used 7,506 oil barrels to make a floating piece of art which weighs more than a million pounds.
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Greece and Macedonia have been arguing about a name for over 27 years. Now they may be on their way to solving their problem.
Scientists in Australia have shown that bees seem to understand the idea of zero. Up until now only a few animals with larger brains have shown this skill.
Today is World Day Against Child Labor. 152 million children around the world are forced to work, often in dangerous or unhealthy jobs. Here is a look at some examples.
US president Donald Trump has surprised some of America's oldest friends after an important meeting this weekend. Mr. Trump backed out of an agreement and insulted Canada's leader over the Internet.
Pedro Sánchez has become the new prime minister of Spain. He didn't win an election. He worked with other members of Parliament to force the old prime minister out.
Last Friday a pilot whale died in Thailand after swallowing over 80 plastic bags. Workers had been trying to save it for days, but it was not able to survive.
For hundreds of years, people have told stories about a "Loch Ness Monster". Now, a group of scientists have come up with a way to prove whether the monster exists or not.
Workers in Germany used a robot to help defuse a World War II bomb. Old bombs like this are still common in Germany, even though the war ended over 70 years ago.
Last week, some German parents who took their kids out of school early were stopped by police at the airport. The police made reports on students who didn't have permission to miss school.