Nel Hedayat goes to Afghanistan, where she meets child casualties of the war.
Extended topical features and documentaries from the CBBC news team
Three girls retrace their families' experiences of Indian Partition 70 years ago.
Josh is 14, loves playing hockey, and has had to deal with a mental health problem.
Reporter Ayshah Tull looks at the devastating affects poaching is having on rhinoceroses.
Reporter Ricky Boleto investigates the role technology plays in our lives.
A look at brothers and sisters, featuring children from all over the world.
Ricky and Leah talk to children about bullying in front of an audience.
Leah Boleto travels to Hiroshima on the anniversary of the city's bombing.
A special episode of Newsround.
Millie Innes looks at why children can sometimes feel bad about their appearance.
A look at obesity in the US, where a record number of children have weight problems.
A lonely alien disguises herself as a regular schoolgirl and visits Earth.
Following the homecoming of the 617 'Dambusters' Squadron from Afghanistan.
Reporter Ricky Boleto investigates the world of cyberbullying.
Leah Gooding visits the Philippines, to see how children are coping after Typhoon Haiyan.
Exploring the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.
12-year-old presenter Ben explores what it means to be dyslexic.
Rosie King hears the stories of kids who have moved up from primary to secondary school.
Rosie takes viewers into her world to explain what it's like to grow up with autism.
In this modern-day fairytale, Caught in the Web explores the dangers of the internet.