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/ 8 August 2016

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World’s longest aircraft takes a nosedive

Just a week after taking off for the very first time, the world’s longest aircraft has come back down to earth with a bump. The Airlander 10 crashed during its second test flight in a field in Bedfordshire. A spokesman says the flight went really well – the only issue was when it landed.

Little boy rescued from the rubble in Syria

He is a symbol of Syria’s suffering. A little boy, sitting alone, covered in dust and blood, moments after being pulled from the rubble of his home in Aleppo. The image of 5-year old Omran Daqneesh has touched people around the world, an emblem of despair, sparking renewed calls for a ceasefire.

***A warning you may find this report upsetting***

What next for David Cameron? 

David Cameron goes from being the PM to a mere MP. He faces a future away from power, while the whole family are once again having to get used to life outside Number 10. So, what next?

Pokemon Go unleashed in the UK

Pokémon Go is a smartphone game that involves people searching in real life for creatures that appear on their phone. If that sounds confusing, it’s already enthralled both children and grown-ups across America and today it was unleashed on Britain.

David Brent album ‘as important as Kanye West’

He was excruciating enough to watch on TV, now David Brent and all his delusions are appearing on the big screen. The character made famous in The Office now appears in ‘Life on the Road’, as he attempts to make it as a rock star. And while it’s got mixed reviews, the man behind it all has told us he’s not worried about failure.