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Hi, guys, Ricky here with your Sunday Newsround -
here's what's coming up:
The spacecraft aiming to touch down in the ocean.
Your say on whether Arsene Wenger should leave Arsenal.
And Panda mums can give embarrassing cuddles too.
First up, a spacecraft that's been docked at
the International Space Station is on its way back down
to Earth right now.
The unmanned Space X Dragon cargo spacecraft delivered
supplies to the ISS.
Its journey back to Earth is being controlled in California
and experts aim to land it in the Pacific Ocean.
A team will then rescue the craft, which contains things like samples
from experiments carried out in space,
Sport now and England are celebrating retaining
the Six Nations but they didn't have it all their own way.
Ireland beat the champions
in a gripping match in Dublin.
The victory for Ireland put an end to England's 18-match winning run
and stopped a new world record being set.
The big match this afternoon in the Premier League
is Manchester City against Liverpool at 4.30.
Manchester City will be hoping to get over their disappointing week
after they got knocked out of the Champions League
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger says he has made a decision
about his future and says he will announce his
plans "very soon".
Many fans want him to leave the club.
The Gunners lost to West Brom yesterday, a fourth loss
in their last five league games.
We asked you what you thought about Arsene Wenger?
Should he stay or is it time for him to leave Arsenal?
Max thinks Arsene Wenger should stay because he has managed
them for 20 years and they've always finished in the top four under him.
But Isabel thinks he should stop being the manager
but as he's helped them win so much - he should stay
on as Arsenal's chairman.
Alisha says Wenger should leave now, or Arsenal might not
qualify for the Champions League.
Thanks for your comments, guys.
Now, recently Newsround travelled to Greece to find out more
about the lives of child migrants and refugees who are waiting
to move on somewhere else.
Ayshah met some kids in that situation and the teams
who try to help them.
This is where a lot of child migrants and refugees
who are the same age as you come here from places like Syria,
Afghanistan and Pakistan in search of a better life.
First we're going to the busy city centre and we're meeting Natasha.
She looks for young migrants and refugees on the streets
who might need help.
Is this somewhere where child refugees who might be
on their own would hang out?
Yes, of course.
This is a really big main square.
It's in the heart of the city centre, so a lot of people,
a lot of children and families, they hang around here.
What would you do if you saw a child that was by themselves now?
We would say who we are, what we are doing,
and we politely ask him his name.
Next we're meeting two of the boys who were helped
by the charity, Karam and Amir.
They left their families two years ago and were sent on ahead
to have a better life in Europe.
They are in Greece now but they really want to get
to Sweden or Germany.
We're not showing their faces to protect their identity.
I've been here for one year.
During this year, my life has stopped.
My life has stopped here.
In the morning I go to school and in the afternoon I come back here.
In the evening, I go to the gym.
My life is really cool, but the only problem I have is I'm
away from my family.
When was the last time you spoke to your mum?
I don't like to talk to her often because every time I do,
I hear a lot of bad news from her.
What do you hope for your future?
I hope I can build a new life for my family here.
I hope I can get them here and live a normal life with them.
Our final stop is a few miles away and it's another
shelter helping children.
For seven-year-old Farah and her mum things are looking positive.
The young boys in their family left Syria when they were 10,
16 and 18 to travel to Germany.
She will soon be reunited with them.
When I came to visit, she introduced me to her best friend Sana.
She told me how she feels about her situation now.
TRANSLATION: Every child has a house to play in,
but we don't have one here.
But Farah still has fun with all of her friends here at the camp.
We play like we are neighbours and we play housewives doing
some chores in the home.
We pretend we have guests and we act like we take our
daughters to the park.
These are some of the last selfies Farah will take in Greece before
she starts her new life in Germany.
Now this is a fun run with a capital F.
Take a look at these dogs and their owners
in the Philipines in Southeast Asia.
They're taking part in a special event to raise awareness
about responsible pet ownership.
In some parts of the Philipines dogs are not looked after properly.
These pets are pretty happy to be going for walkies.
Now, you know when your mum just won't stop messing
you about and giving you hugs in front of everyone?
It happens to pandas, too.
Here's Fushun trying to get away from his mum Qifu.
Let's face it, he's got no chance.
That's all from the weekend team, Newsround's back at 7.40 tomorrow.
Have a good afternoon!
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