19/03/2017 Newsround


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Hi, guys, Ricky here with your Sunday Newsround -

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here's what's coming up:

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The spacecraft aiming to touch down in the ocean.

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Your say on whether Arsene Wenger should leave Arsenal.

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And Panda mums can give embarrassing cuddles too.

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First up, a spacecraft that's been docked at

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the International Space Station is on its way back down

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to Earth right now.

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The unmanned Space X Dragon cargo spacecraft delivered

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supplies to the ISS.

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Its journey back to Earth is being controlled in California

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and experts aim to land it in the Pacific Ocean.

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A team will then rescue the craft, which contains things like samples

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from experiments carried out in space,

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Sport now and England are celebrating retaining

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the Six Nations but they didn't have it all their own way.

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Ireland beat the champions

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in a gripping match in Dublin.

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The victory for Ireland put an end to England's 18-match winning run

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and stopped a new world record being set.

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The big match this afternoon in the Premier League

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is Manchester City against Liverpool at 4.30.

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Manchester City will be hoping to get over their disappointing week

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after they got knocked out of the Champions League

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on Wednesday.

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Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger says he has made a decision

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about his future and says he will announce his

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plans "very soon".

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Many fans want him to leave the club.

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The Gunners lost to West Brom yesterday, a fourth loss

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in their last five league games.

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We asked you what you thought about Arsene Wenger?

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Should he stay or is it time for him to leave Arsenal?

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Max thinks Arsene Wenger should stay because he has managed

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them for 20 years and they've always finished in the top four under him.

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But Isabel thinks he should stop being the manager

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but as he's helped them win so much - he should stay

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on as Arsenal's chairman.

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Alisha says Wenger should leave now, or Arsenal might not

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qualify for the Champions League.

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Thanks for your comments, guys.

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Now, recently Newsround travelled to Greece to find out more

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about the lives of child migrants and refugees who are waiting

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to move on somewhere else.

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Ayshah met some kids in that situation and the teams

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who try to help them.

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This is where a lot of child migrants and refugees

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who are the same age as you come here from places like Syria,

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Afghanistan and Pakistan in search of a better life.

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First we're going to the busy city centre and we're meeting Natasha.

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She looks for young migrants and refugees on the streets

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who might need help.

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Is this somewhere where child refugees who might be

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on their own would hang out?

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Yes, of course.

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This is a really big main square.

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It's in the heart of the city centre, so a lot of people,

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a lot of children and families, they hang around here.

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What would you do if you saw a child that was by themselves now?

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We would say who we are, what we are doing,

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and we politely ask him his name.

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Next we're meeting two of the boys who were helped

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by the charity, Karam and Amir.

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They left their families two years ago and were sent on ahead

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to have a better life in Europe.

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They are in Greece now but they really want to get

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to Sweden or Germany.

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We're not showing their faces to protect their identity.

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I've been here for one year.

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During this year, my life has stopped.

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My life has stopped here.

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In the morning I go to school and in the afternoon I come back here.

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In the evening, I go to the gym.

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My life is really cool, but the only problem I have is I'm

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away from my family.

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When was the last time you spoke to your mum?

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I don't like to talk to her often because every time I do,

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I hear a lot of bad news from her.

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What do you hope for your future?

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I hope I can build a new life for my family here.

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I hope I can get them here and live a normal life with them.

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Our final stop is a few miles away and it's another

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shelter helping children.

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For seven-year-old Farah and her mum things are looking positive.

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The young boys in their family left Syria when they were 10,

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16 and 18 to travel to Germany.

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She will soon be reunited with them.

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When I came to visit, she introduced me to her best friend Sana.

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She told me how she feels about her situation now.

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TRANSLATION: Every child has a house to play in,

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but we don't have one here.

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But Farah still has fun with all of her friends here at the camp.

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We play like we are neighbours and we play housewives doing

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some chores in the home.

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We pretend we have guests and we act like we take our

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daughters to the park.

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These are some of the last selfies Farah will take in Greece before

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she starts her new life in Germany.

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Now this is a fun run with a capital F.

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Take a look at these dogs and their owners

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in the Philipines in Southeast Asia.

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They're taking part in a special event to raise awareness

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about responsible pet ownership.

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In some parts of the Philipines dogs are not looked after properly.

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These pets are pretty happy to be going for walkies.

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Now, you know when your mum just won't stop messing

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you about and giving you hugs in front of everyone?

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It happens to pandas, too.

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Here's Fushun trying to get away from his mum Qifu.

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Let's face it, he's got no chance.

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Embarrassing!

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Thanks Mum.

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That's all from the weekend team, Newsround's back at 7.40 tomorrow.

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Have a good afternoon!

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