04/08/2017 Newsround


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Hello, I'm Jenny, it's Friday and you are live

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with CBBC Newsround. Coming up -

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Sprinting legend Usain Bolt prepares to run his last race.

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The Shetland pony who just wanted to join in...

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And the rare tigers born at a zoo in Germany.

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First up, Brazilian footballer Neymar has been speaking

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about his record-breaking signing to Paris St Germain.

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The player signed a deal worth around ?200 million

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to move to the club. He said he is really happy

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with his new team and was not motivated by the money.

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TRANSLATION: I'm really looking for new challenges,

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something new, trophies, and this is what Paris St Germain

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wants, they deserve it. And this is why I came here.

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New trophies, new challenge, and that's what motivates me.

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I want to dream bigger, I want to do my best

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and to do even better.

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Sticking with footie, and the England Women's football

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team is trying to stay positive after they were knocked out

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of the Euros last night by the Netherlands.

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The Lionesses suffered a 3-0 defeat in the semi-finals,

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bringing to an end their hopes of lifting the trophy.

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Despite the disappointing result, the team are looking

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forward to the future.

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We are just trying to gee other up still.

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We've worked really hard to get as far as we have and I think really

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we deserved to get a bit further, but, you know, for us,

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it wasn't our time on the night.

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I think everyone is just trying to stay positive and looking to work

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just as hard going into the World Cup.

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Parts of southern Europe are suffering from the hottest

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heatwave for more than ten years.

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Temperatures have reached 45 degrees Celsius

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in some parts of Italy and the Balkans.

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Several countries have issued red alert weather warnings

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and there have been forest fires in some areas.

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The advice for people affected is to stay indoors

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and drink plenty of water.

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Pop star Rihanna has launched a new campaign

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to give bikes to girls in the African country of Malawi,

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to help them get to school.

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At the moment, only a small number of girls

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in Malawi finish school and one of the reasons

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is because it's difficult for them to get there.

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It's part of her work to help children in poorer countries

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to get a better education.

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Superstar sprinter Usain Bolt, will retire

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from athletics and run his last solo race, at the World Championships

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in London later today.

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Here's a look back at his awesome career.

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Usain Bolt's career began the way he starts and ends most races -

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a slow start but dominant finish.

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His first appearance at the Olympics was in Athens in 2004

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where he ran his first 200 metre race.

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That one, he lost.

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The second Games in Beijing, China 2008 showed the world Bolt's skills.

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He won the 100 metre, 200 metre and 400 x 100 metre relay races.

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His famous lightning stance became a global symbol.

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The 2009 World Athletics Championships proved to be the event

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that would seal his status as the world's fastest man.

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He set two world records by running the 200 metre race in 19.19 seconds

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and the 100 metre race in 9.58 seconds.

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At the London Olympics in 2012, he won gold in three races.

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Rio 2016, Bolt's last Olympic Games, he went for the legendary triple,

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triple and he did it.

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Nine Olympic races, nine gold medals.

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But the celebrations didn't last long.

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One medal had to be handed back after his 2008 relay team-mate

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Nesta Carter tested positive for banned

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performance-enhancing drugs.

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Despite this setback, Bolt didn't let this

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break his stride and he is sure to end his career on a high.

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Next, four rare Siberian tiger cubs have

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made their first public outing at a zoo in Germany.

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The two female and two male cubs, who were born in June,

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waited patiently while their mum checked the outdoor

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enclosure, and gave the OK for them to step out.

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Zookeepers say the new arrivals are healthy and doing really well.

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They're the first cubs to be born at the zoo in Hamburg for 15 years.

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These cyclists got a little bit of a surprise during a race

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in Poland this week. This Shetland pony tried its best

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to keep up with the racers, despite not having a bike.

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Onlookers cheered on the pony, who followed the cyclists until one

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rider guided it to the safety of a side street.

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That's all from the team today, but don't you worry -

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Newsround's back just before 9am tomorrow morning, and then

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all weekend, with loads more brilliant stories for you.

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Bye.

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