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Hello, I'm Jenny, it's Friday and you are live
with CBBC Newsround. Coming up -
Sprinting legend Usain Bolt prepares to run his last race.
The Shetland pony who just wanted to join in...
And the rare tigers born at a zoo in Germany.
First up, Brazilian footballer Neymar has been speaking
about his record-breaking signing to Paris St Germain.
The player signed a deal worth around ?200 million
to move to the club. He said he is really happy
with his new team and was not motivated by the money.
TRANSLATION: I'm really looking for new challenges,
something new, trophies, and this is what Paris St Germain
wants, they deserve it. And this is why I came here.
New trophies, new challenge, and that's what motivates me.
I want to dream bigger, I want to do my best
and to do even better.
Sticking with footie, and the England Women's football
team is trying to stay positive after they were knocked out
of the Euros last night by the Netherlands.
The Lionesses suffered a 3-0 defeat in the semi-finals,
bringing to an end their hopes of lifting the trophy.
Despite the disappointing result, the team are looking
forward to the future.
We are just trying to gee other up still.
We've worked really hard to get as far as we have and I think really
we deserved to get a bit further, but, you know, for us,
it wasn't our time on the night.
I think everyone is just trying to stay positive and looking to work
just as hard going into the World Cup.
Parts of southern Europe are suffering from the hottest
heatwave for more than ten years.
Temperatures have reached 45 degrees Celsius
in some parts of Italy and the Balkans.
Several countries have issued red alert weather warnings
and there have been forest fires in some areas.
The advice for people affected is to stay indoors
and drink plenty of water.
Pop star Rihanna has launched a new campaign
to give bikes to girls in the African country of Malawi,
to help them get to school.
At the moment, only a small number of girls
in Malawi finish school and one of the reasons
is because it's difficult for them to get there.
It's part of her work to help children in poorer countries
to get a better education.
Superstar sprinter Usain Bolt, will retire
from athletics and run his last solo race, at the World Championships
in London later today.
Here's a look back at his awesome career.
Usain Bolt's career began the way he starts and ends most races -
a slow start but dominant finish.
His first appearance at the Olympics was in Athens in 2004
where he ran his first 200 metre race.
That one, he lost.
The second Games in Beijing, China 2008 showed the world Bolt's skills.
He won the 100 metre, 200 metre and 400 x 100 metre relay races.
His famous lightning stance became a global symbol.
The 2009 World Athletics Championships proved to be the event
that would seal his status as the world's fastest man.
He set two world records by running the 200 metre race in 19.19 seconds
and the 100 metre race in 9.58 seconds.
At the London Olympics in 2012, he won gold in three races.
Rio 2016, Bolt's last Olympic Games, he went for the legendary triple,
triple and he did it.
Nine Olympic races, nine gold medals.
But the celebrations didn't last long.
One medal had to be handed back after his 2008 relay team-mate
Nesta Carter tested positive for banned
Despite this setback, Bolt didn't let this
break his stride and he is sure to end his career on a high.
Next, four rare Siberian tiger cubs have
made their first public outing at a zoo in Germany.
The two female and two male cubs, who were born in June,
waited patiently while their mum checked the outdoor
enclosure, and gave the OK for them to step out.
Zookeepers say the new arrivals are healthy and doing really well.
They're the first cubs to be born at the zoo in Hamburg for 15 years.
These cyclists got a little bit of a surprise during a race
in Poland this week. This Shetland pony tried its best
to keep up with the racers, despite not having a bike.
Onlookers cheered on the pony, who followed the cyclists until one
rider guided it to the safety of a side street.
That's all from the team today, but don't you worry -
Newsround's back just before 9am tomorrow morning, and then
all weekend, with loads more brilliant stories for you.
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