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Hi, I'm Hayley and

this is Newsround.

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Coming up in the next

few minutes:

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Buddy the dog and the man

who rescued him from a hurricane.

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A record breaking rainbow,

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and, the pizza party in space.

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First up, loads of plastic like this

goes into our oceans

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every year causing lots

of problems for wildlife.

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Politicians from around the world

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want to introduce a total ban

on plastic waste in the ocean.

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They're talking about it at a big

meeting in Kenya this week.

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More than 8 million tons

of plastic

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is dumped in the ocean every year,

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and the United Nations says it's

a "planetary emergency".

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Now to cricket, and the Ashes.

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England fought back

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after a slow start on day

four of the second test.

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Tomorrow is the last day of this

test match and after a solid

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performance from captain

Joe Root,

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England now

have a slim chance of winning.

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Now to a lovely tale

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of a police officer who rescued

a dog after Hurricane Irma.

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Meet Buddy, the lucky labrador cross

who is now living in the UK. Buddy

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is a stray dog, he won the heart of

a police officer, John Harvey. John

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was sent from Suffolk police to the

British Virgin Islands, he was sent

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there to help people after the

devastation of Hurricane Irma.

Put

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his paws on my thigh and would not

let me go, he was walking with me as

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I tried to leave and I thought, I

would like to bring him home, if I

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can! Give him a chance of a better

life.

Buddy spent 21 days in

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Washington, DC in the US, where vets

check that he was healthy and fit

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before he was allowed to travel on

to the UK.

Looks fantastic, really

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good to see him, he was excited, I

was excited. It was the start of the

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next chapter.

The pair are now

happily settling in, ready for new

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adventures together, but it can all

get a bit exhausting...

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What a happy ending! Craig Whyte The

Turner Prize is one of the most

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famous art awards in the world -

partly because the entries are often

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a bit unusual! Tonight judges will

decide who will win this year, but

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what do kids think of the artists in

the running for the prize?

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VOICEOVER: These are the entries and

these are the judges, and they are

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taking seriously. First up, this

artist paints on everyday objects to

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explore black identity.

I like how

she has intercut pieces into it, and

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she loves art.

I think the message

is, use your recycling things to

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make better things for other people.

What next up, and artist who mainly

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makes films, this one is about a

mother and her daughter in what

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Amal. It is by Rosalind Nashashibi.

Pretty random.

Next, the paintings

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of Hurvin Anderson our about memory

and identity.

Very colourful.

It

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took them a long time, it took the

artist who made it a long time, this

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one was very cool.

Andrea Buttner.

That one looks like a potato, and

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that one, kind of...

Kind of creepy,

with pointy fingers.

Who is the

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favourite?

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Brilliant job, guys!

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Can't wait to see who will win.

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Now to the reason why this

rainbow is record breaking.

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It's because it lasted

nearly nine hours,

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usually they only stay

for less than an hour.

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It was seen over the skies

of Taiwan in East Asia

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from 6.57 in the morning

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until 3.55 in the afternoon.

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We've put humans on the moon,

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sent a rover to Mars and now we've

sent pizza to space!?

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Astronauts on the

international Space station

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had their very own pizza party.

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The toppings were all sent up

on a special supply ship.

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Commander Randy Bresnik said

the pizzas were

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"flying saucers

of the edible kind".

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Cheesy!

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That's all from me for now

but Newsround is back from 7.40

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in the morning with Ayshah.

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