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It's Thursday 8th March,

you're live with me,

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Ayshah, this morning.

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Coming up:

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We celebrate

International Women's Day.

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The footballer hoping for a world

record up a mountain.

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Plus, what emojis really mean.

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Keep watching Newsround.

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Today is International Women's Day -

a day to celebrate

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the amazing achievements

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of women all over the world.

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We spoke to a group of women who've

achieved some incredible

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things in their lives,

from winning paralympic medals

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to selling millions of books,

to see what they had to say to young

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girls growing up today.

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Take a look at this.

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Hi, Newsround.

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Hello everybody there at Newsround.

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My advice for all of you young girls

watching Newsround right now is...

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For International Women's Day

we spoke to six amazing women.

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Millie, Lauren, Anita and Yasmin,

Kimberley and Ellie to see

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what they had to say.

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Being a girl can be

difficult in so many ways.

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I feel like there's one major

challenge that maybe some

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of you that are watching Newsround

might have faced and

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that is comparison.

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You shouldn't compare

yourself to anyone else.

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We live in a crazy selfie

regeneration and there's

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so much pressure put

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on the way that you look and the way

that you present yourself that

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sometimes the really good stuff

that's going to make you soar

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and make dreams come

true gets overlooked.

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So, I'm 17, a year away

from being an adult officially,

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and I would give the advice

to my younger self

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of just not being scared.

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Not mind so much about

what other people say

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about you or think about your ideas.

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Don't let anyone hold you back.

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We are all individuals,

we all have different lives.

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I think you've got that one life,

you've got to live it and you've

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just got to enjoy everything you do.

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The way you dress,

the music you listen to,

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the things you write about,

the things you read, they're

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personal to you and if they're

important

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to you, they're important.

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Don't worry so much

about fitting in with

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everybody else, just stick

to

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what you're doing.

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You're pretty cool.

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You can always do it.

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You can do it.

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Just do it!

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Just keep your eyes on the prize.

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Stop caring what other people think.

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Happy

International

Women's Day,

Newsround!

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And to celebrate the day take a look

at what some fast food restaurants

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in America are doing.

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They've turned the 'M'

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upside down to make a 'W'.

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The company says it's flipped

the logo to honour the fantastic

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achievements of women everywhere.

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Time for a round-up of the sport.

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England's women just

missed out on winning,

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the SheBelieves Cup in America -

Karen Bardsley's own goal

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meant the USA won 1-0

and won the tournament.

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It went from celebrations

to heartbreak for Spurs,

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in the Champions League.

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Despite controlling the first half,

they were knocked out

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by the Italian Champions Juventus at

Wembley.

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The 2-1 home defeat,

means they go out 4-3 on aggregate.

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Paulo Dybala scoring

the winning goal for Juve.

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Manchester City could afford

to put their feet up at home

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to Basel - they had a 4 nil lead

from the away leg and

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so despite actually losing

2-1 at home last night,

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they still cruise through,

on aggregate, becoming

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the second English side

through to the quarter finals.

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Have you ever wondered

what certain emojis mean?

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Well, a new online

dictionary can help.

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Here's Hayley.

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I love this one.

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Clever-macro now if someone could

just tell me what this one means?

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just tell me what this one means? --

now if someone could just tell me

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what this one means?

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This extraordinary headcam footage

shows the moment a snowboarder

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survives an avalanche.

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Thomas Kray was in the French Alps

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when this happened.

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The ground looks

like its falling away.

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With some quick thinking he used

a special avalanche airbag to get

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himself above the snow.

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And was able to get

back down safely.

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You might think you're pretty

good at keepie uppies,

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but I bet you're not this good.

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When you want to practise your footy

skills, you might head

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into your back garden or a local

park, but what about heading up

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Mount Everest with your ball?

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What?!

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The world's tallest mountain?

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Oh, yeah!

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King of the keepie-uppies

and football freestyler

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John Farnworth set himself that

challenge after travelling

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all the way to Nepal in Asia.

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He's been juggling

a football with his feet

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all the way up to base camp.

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That's where mountaineers start

their climb to the top of Everest.

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Challenges along the way,

apart from the obvious one

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of keeping a ball under control up

a mountain, included cold nights

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and feeling light-headed

because of how high he was.

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He reached 5,000 metres,

so what better way to help him keep

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going than an ice bath?!

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Brrr!

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He's had a good reason

for doing it though -

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it's in memory of his grandad,

who helped him get into football.

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John is also hoping he might

set a new world record.

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Well, we're definitely impressed.

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