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Hi, I'm Martin with your final

Newsround update this Saturday.

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Here's what I've got

for you in the next few minutes.

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Why these kids are feeling rough

after a sleepover with a difference.

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Plus, the robot who had a very

bad first day at work.

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Keep watching.

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First up, to the Winter Paralympics

in Pyeongchang, and a big well done

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to Millie Knight who has bagged

Paralympic GB's first

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medal of the Games.

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Visually impaired Millie

and her guide, Brett Wild, won

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silver in the downhill ski event.

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Before they headed to Korea,

we caught up with the pair

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to find out more about how

they work together.

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What is it like skiing

visually impaired?

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I would say it is much

easier that I cannot see.

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I ski with Brett who skis

in front of me and we talk

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all the way down the mountain,

you know, what the snow is like,

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what the terrain is like,

and then I will say whether we're

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going too quickly or too slowly.

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The way it works, we are attached

by a Bluetooth headset and I wear

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a bright orange jacket

which stands out.

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I tell Millie everything I can

see, what is coming up,

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a change in terrain,

a change in the course,

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and Millie feeds back if I'm skiing

too fast or too slow,

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if she can see me.

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Is it true your mum

was your first guide?

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Yeah, she was my first guide.

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We actually won a bronze,

which was really exciting but we got

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disqualified in all the others,

but that is fine, we will

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concentrate on the bronze.

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What happened to her?

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My coach said I needed someone more

permanent-slash-faster.

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How do you feel just before a race?

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Brett is normally much better

in the start gate than me.

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He's very calm and relaxed.

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We talk through the course a lot.

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Yes, I keep making sure Millie is OK

because she goes quite quiet

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sometimes in the start gate.

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Because Millie is such a big

Script fan, she stands

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in the start gate and says,

I can be the greatest,

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I can be the best, I can be

the King Kong banging on my chest.

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That is Millie's thing now.

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What message would you have

for other people with

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a visual impairment?

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For me, losing my sight is the best

thing that has ever happened to me.

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Through that, I have got

in the sport, which has totally

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built me as a person.

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I have so much more confidence

through skiing, I have made

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new friends and been to amazing

places, and really, without sport,

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I would not have done that.

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Give any sport a go,

it does not matter which sport

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you do, just try it.

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Next, after the cold weather

and snow of the last few weeks,

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many of us have been thinking

about how to help people

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who are homeless.

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Newsround went to meet a group

of students who've been getting

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a small taste of what it's

like to sleep rough.

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Ladies first.

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OK.

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I was supposed to go first,

and you said ladies...

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Ladies first, on about myself.

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Oh!

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They are having a mass sleep out

in solidarity with young people that

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find themselves homeless.

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We cannot replicate what homeless

people have to go through,

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because nobody should have to go

through that, but we're

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sleeping on the floor,

and the heating is off,

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no phones, no MP3

players, none of that.

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I think the most challenging

thing happening tonight

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is sleeping on the ground,

because like most people, I am

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most used to sleeping on a bed.

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I think the most challenging thing

for me is trying to keep warm.

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Tonight, the thing that I'm

going to miss the most is my family,

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because I usually have them there.

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I think the students will get

a really small flavour of what it

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might be like to sleep

without their home comforts,

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put themselves in the shoes

of someone who is experiencing life

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on the streets.

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I cannot wait till the morning

because I am not going to wake up.

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It is too early.

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And it is the weekend.

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On a scale of one to ten,

it was one, it was awful,

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it was freezing cold,

I was hungry.

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I was about three.

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I was minus five.

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I think if I was uncomfortable

inside, and on a cold wooden floor,

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then how is it for them,

when they do not have

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any sort of shelter?

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It is going to be ten times,

even a hundred times harder

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on people that are sleeping outside

with no home, no room, no shelter.

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More people should be taking

the time to talk to them and try

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and get them out of homelessness.

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I think it has given me the best

insight because there is no other

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experience to make you feel

what they are feeling.

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Next, to the English Premier League,

and the big game happening right now

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between Manchester United

and their fierce rivals Liverpool.

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When these two sides meet

it's always a big game,

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but this particular match is extra

important because Liverpool

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are just two points behind

the Manchester side in the league.

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A win for Jose Mourinho's United

will put them in second place.

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The score at the moment is 2-0

to Manchester United.

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It is actually half-time at the

moment.

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Finally, spare a thought for Flippy

the robot who's had a very bad

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start to his new job.

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The burger-flipping bot was making

meals at a restaurant in California.

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But he was fired

on his very first day.

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Poor Flippy was too slow!

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But it's not the end

for our mechanical friend.

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He's being reprogrammed, and bosses

hope to bring him back soon.

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Head online for more top stories,

and find out how Luke Skywalker

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helped to encourage a young

Star Wars fan to decide

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what to wear to school.

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Pretty cool.

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That's your lot today from me

and the rest of the Newsround team.

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Have a great afternoon.

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Ayshah's here tomorrow.

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If you cannot wait for more news,

you can head to the website,

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