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Hi, I'm Ricky,

and this is Newsround.

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Rescue teams are helping survivors

of the mudslides that have swept

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through Santa Barbara county

in southern California in the US.

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At least 17 people have died.

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Emergency crews are searching

for more than a dozen

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people who are missing.

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Heavy rains have fallen where

wildfires burned just last month.

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It caused rivers of mud

to come pouring down hills.

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Chelsea drew the first leg

of their EFL Cup semi-final

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with Arsenal 0-0 last night.

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The new video assistant referee

system was used twice -

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that's where the referee can check

on a TV screen or with a video team.

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Last night's ref used it to check

penalty decisions he'd not given.

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You can see the microphone he's

wearing while he asks an official

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to take a look and check he made

the right call.

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But he decided there

was nothing to change his mind.

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Next, a Japanese astronaut has

said sorry after wrongly

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claiming he'd grown an extra 9

centimetres in space!

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But his body has been changing.

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Here's Ayshah.

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This astronaut hit the headlines

this week after saying he had

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stretched a staggering nine

centimetres in space, that is the

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size of an average chocolate bar!

But he has now admitted to making a

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measurement mistake. He has grown

during his first and from the

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International Space Station, but

only by two centimetres. It is quite

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normal for astronauts because there

is zero gravity, which is the fourth

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here on earth that Paul's was

downwards. Without gravity, the

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bones in someone's spine can expand

and move slightly leading to a small

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change in height. It doesn't hurt,

though. But don't start thinking you

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can go up in space if you want to

get taller because it doesn't last

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forever. Eventually you'll spying

goes back to normal when you come

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back down to earth. -- your spine

goes back to normal.

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Now, we're not afraid of talking

about poo here at Newsround -

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but this is a stinky story,

even for us...

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The beautiful evening in a quaint

English village. Well, things are

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not quite as lovely as they seem,

because this lamp could soon be

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powered by to. Ryan is an inventor

and he has made a special machine to

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turn dog poop into power for lamps.

How does it work?

Lift up the

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dispenser and grab a free bag,

however many you want, then we scoop

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that into the bag and all you do is

lift up the top covering, the whole

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bag, nothing is emptied, goes in

there.

Turning the handle pushes the

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bag into the machine, whether poop

is broken down by and this produces

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methane and carbon dioxide, which

fuels the light. The lamp is a big

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hit in the village and Brian is

hoping that this machine can bring

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poop power to other parts of the

country. Looks like it wasn't such a

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pants idea after all!

I hope you were not having Coco Pops

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this morning!

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Next up, meet one of the stars

of a new BBC nature

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documentary which starts tonight.

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I've been taking a look.

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Meet the world's smallest cat.

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No, this is not a kitten, it is of

Rusty spotted cat and lives in Sri

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Lanka. They weigh little more than a

bag of sugar, around 200 times

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lighter than a lion. Almost fully

grown, this cat can sit in the palm

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of your hand, and while he might

look cute, this furry Fala is a

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pretty fierce hunter. They look

similar to their furry cousins, the

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domestic house cat, but the Rusty

spotted cousin has hardly ever been

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filmed like this before. It is one

of the stars in the BBC's new

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wildlife documentary Big Cats. Hang

on, shouldn't they have called it

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small cats?

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That is it from me for now but we

are back in half an hour, see you

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then.

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