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see the game. We also meet you too's

bigger sensation who shows up some

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skills to John Farnworth. All that

and more on Saturday. See you.

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Hi, I'm Ricky with everything you

need to know this Friday morning.

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First to something loads of you were

outraged about last year.

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The moment when Northern Ireland

crashed out of their World Cup

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play-off against Switzerland.

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This is what some of you had to say.

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The referee, not sure about that.

The referee is blind. It should not

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been a penalty.

It should never have

a rare penalty.

That referee wasn't

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the referee, really.

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Well,

now the referee who awarded that

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controversial penalty has admitted,

he made a mistake.

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Ovidiu Hategan, ruled

Northern Ireland's Corry Evans

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blocked a shot, with his arm

during the first leg,

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despite showing the ball struck

the player's shoulder.

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Micahel O'Neill's side went

on to lose the match 1-nil,

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ending their hopes of reaching

a world cup for the first

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time in 32 years.

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The ref will not be used

at the World Cup in Russia.

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Next, US President Donald Trump

was meant to visit the UK next month

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to open the US embassy in London.

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But he now he says he's not coming!

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The President tweeted

to say it's because he's not a "big

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fan" of a new US embassy building,

which was agreed by the last

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President Barack Obama.

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The building cost one billion

dollars, which Trump is angry about,

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because he says it's a "bad

deal" for America.

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But the President is likely

to still come to the UK

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on an official state visit later

in the year.

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And of course you can

head to newsround online

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to get more on that.

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Next, imagine living in a place

where the cities grow so fast that

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there's no room to build houses

on land any more...

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so people have to live on the water.

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We've met one boy in Nigeria

who does just that...

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and goes to school by boat.

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Here's his story.

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Emmanuelle is 12. Like most is a she

gets up and goes to school. But his

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journey is a little bit different.

I

have to go by boats. It is thought

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that we drive.

We cannot pass on

land. His brushes his teeth outside

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and the shower has no drain. That's

because he lives in the world's

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biggest village built on water.

Why

I live on what is because my father

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used to fish. My mother goes to

market and sells it. That is why we

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live on water.

His home is a fishing

village so the fishermen can be

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neither water if they live on the

shore, but because the city is

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growing so fast, there isn't any

space left on land, so they started

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building on the water. His primary

school is on a small piece of land.

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When the water level is really high,

kids in the ground floor classroom

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often end up with wet feet.

If you

go to school you can become a

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doctor, a lawyer or an engineer. I

will make sure he becomes one.

There

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is not much room to play outside saw

Emmanuelle is often indoors and

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enjoys drawing.

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enjoys drawing. He is hoping that

one day he will be able to live on

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the mainland so he can play football

without getting wet feet.

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Finally, we love investigating

your BIG questions.

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Here's what you wanted

to know this week...

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My name is Bill I work on dinosaurs.

Wouldn't be greater dinosaurs could

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be brought back to life? There are

people trying to get mammoths back

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and that looks like it might work,

but dinosaurs are harder because

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they are a lot older. At least 65

million years and what we need to do

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is to get DNA, which is the building

blocks of life, from a dinosaur.

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That might be really difficult. Then

you would have to cross that was

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some sort of living creature that

could give birth to a dinosaur. I

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think that will be difficult, too.

So at the moment green dinosaur back

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is just science fiction. But who

knows, maybe in the future that is

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something we can do.

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That's it for now.

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We're back at 8.20.

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