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Hi, Ricky here with your Newsround

hit this Saturday morning.

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And first up, imagine living

in darkness for more than a month.

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Well, for people living

in Murmansk in Northern Russia,

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that is the norm.

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But this week, the sun has

finally risen after 40 days

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of pitch black skies.

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The sunrise attracted large crowds

who gathered on hilltops.

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The first daylight of

the year doesn't last long,

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with the sun disappearing again

after half an hour.

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The city is so far north that people

there live in continuous darkness

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from the beginning of December

all the way through

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to early January.

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Now, some freaky space news,

because scientists have made

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a discovery about black holes

and how they eat and burp -

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just like humans!

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Martin has got more...

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And I should warn you,

there's some pretty gross burps

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sounds in this one.

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BURP!

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Rude!

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Turns out black holes

have bad table manners.

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Imagine someone having dinner

and the eating and burping.

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They are so gross that the old burp

stink is still in the air

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while they keep eating and then

they burp again.

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But scientists have found that's

what a black hole does, too.

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A black hole is a place in space

where gravity pulls so much that

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even light cannot get out.

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When cosmic gas comes near it,

it gets sucked in and then some

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energy is released back out,

just like a burp.

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BURP!

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That's nasty.

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BURP!

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OK, enough.

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Head online for loads more top

stories and to find out what pet

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cats across the UK have been

watching on TV this week.

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History has been made

in Saudi Arabia after women

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were allowed into a stadium,

to watch a football match,

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for the very first time yesterday.

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Around 300 women flocked to

the Pearl stadium in Jeddah to watch

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the Saudi Premier League game.

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They had to enter via a special

gate and sit in seats

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reserved for familes.

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Spare a thought for the fans

supporting Al Batin though,

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their team lost 5-nil.

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Check out these incredible pictures

of snow falling in Japan.

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Weather experts there say

the snowfall has broken records

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in parts of Northern and Japan.

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Some areas has had eight times

the average snowfall

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for this time of year.

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More than 400 passengers

were stranded on a train...

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that got caught in the heavy snow.

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Finally, meet the latest recruit

at a museum in the US.

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Riley is a sniffer dog

with a difference.

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The pup is being trained to sniff

out bugs and other critters that

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could potentially damage valuable

artwork and textiles.

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He's the first of his kind

and museum managers say

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if he does a good job,

he'll be paid in treats

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and squeaky toys.

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That's it for now.

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Enjoy your morning.

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