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Hi, I'm Martin and

this is Newsround.

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First up to Russia -

where people have voted

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to keep their president for another

six years, but not everyone

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is happy with the result.

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You might have heard of this man.

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President Vladimir Putin.

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He has ruled Russia for nearly 20

years and he's one of the most

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important world leaders.

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He used to be a spy and often likes

to show off how strong he is.

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People in Russia have just voted

to keep him in charge

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from another six years.

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He won more than 75%

of the votes, so you might

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think he's popular there.

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But not everyone is

happy with the result.

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Some think the election was unfair.

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There are claims that some

of the votes for President Putin

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weren't real, that his supporters

made them up and put them

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in boxes to be counted.

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He was up against seven other people

but one important challenger wasn't

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allowed to stand for president.

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In some areas, voters were tempted

to the polls with food,

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music and even small presents.

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Some world leaders have

congratulated Putin for his win

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but other countries,

which are more difficult

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relationship with Russia, haven't.

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Next, we've been travelling

around the UK hearing some

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of your amazing real life stories.

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Today, we're hearing from Daniel

and Sabrina who managed to do

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something incredible,

all thanks to learning first aid.

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I came home and phoned my

grandmother unconscious.

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I feel really happy that I've

saved someone who I love.

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In July, after school,

on the last day, we came upstairs

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to say hello to our grandmother.

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Straightaway we saw

her on the floor.

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We saw that she couldn't breathe

so we opened up her airway,

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we put her in the recovery position.

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I was seeing if she wasn't choking

on her tongue or anything,

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or anything was blocking her throat.

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I was worried.

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I didn't know if I

was doing it right.

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I was a bit calm, all because of

Cub Scouts, I knew what to do.

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When the paramedics came,

they were shocked on who put

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them in this position,

and their words were

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that we are diamonds.

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I found it quite easy to learn

because all you had to do

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is move her arms and legs

and open up airways.

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Afterwards, we got to meet Prince

Harry because what of we've done.

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I didn't know who he was before.

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Prince Harry was quite amazed

about what we had done.

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I think more children should learn

first aid because you don't know

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when someone's going to collapse,

fall unconscious

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or maybe even faint.

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Next, meet Louis the gorilla.

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Most gorillas like to move

around by leaning forward

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and using their hands to walk with,

but not Louis.

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His keepers say whenever

he has his hands full he walks

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in an upright position

to keep his snacks clean.

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Although some gorillas do this

for a couple of seconds Louis

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is happy wandering on two feet

like a human.

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Next, there's been a lot

of aaaawwing in the Newsround

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office over these guys.

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I've been finding out why these

dachshunds are dashing around.

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Come on, time for walkies!

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Hang on, that's more

than I was expecting.

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Almost 1,000 tiny sausage dogs

and their owners got together

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in Greenwich Park in London.

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The walk was to celebrate

the dachshund breed

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and because it was a bit nippy

lots of them were wrapped up.

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Nice coat.

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Nice dress!

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It was the third sausage walk.

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Now that's a lot of pawsome pooches!

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OK, that's not great.

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This guy is definitely

better than me.

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Justice Osei discovered

he had the unusual talent

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of copying animal noises.

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He can do about 50

different species.

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And is trying to get a world record.

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That's it from me.

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We'll be back tomorrow at 7.40.

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bye.

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