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Hi, I'm Martin, it's Sunday, and here's what's going
on around the world today.
The raccoons who chose life on the road.
And Wayne Rooney becomes United's top goal scorer of all time.
First American President Donald Trump has accused the newspapers
and TV news of being untruthful over the number of people
at his inauguration last Friday.
Mr Trump said it looked like 1.5 million people had been
there when he spoke at the US Capital on Friday.
However, photographs appear to show that not as many people attended
as did for Barack Obama back in 2008.
Millions of protestors took to the streets yesterday to march
against the new president Donald Trump.
They were marching to show their support for gender
equality and gay rights, which protestors think will be under
threat from the new president.
More than 600 marches took place all over the world,
with the biggest in America's capital Washington DC, where around
half a million people turned up.
And on the tennis courts, a shock exit for world number one
Andy Murray from the Australian Open.
He lost out to German player Mischa Zverev,
who will now go on to play against Roger Federer or Japanese
player Kei Nishikori in the quarter finals.
This is the earliest Murray has left the Australian Opens since 2009.
Obviously a tough match, hard conditions.
It was hotter clear.
Mischa came out with great stuff, he plays a game style that,
you know, not many players play these days.
He played extremely well, especially at the end of the match.
He came out with some great stuff, good volleys and pick-ups.
Reflexes, you know, he was really good up there.
So, you know, he deserved to win.
A tough one to lose.
Footie next, and Wayne Rooney has become Manchester United's all time
leading goal scorer.
The England Striker scored that absolute belter in injury-time
to equalise against Stoke yesterday, which was his 250th for United,
breaking Sir Bobby Charlton's 44-year-old record.
Finally, we all love a road trip, whether we're heading of too see
Gran or off on holiday but it seems some baby racoons took road
trips a step too far.
The five babies were born in a truck in Florida in the United States
and the vehicle was then driven to California.
The driver only noticed his little stowaways four days later.
The animals are now being looked after at a local zoo
until a permanent home can be found.
That's all from me, Newsround's back just after 12:15.
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