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Hi, I'm Martin and this is Newsround.

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First, American President Donald Trump has accused the newspapers

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and TV news of being untruthful over the number of people

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Mr Trump said "it looked like" 1.5 million people had been

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there when he spoke at the US Capital Washington on Friday.

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However photographs appear to show that not as many people attended

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as did for Barack Obama back in 2009.

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Millions of protestors took to the streets yesterday to march

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against the new President Donald Trump.

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They were marching to show their support for women's and gay rights,

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which protestors think will be under threat from the new President.

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We took a look at some of the marches to find out more.

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London, Mexico, Australia and America. More than 600 marchers took

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place across world yesterday in support of women's rights. It is as

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committed more than half and people turned up in America's capital DC

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alone. In the past president trumpet said some very rude things about

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women which celebrities and many people disagreed about. It is

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thought the many people who march will get their messages across. --

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it is hoped. Last week everyone was talking

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about Brexit, which is when the UK will leave a club of countries

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called the European Union. Lots of words were used

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which I didn't understand so here's If you've been watching

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the news lately you will Brexit.

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Control. Immigration.

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Article 50. Exiting the EU.

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No, it's not the name of a new breakfast cereal.

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It's simply two words put together, "Britain" and "exit".

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Last year, adults in the UK voted to leave the European Union,

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which is a bit like a club, only this club is made up of 28

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The UK has been part of it for more than 40 years,

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but most people who voted thought it would be better for decisions to be

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By activating something called Article 50.

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Think of it is a giant red button - once it's been pressed,

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the process to leave the European Union

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It's not really a red button, though, but it is very important.

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Leaving the EU won't happen overnight.

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Loads of things need to be discussed, for example how do

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we live and work with all the other countries in Europe once

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Two of the biggest issues being talked about are immigration

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The first one, immigration, that's when people move

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to a different country to live and work.

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At the moment, people who are from the EU have the right

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The Prime Minister says she wants more control over our borders

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to limit the number of people coming to live here from overseas.

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That means she's made a big decision on Britain's place

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At the moment the UK is part of the single market,

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which makes it easier for countries in the European Union

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There are rules that everyone in the single market

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needs to sign up to - one of those is that people

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from the European Union have the right to come and live

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Theresa May says the voters made it clear they did not want the EU

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to make those rules, so Britain will be leaving

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That means the UK has to make decisions about how

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we buy and sell things not just with Europe,

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What better way to finish the programme than with this

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week's Strange, Stranger, Strangest...?

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We treat you with some horse boarding and since usually cute

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ponies. -- some seriously cute ponies.

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Check out this massive alligator captured on camera going for a

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stroll at a nature reserve in Florida.

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Experts think the alligator is over four metres long, about the

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Are you a fan of winter sports, like skiing, snowboarding,

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These guys in Russia have tied rope to their

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horses and used a snowboard to whizz along in the snow at high speeds.

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Better leave this to the professionals, though, it is Snow

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Finally, an American football game where poppies are the players.

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More than 80 pups from animal shelters in America

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took part in the game, film as an alternative

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There are even rescue rabbits and guinea pigs cheerleaders.

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Let's hope it doesn't get a bit too ruff!

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Newsround's back tomorrow with Ayshah.

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All right, Cockers, I'm a little dog from Wigan.

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Can you guess who that was an impression of?

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