27/01/2017 Newsround


27/01/2017

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We're live with all of Friday's top stories.

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Tim Peake's plans to go back into space.

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And the turtle found a long way from home.

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Today, across the world, people will be remembering the Holocaust.

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It's a chance for people to take time to think about the millions

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of Jewish people and others who were killed by Hitler and his

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When World War II broke out in 1939, Germany was run

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Hitler thought Jewish people were inferior,

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Anti-Jewish laws were passed, Jewish shops had their windows smashed,

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and Jewish people were forced out of their homes.

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The Nazis rounded up millions of Jews, as well as disabled people,

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gay people, and other groups Hitler thought were inferior,

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and sent them to prisons called concentration camps.

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Families were split up, forced to do hard physical work,

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Millions of people were deliberately killed there.

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It's thought nearly seven out of every ten Jews

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Some children did manage to escape Nazi Germany.

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Ruth was one of those who managed to escape.

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Street by street Jews were cleared, and any moment

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We opened the door to a woman from the British Embassy

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She bought the entry visa to Britain, train tickets

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to get through Germany, through Holland, and

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Heinz also managed to escape the Holocaust.

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He tried very hard to get me a trainee post and finally

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We managed to get visas for our parents and they came,

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thank God, because four days later war broke out.

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Every year, people remember those who lost their

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It helps teach us about these terrible events, and make sure

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they're not forgotten so that they can never happen again.

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You can go online to find out more about the Holocaust

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Tim Peake is going to be heading back into space!

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Tim made the announcement while showing off the capsule

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which took him up to the International Space Station, and

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And the great news is the European Space Agency and the UK

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are going to be involved in that Space Station programme until 2024,

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so that gives myself and my other classmates of 2009 a second

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opportunity to go back to the Space Station.

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Tim made history last year when he became the first person

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representing Britain to live on the International Space Station.

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During the six months he spent orbiting Earth,

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he became the first British astronaut to do a spacewalk.

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He ran a marathon up there, he even explained

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Take the cap off, turn on the fan, and the airflow keeps everything

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And also, for number two, the airflow does the same thing.

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I think he's really exciting and quite brave, because he's just

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got back and he's not seen his family for ages.

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I think it's going to be a chance for him to do whatever he didn't do

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So what should he do this time around?

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I'd like to see him do the dad challenge.

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I want to see him do a bottle flip and land it, because in space,

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because of the zero gravity, it might not land, and also it's

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Well, we know he's going back, but how will he get there?

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We know he won't be using his old space capsule,

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that's now sitting in the National Science Museum

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in London, so you can go and imagine what going into space

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Tennis now, and Venus Williams says it would be "beautiful"

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to beat her sister Serena in the Australian Open

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It'll be the ninth time the two sisters have gone up against each

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other in a big final, and the first time in eight years.

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Now, zoo staff are helping this rare sea turtle is on its way to recovery

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after it got a little bit lost last year.

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The turtle, called Menai, was found washed up on a beach

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in Wales in November, and was rescued by wildlife

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Menai is a rare Olive Ridley turtle, which are usually found in much

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That's all from me, Newsround's back right here in about half an hour.

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Secure your place at the 500 Words Final,

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BBC Radio 2's writing competition for kids with our honorary judge

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her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall.

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