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It's Friday afternoon, Ayshah here and you're watching

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The turtle found a long way from home.

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And the kids lending a hand to move a library.

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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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Ricky's been finding out what happened and hearing from some

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When World War two broke out in 1939 Germany was run

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Hitler thought that Jewish people where inferior

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Jewish shops had their windows smashed and Jewish people

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

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people, 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, it is thought nearly

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seven out of every ten Jews from across Europe died.

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Some children did manage to escape Nazi Germany,

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Ruth was one of those who manage to escape.

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Street by street, Jews were cleared and any moment

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We opened door to a woman from the British Embassy

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who had braved the curfew, she brought the entry Visa

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to Britain, train tickets to get through Germany,

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through Holland, and the ferry to Ramsgate.

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This person also managed to escape the Holocaust.

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There was nowhere to go, no country wanted us,

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Frank my brother was in Leeds, he tried very hard to

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get me a trainee post and he finally succeeded.

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We managed to get visas for our parents and became.

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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 lives

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in the Holocaust, it helps teach us about these terrible events and make

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sure they are not forgotten so that they can never happen again.

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And go online to find out more about the Holocaust

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Prime Minister Theresa May will be the first foreign leader to meet

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President Trump. In just over half an hour they'll

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meet at the White House to talk about the relationship

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between the US and the UK. The two countries have a long

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history of being close friends. They're expected to talk about how

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they'll work together once Britain To the story of a

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pretty epic journey. This little guy took

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a wrong turn and ended up Luckily the rare turtle

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was found and now zoo staff This incredible title has been on a

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journey like no other. Last November she was discovered off the co-host

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of Anglesey in Wales. -- off the coast. These type of petals are

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normally found in warmer waters around Mexico and southern parts of

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the US will stop so, how did she end up off the coast of Wales? Thousands

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of miles away? She is being cared for at the Royal veterinary College

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in Hertfordshire. They've never seen a title like this before. She is the

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first to have been spotted in British waters since records began

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over 270 years ago. Staff caring for her noticed she was unable to stay

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under the water, but has munched our way through a lot of food. She is a

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real character, she's starting to eat very. She is eating a lot of

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calamari. These titles can swim at longer distances. But not used to

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the UK. A team of carers apply cream to her shell to stop it drying out.

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Hopefully she will soon be fit enough to be released back into the

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wild. Finally how do you move a library

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using just your hands? More than 1,200 people in Belgium

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lent a hand to move library They formed a human chain over

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a distance of 250 metres to take the books to their new home.So

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the library can begin That's all from me today,

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see you tomorrow just before 9am. Secure your place at

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the 500 Words Final, BBC Radio 2's writing competition

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for kids with our honorary judge

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