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NBC Sports 16 May 2020

Usain Bolt gets caught by Tyson Gay in 2007 World Championships

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Usain Bolt would someday smash the 200 meter world record, but in 2007 he was run down by American Tyson Gay in the World Championships


Ryan Bailey holds off Usain Bolt on the anchor leg, allowing Team USA to come away with an upset win over the Jamaicans at the 2015 IAAF World Relays in the 4x100
Bolton in Greater Manchester is one of the areas where tighter restrictions have been imposed, including a ban on being in other people's homes.

Pubs, bars and restaurants there can offer take-away or delivery only and venues have been forced to close at 10pm.

Infection rates are still high there but the rate has started to come down.

Meanwhile new tighter restrictions have come into force in Wales, while in Scotland more than 1.5 million people are living in areas with tougher health guidelines.

At Westminster the Chancellor Rishi Sunak is considering how to respond to the new surge in the virus and tougher restrictions. The Treasury is now considering whether to continue some support measures that were due to end.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Ed Thomas in Bolton, Hywel Griffith in Wales, Scotland editor Sarah Smith, Northern Ireland correspondent Emma Vardy and economics editor Faisal Islam.
At least 17 young people have been killed by armed groups in a 24-hour period in Colombia.
It is one of the most violent days since the signing of a peace deal in 2016 and comes after weeks of increased unrest across the country.
In a press release, the United Nations Mission in Colombia says they have already documented 33 massacres since the beginning of the year.

Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bogota, Colombia.
Three years ago, a brutal crackdown by the Myanmar army left thousands of Rohingya Muslims dead, and forced a mass exodus across the border to Bangladesh.

Over a million Rohingya people now live in the world's largest refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Every year 20,000 children are born there. They have little hope of going to Myanmar, where most are denied citizenship and other rights.

This is the story of three-year-old Nayeem, who dreams of seeing the ocean.

Video Journalist: Shahnewaz Rocky

Edited by: Kevin Kim and Shahnewaz Rocky

Produced by: Rebecca Henschke and Bruno Garcez

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