How Pokémon Go has swept the globe
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The highs and lows of global craze Pokémon Go

One week after the Pokémon Go game was officially released in the UK, the monster-catching craze has swept the nation.

In the augmented reality game, players travel around the real world to capture and train creatures known as Pokemon - the most famous of which is Pikachu.

But its release has triggered warnings from police that the safety of gamers, including children, is at risk.

The Victoria Derbyshire programme looks at the highlights and lowlights of Pokémon Go so far.

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