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World Watch News in 3
News Bytes 06/25/2020 12 Comments

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WORLD Watch News in 3 is the newest current events resource from WORLD News Group. Each day, it delivers a lively three-minute roundup of top news headlines. News in 3 is a preview of WORLD Watch, coming in August.

WORLD Watch will be a daily, 10-minute current events program for teens that delivers headline news, in-depth feature stories, and thoughtful perspective to help students develop critical thinking skills and discernment.

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I would be scared if I saw a

I would be scared if I saw a shark in the water while I was in the water as well, but I still think sharks are cool. Also, for those of you who are allowed on Youtube, since the link doesn't work you can just search "World Watch News in 3" and it'll be the first one to pop up. It was for me, anyway.

Oops, never mind, the link

Oops, never mind, the link works now. Sorry!

@ Lena P

I just watched it on Vimeo. I'd post the link, but I can't on this Kindle Fire.

@ Everyone

Has anyone noticed that the videos are always more like four minutes long, not three?

This is Mylee

Kn. Ya I noticed that too also I thought that world teen only does world watch on fridays. The government thing didn’t make sense.I would love one of Segway things but to bad it is going off the market. I don’t have a hoverboard but would love one .those roller shoes look cool.it is kinda funny about the Eiffel Tower because that was one of our news bites.i hate sharks I would be totally scared if I were those surfers.

This is London

They jaws music was perfect for that scene they way they swim away tho I would be sooooo scared. I don’t have a hover board either I would prob break my leg from it lol

New Orleans

I'm going to New Orleans on sunday .

I would be terrified if I was

I would be terrified if I was out in the water and saw a shark. I have been on a hoverboard before and took a big number of falls.

The new judge thing was a

The new judge thing was a little over my head, but yeah, I think that shark would be a little, ok maybe a lot scary. Did you see how fast they started paddling away?!?! I would! I rode a segway a LONG time ago, but I was not a big fan of it. I don't really know what a hover board is, but those roller shoes looked interesting. I have roller blades and LOVE rollerblading. I am glad that the Eiffel tower is opening up! That guy seemed really excited to start letting people in again!

Also, I have noticed that

Also, I have noticed that they are like 4 min. But you have to count for the music intro and where he is talking at the end.

@Treion H

have a safe trip! I'll pray for your safe travels!

@ KN

yeah LOL :)

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