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    Countries make laws and warnings to deter tobacco consumers.


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Today in Top Story: Countries make laws and warnings to deter tobacco consumers.

In Canada, warning labels will soon appear on individual cigarettes. Sweden is close to declaring itself “smoke free.” That would mean that daily smokers make up fewer than 5% of the population. Researchers warn that tobacco farming is increasing in Africa. Meanwhile, a growing number of people living on that continent face hunger.


WORLD Watch is the daily video current events resource from WORLD News Group. Each day, WORLD Watch delivers a newscast, a top news story, and a feature story. Top Story is a segment of what members will see in WORLD Watch.

The full WORLD Watch show is 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.