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Tiny Bytes: Nike introduces sports Hijabs, Barca's win over PSG and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of the top news for little minds.

Nike introduces sports Hijabs

Nike, has become the first international sporting company to make a Hijab for women. The Hijab is a head piece that muslim women wear for religious reasons. A hijab for sports is made of a lighter material that doesn’t get untucked during active physical activity.

Armed thieves pose as police

Armed thieves dressed up as policemen, carried out a robbery at an airport in Johannesburg in South Africa. Sounds like the stuff of movies, doesn’t it?

FC Barcelona stages unbelievable come back

Barcelona completed one of the most extraordinary comebacks in European football history to knock Paris St Germain out of the Champions League on Wednesday with a 6-1 victory that rewrote the record books. Read more

5 year old qualifies for spelling bee

There is a very famous Spelling Bee called the Scripps Spelling Bee. In a regional competition this year, a 5 year old girl named Edith Fuller became the youngest to ever qualify.

Water turns pink in Canadian town

In most places in the world, water goes through a treatment plant where it’s cleaned and purified, and made good enough for drinking. In Onoway in Canada, too much potassium permanganate was used during treatment which turned the water pink. Safe to drink, but pink!

That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening. I hope you’ll watch out for me at 5 pm tomorrow too. Remember, it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.

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