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BBC News

Trumplomacy: Has Trump made the world more dangerous?
BBC News
The world has become a more uncertain place since US President Donald Trump issued his "America First" decree in the dark and dystopian language that so alarmed allies and intrigued adversaries. But has it become more dangerous? Not if you look at what ...

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CNBC

World entering 'critical period of intensified risks' in 2018, WEF says
CNBC
Extreme weather events and natural disasters are the likeliest global risks to occur in 2018, according to experts surveyed by the World Economic Forum. WEF's latest Global Risks Report 2018, published Wednesday, showed that environmental disasters ...
The biggest risks facing the world in 2018CBS News
These Are the Biggest Risks for Businesses in 2018, According to the World Economic ForumFortune
Nuclear war, extreme weather top list of 2018 threats in global surveyUSA TODAY

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FIFA.com

Lineker: World Cup goals are an explosion of emotion
FIFA.com
Most footballers tend to evolve during their playing days. As their bodies slow down, forwards generally drop deeper, while midfielders will sometimes slot into defence. However, Gary Lineker's playing career followed a fairly consistent pattern. His ...



Aljazeera.com

Inside the world of Chinese bitcoin mining
Aljazeera.com
The country hosts some of the biggest "mining pools" in the world where clusters of supercomputers mint new bitcoins and maintain the system. Some of these supercomputers are installed in rural places close to power plants. One such area is Sichuan ...



Aljazeera.com

Iran's supreme leader: Saudis betrayed Muslim world
Aljazeera.com
According to the statement, Khamenei also accused Saudi Arabia of helping the US and the "Zionists". "This is certainly a betrayal of the Islamic Ummah and the Muslim World," he said. In another part of his speech, he said: "We're ready to act ...

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CNN

Jeddah Tower: What does the world's next tallest skyscraper look like now?
CNN
These are the images that show what will soon be known as the world's next tallest building rising from the desert. When the 3,280-feet-tall (1,000-meter-tall) Jeddah Tower, in Saudi Arabia, opens in 2020, it will knock Dubai's iconic Burj Khalifa off ...

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HuffPost

The World's Deadliest Cat Is Absolutely Adorable
HuffPost
The deadliest cat in the world isn't a lion or tiger. It's the black-footed cat, which weighs less than 5 pounds, making it one of the smallest cats in Africa, per National Geographic. A new video from the BBC's “Big Cats” series features an adorable ...



BBC Sport

BBC Sport - Under 19 World Cup: Controversial obstructing the field dismissal sparks 'spirit of cricket' debate
BBC Sport
Watch as South Africa's Jiveshan Pillay is controversially given out obstructing the field after he picked up the ball to return it to West Indies fielders during the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand - sparking a fresh debate over the "spirit of ...
Dramatic dismissal at U19 World Cupcricket.com.au
Under 19 Cricket World Cup: South Africa batsman given out obstructing the fieldThe Sydney Morning Herald
Controversy in Under-19 World Cup between Windies and South AfricaSkySports
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New York Times

Morocco Wants to Host the World Cup. Just Don't Ask for Any Details.
New York Times
CASABLANCA, Morocco — The dominant feature of Morocco's bid to stage soccer's World Cup in 2026 appears to be that no one talks about it. In contrast to the joint candidacy of the United States, Mexico and Canada — a bid announced last August atop ...

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Los Angeles Times

World Cup bid should be a lock for North America, but it's not and here's why
Los Angeles Times
The joint bid by Mexico, Canada and the U.S. to bring soccer's biggest event back to North America for the first time since 1994 is an impressive one. The three neighbors already have both the infrastructure and the know-how to put on a global event ...

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