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Los Angeles Times

World leaders take aim at climate change and Trump
Los Angeles Times
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, one of the world's wealthiest people, said his philanthropic foundation would pledge $300 million to help poor farmers in developing countries protect themselves from the devastation expected from climate change over the ...
Macron: World is losing battle against climate changeAljazeera.com
World Bank to end financial support for oil and gas explorationThe Guardian
World 'losing battle' to curb climate change, warns MacronTelegraph.co.uk
World Bank Group -USA TODAY -New York Post
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New York Times

In Spending Spree, European Mall Operator Bets on Westfield
New York Times
For Unibail-Rodamco, which is based in France and has a bevy of glitzy shopping centers across Europe, including Le Forum Des Halles in Paris, the deal means a significant foothold in the United States — one defined by a number of trophy mall ...

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AL.com

Alabama Senate election: Roy Moore faces verdict of voters
BBC News
On Tuesday, the world's press were waiting as he emerged on horseback from woodland to a ballot station. He said people should "go out and vote their conscience". Making his final pitch on election eve, Mr Moore reiterated his denials, again ...
The world is watching Alabama; what does it see?AL.com
Turbulent US Senate race now in hands of Alabama votersCBC.ca

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Aljazeera.com

Qatar: World Cup allegations part of smear campaign
Aljazeera.com
Geneva - Qatar's attorney-general has refuted new allegations of corruption against the Gulf country over its award of the 2022 World Football Cup. Ali bin Fetais Al Marri told reporters in Switzerland the latest media reports alleging Qatar had bribed ...

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Reader's Digest

This Is the Most Expensive McDonald's in the World
Reader's Digest
That's right, according to the New York Daily News, Norway has the highest average McDonald's meal price in the world, with an average transaction of $23 USD equivalent. However, this isn't due to old Ronald McDonald having some sort of Norwegian bias ...

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Mashable

Bitcoin's mastermind could be the world's first trillionaire
Mashable
Bitcoin's price would have to be a little over $1 million per coin for Satoshi to become the world's first trillionaire. It's a crazy figure but one that has been thrown around before, for example, by hedge fund manager James Altucher. And Cameron ...

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Sky News

Inside the Secret World of Football in North Korea
Bleacher Report
There was an unexpected last-minute capitulation against the Philippines in their final 2018 World Cup qualifier. The Chollima were leading 2-1 with six minutes to go and guaranteed a spot in the final round. But they conceded twice late, meaning that ...
World faces 'last best chance' to avoid war with North Korea, US general warnsSky News
China building network of refugee camps along border with North KoreaThe Guardian

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PC Gamer

What we want to see in Monster Hunter: World on PC
PC Gamer
With the recent PS4 beta, we finally got to spend some much-needed hands-on time with Monster Hunter: World, which is slated to hit PC early- to mid-2018. Steven and I thoroughly enjoyed the hours we put into the beta and came away hungry for more, but ...
'Monster Hunter World': Best To Date, But Still UnwelcomingRollingStone.com

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Deadspin

Report: Yu Darvish Tipped His Pitches In The World Series
Deadspin
Remember how awful Dodgers starter Yu Darvish was in the World Series? He only made it through 10 outs in two starts. He allowed nine hits, eight earned runs, and two homers. He sucked big-time! Now, thanks to Sports Illustrated's Tom Verducci, we know ...
This Is How Yu Darvish Was Tipping His Pitches in the World SeriesSports Illustrated
How Yu Darvish tipped pitches during World SeriesYahoo Sports
Report: Darvish tipped his pitches during World SeriesSportsnet.ca

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Gizmodo

How Our Bodies Sense the World is Misunderstood
Gizmodo
Some tastes aren't conserved by evolution when a species no longer needs them, explained DeSalle. And you might think we lag behind dogs when it comes to our sense of smell, but we're actually quite adept smellers if we learn to train ourselves. Other ...


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