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Washington Post

After Harvey Weinstein, women around the world are saying #MeToo
Washington Post
The group highlights a 2014 study by YouGov that ranked the safety of transit systems for women in 16 cities around the world. Bogota was the most unsafe city in the survey, while Mexico City was the worst for verbal and physical harassment with 64 ...
Sexual harassment 101: what everyone needs to knowThe Guardian

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FOXSports.com

Italy to face Sweden in World Cup playoffs
FOXSports.com
ZURICH (AP) Four-time champion Italy will have to beat Sweden in a European playoff to qualify for its 15th straight World Cup. A regular at every World Cup since 1958, the Italians were drawn Tuesday to play in Sweden in the first leg of the playoff ...
World Cup playoff draw: Italy or Sweden to miss out on Russia 2018CNN
World Cup play-off draw: Sweden face Italy, Northern Ireland get Switzerland, Denmark draw Republic of Ireland – as ...The Guardian
Italy to play Sweden, Rep of Ireland to meet Denmark in World Cup playoffESPN FC
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NPR

Why World Hunger Isn't Going Away As Fast As We'd Hoped
NPR
Rob Vos has been tracking global hunger for years, and he says until recently the mood among his fellow hunger experts was almost giddy. Since 1990 the world had made so much progress curbing hunger that, in 2015, leaders met at the United Nations ...

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The Guardian

Under-17 World Cup: Curtis Anderson seals England's penalty win over Japan
The Guardian
Manchester City's goalkeeper Curtis Anderson was the hero for England as they booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Under-17 World Cup in India after beating Japan 5-3 on penalties. After England failed to find a breakthrough during normal ...
Under-17 World Cup: England beat Japan on penalties to reach quarter-finalsBBC Sport

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Bloomberg

Why a Pub in the Middle of Nowhere Was Named the World's Best Restaurant
Bloomberg
The Black Swan at Oldstead scooped the title last week in the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Restaurants awards in the fine dining category. That is rather different and (let's face it) much less prestigious than the title handed out annually by the ...

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The Guardian

Donald Trump is ripping up the alliances that keep the world safe. We must defend them
The Guardian
Five months ago, Donald Trump's national security adviser HR McMaster penned a column attempting to persuade the world that “America first” did not mean “America alone”. Last week Trump took two decisions that landed the US in a strikingly lonely ...
Trump Defies the World on IranThe New Yorker
World leaders react to Donald Trump's speech on IranAljazeera.com
What Trump's move on Iran means for the US and the worldCNN
Financial Times
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The Week Magazine

Welcome to the post-liberal world
The Week Magazine
In last month's elections in Germany, a far-right populist party (Alternative for Germany) managed a stunning third-place showing with 12.6 percent of the vote, marking the first time since the end of World War II that such a party has won seats in the ...



The Guardian

Somalia bombing may have been revenge for botched US-led operation
The Guardian
The death toll from the bombing now stands at more than 300, making it one of the most devastating terrorist attacks anywhere in the world for many years. On Tuesday remains of victims were still being brought out of rubble spread over hundreds of ...

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Quartz

The world has its first millennial leader. And, of course, he is an anti-immigrant conservative.
Quartz
Sebastian Kurz is set to become the world's first leader from the millennial age group of those born in 1981 onwards. The 31-year-old, who led Austria's centre right People's Party to victory in the country's parliamentary election at the weekend, has ...

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The Guardian

Mr Robot creator Sam Esmail: 'The world has become unreliable'
The Guardian
“The world is so heavily influenced by technology and it has started to feel like it's not on solid ground. The world has become unreliable, unknowable. Facts are vulnerable and things you have come to rely on are no longer there. It's an overlap that ...

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