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Hockey Men's World Cup 2018: England lose 8-1 to Australia in play-off  BBC Sport

England are beaten heavily again at the Hockey Men's World Cup, losing 8-1 to Australia in the third-place play-off.


Carl Frampton goes teetotal in bid to take world title from Josh Warrington  ESPN.co.uk

Carl Frampton has not had an alcoholic drink for nearly a year and he believes it will help him win a world title again when he fights Josh Warrington at the ...


Ortega condemned for 'rule by terror' after raids in Nicaragua  The Guardian

Activists and prominent members of Latin America's left have condemned Nicaragua's increasingly authoritarian regime under President Daniel Ortega after the ...


Japan explosion: Dozens injured in Sapporo restaurant blast  BBC News

A large fire broke out after an explosion in the city of Sapporo, injuring more than 40 people.


2018 wasn't ALL bad. Here are all the good things that happened in the world.  CNN

Well 2018, we can't say you were our favorite, but we'd be ungrateful if we didn't give props to the good things you brought.


Macron's ratings fall further after month of gilets jaunes protests  The Guardian

A month of gilets jaunes, or yellow vests, protests have taken a further toll on the popularity of President Emmanuel Macron, a new poll showed on Sunday, with ...


Fifth victim of Strasbourg Christmas market shooting dies  The Guardian

The suspected attacker, Chérif Chekatt, was killed by police after two-day manhunt.


World’s nations agree on rules to implement Paris climate deal  POLITICO.eu

The deal is an elegant compromise, but falls short of bringing global warming under control.


5 stories that captured the world’s attention in 2018  ABC News

This year had no shortage of stories that grabbed headlines and captivated the world. From a royal wedding to a soccer team trapped in a cave, to a refugee ...


Indonesian Masters: Justin Rose on course to be world's number one  BBC Sport

England's Justin Rose remains on course to become world number one again as he heads into the final round of the Indonesian Masters in a tie for fourth.


Anger grows after death of Guatemalan migrant girl held in US  The Guardian

Family of girl disputes the American government's claim that she had not had food or water for days beforehand.


China: seven miners killed after skip plummets down mine shaft  The Guardian

Three others injured in incident that took place in Chongqing municipality.


Ugandan pop star MP Bobi Wine 'in hiding after police raid'  The Guardian

Wine says officers swooped on him and his supporters before planned concert.


How to make peace in a world full of hate  Fox News

We're told in the story of Christ's birth that he was sent to bring “peace on Earth” (Luke 2:14). All throughout the Old and New Testaments, God echoes his ...


SNL cold open imagines Alec Baldwin’s Trump isn’t president  Vox.com

In a sketch based on It's a Wonderful Life, Baldwin's Donald Trump visits a reality in which he was never elected.


BIS fears financial seizure at the heart of the world's clearing system  Telegraph.co.uk

The pillars of the global financial system are fundamentally unstable and could lead to a frightening chain-reaction in the next crisis, the world's top watchdog ...


HQ Trivia and Vine co-founder Colin Kroll dead at 34  BBC News

The co-founder of the popular app HQ Trivia, Colin Kroll, has been found dead in his apartment in New York at the age of 34. The CEO, who also co-founded the ...


Brussels protest over UN migration pact turns violent  BBC News

Thousands of demonstrators in Brussels have marched against a UN migration pact, signed in Marrakech last week. Flemish right-wing parties called the march, ...


Israel chides Australia's recognition of West Jerusalem as capital  The Guardian

Canberra 'mistaken' in support for Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem, minister says.


Doors are slamming shut for Huawei around the world  CNN

Huawei is coming under pressure in two more key European markets — the latest in a series of problems the Chinese company faces around the world.


World War 3 WARNING: Small ‘miscalculation’ over disputed islands could spark MAJOR crisis  Express.co.uk

A CHAIN of disputed islands in the East China Sea could provide the flashpoint for an 'uncontrollable crisis' between China and Japan, a leading think tank has ...


Marc Gisin: Skier 'continues to stabilise' after World Cup crash in Italy  BBC Sport

Swiss skier Marc Gisin remains in intensive care but "continues to stabilise" after crashing at high speed during the men's World Cup downhill race at Val ...


Hicce, London: 'A challenging, beautiful, brave new world' – restaurant review | Grace Dent  The Guardian

The name Hicce x Wolf & Badger filled me with partial dread. I say “partial”, because the front section, Hicce, is the new restaurant by Pip Lacey, ex-head chef at ...


Reforesting the world: the Australian farmer with 240m trees to his name  The Guardian

Tony Rinaudo's regeneration technique, developed in west Africa 30 years ago, has helped bring back forest over 6m hectares.


Editorial: World tosses aside lessons from history  New Zealand Herald

EDITORIAL: An anniversary went by at the weekend as quick as a man can toss a shoe.


Women Power Protest review – the art world's forgotten female figures  The Guardian

An exhibition celebrating female artists is always welcome – yet most aren't given the space here to explore issues beyond femininity.


North Korea condemns latest US sanctions  BBC News

North Korea has denounced the latest US sanctions, saying they could "block the path to denuclearisation on the Korean peninsula forever". Washington said it ...


Namibia Has the Most Spectacular Desert Landscapes in the World — Now It Has Luxury Lodges to Match  Travel+Leisure

In Namibia, the opening of three luxe new properties means a trip to this remote, visually spectacular land just became even more appealing.


How Earth's Future Could Soon Recreate a Lost World of 50 Million Years Ago  ScienceAlert

Humans have pulled too hard on our planet's strings, and now we're at a point where the global climate itself is unravelling.


The week in TV: Care; The Good Place; Billy Connolly's Ultimate World Tour; Dynasties – review  The Guardian

Jimmy McGovern adds to current miseries with a brilliantly acted social care drama. The Good Place, and Billy Connolly, counter with sheer joy.


Dean Whitehead recounts his Sunderland career in fascinating Premier League World special  Chronicle Live

The former Black Cats midfielder spent five years on Wearside and was involved in two promotion-winning sides.


Kurt Vonnegut's Unpublished World War II Scrapbook Reveals Origins of 'Slaughterhouse-Five'  Smithsonian.com

Volume features 22 letters from author to his family, photographs of the razed city of Dresden, telegrams and news clippings.


Taste The World's Best Fried Chicken Scone In Anchorage, Alaska  Forbes

Want to try the world's best fried chicken scone? Then you're going to have to head to Anchorage, Alaska, home of Fire Island Rustic Bake Shop and chef ...


Michael van Gerwen showered with beer at PDC World Championship  The Guardian

Michael van Gerwen, the world No 1, was showered with beer by a fan before his match against Alan Tabern, who he beat 3-1, at the PDC World Championship ...


How anyone can own the world…in one easy step  Motley Fool UK

As much as we like selecting only the finest companies to invest in at the Fool, there are times when it feels far safer and far easier to buy, well, pretty much ...


World War 3: Satellite images show HUNDREDS of Russian tanks massing on Ukraine border  Express.co.uk

Latest satellite imagery shows Russian defence forces assembling hundreds of tanks at a new military base near the town of Kamensk-Shakhtinksy just over 10 ...


Australia EARTHQUAKE: Huge 5.6 magnitude quake rocks coast of Western Australia  Express.co.uk

A MASSIVE 5.9 magnitude earthquake has hit Western Australia near Carnarvon this afternoon, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has reported.


How Jacinda Ardern can map a foreign policy for the progressive world to follow  The Spinoff

The PM has attracted attention because she talks – and does – politics differently. Yet there has been little debate domestically about what exactly New Zealand ...


Strasbourg: Police make public appeal in Cherif Chekatt manhunt  BBC News

French police have appealed for help in finding a man suspected of a Christmas market gun attack in Strasbourg that killed three people, and left a fourth brain ...


Brexit: The Most Boring Important Story in the World  The New York Times

Nothing ever changes. The details are mind-numbing. And it will all determine the future of the country.


Disease X: Why have scientists dedicated so much to prepare for MYSTERY disease?  Express.co.uk

DISEASE X is once again a serious consideration by many eminent scientists, as the effort to fight back against aggressive ebola outbreaks in the Democratic ...


Egypt tomb: Saqqara 'one of a kind' discovery revealed  BBC News

Archaeologists in Egypt unveil the tomb of a high priest, untouched for 4400 years.


Controversy at Miss Universe as competition stumbles in post-MeToo world  The Telegraph

It was an inauspicious start to a carefully stage-managed event which claims to “be built on a foundation of inclusion and continues to be a celebration of ...


Tackle climate or face financial crash, say world's biggest investors  The Guardian

Global investors managing $32tn issued a stark warning to governments at the UN climate summit on Monday, demanding urgent cuts in carbon emissions and ...


Obamacare: Texas court rules key health law is unconstitutional  BBC News

A federal judge in the US state of Texas has ruled that a key part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare, is unconstitutional. Twenty states ...


'Suddenly real': Colour brings new life to archival WW1 photos  BBC News

With a dose of colour, a Canadian charity has breathed new life into archival images from World War One. The Vimy Foundation pored over hundreds of old ...


Statue of 'racist' Gandhi removed from University of Ghana  The Guardian

Monument installed two years ago taken away in middle of night amid controversy over Gandhi's views about Africans.


Yellowstone volcano: The supervolcano ‘REAWAKENING’ that could be as huge as YELLOWSTONE  Express.co.uk

ITALY could be the setting for the next super-volcanic eruption according to new findings from a geological study. The volcano is based in a highly populated ...


Kurt Vonnegut’s World War II Scrapbook  The New York Times

An unpublished trove of photographs and letters the author kept while serving in the U.S. Army in Dresden provides the biographical context for his most ...


World’s first lab-grown steak revealed – but the taste needs work  The Guardian

Nascent industry aims to reduce environmental impact of beef production.


How the global trade in tear gas is booming  BBC News

In the last decade, there has been a rising use of tear gas by security forces around the world.


Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israeli capital  BBC News

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that his government will recognise West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. However, he said Australia's ...


John of God: Brazil 'faith healer' considered fugitive  BBC News

A Brazilian faith healer accused of sexually abusing more than 300 women is now considered to be a fugitive. Joao Teixeira de Faria - known as "John of God", ...


World Sport Star of the Year 2018: Voting now closed  BBC Sport

Voting to decide the winner of the BBC's World Sport Star of the Year award has now closed. The results of the award, previously known as the Overseas Sports ...


Climate secrets of the world's most remote island  BBC News

Scientists think a small volcanic rock in the South Atlantic holds an important record of Antarctic change.


Snowmass celebrates opening of Base Village, Limelight: 'It's a whole new world'  Aspen Times

A few thousand people — many who even ventured past Aspen's roundabout — swarmed to Snowmass on Saturday to celebrate the grand opening of a project ...


'Best job in the world' - The life of a Madden NFL ratings adjuster  ESPN

While doing their jobs scouting NFL players for EA Sports, Madden ratings adjusters have surprisingly become rock stars of sorts themselves.


The 100 best female footballers in the world 2018  The Guardian

Our judges have selected their top players from 2018. Click on an individual to read more about their year and find out our No 1.


Ethereum thinks it can change the world. It’s running out of time to prove it.  MIT Technology Review

The blockchain system has daunting technical problems to fix. But first, its disciples need to figure out how to govern themselves.


Togolese innovators turn the world's junk into robots  BBC News

The 500000 tonnes of e-waste that Togo imports each year has become a goldmine for its innovators.


Global food system is broken, say world’s science academies  The Guardian

Radical overhaul in farming and consumption, with less meat eating, needed to avoid hunger and climate catastrophe.


The Most Powerful Reject in the World  The New York Times

Is there anyone who wants to hang with Donald Trump?


Russian Female Handball Team Defeated, Still World's 'Most Beautiful' (PHOTOS)  Sputnik International

Their victory in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil prompted the team's coach to praise both the players' skill and beauty, as he named them the “most beautiful” ...


PDC World Darts Championship: Gary Anderson beats Kevin Burness  BBC Sport

Two-time champion Gary Anderson finishes strongly to beat debutant Kevin Burness at the PDC World Championship.


It's Patrick Reed against the world  GolfDigest.com

It should have been a triumphant year after his win at Augusta. Instead, the Masters champion faces an uncertain future largely of his own making.


World must triple efforts or face catastrophic climate change, says UN  The Guardian

Countries are failing to take the action needed to stave off the worst effects of climate change, a UN report has found, and the commitments made in the 2015 ...


England would have to 'screw up' to not win World Cup, says James Anderson  BBC Sport

England would have to "screw up" to not win the 2019 World Cup, according to fast bowler James Anderson.


Qatar unveils design for Lusail Stadium, World Cup final venue  Al Jazeera English

The 80000-capacity Lusail Stadium will be the largest of the tournament, which will kick off on 21 November 2022.


13 golfers projected to earn Masters invites through the final World Ranking of 2018  GolfDigest.com

The Masters rewards anyone in the top 50 in the year's final World Ranking with an invitation to Augusta in April.


Body of newborn baby found on Irish beach  The Guardian

Gardaí in Dublin have concerns about mother's wellbeing and ask her to come forward.


Tour de Yorkshire 2019 will include World Road Race circuit  BBC Sport

The 2019 men's and women's Tour de Yorkshire will include the circuit being used for next year's World Championship Road Races in Harrogate.


Beijing Could Choke The World Or Save It  Foreign Policy

While ministers from all over the world gathered in Poland for the annual U.N. climate summit in Katowice, the most fateful decisions on climate were being taken ...


Take Five: Feeling Fed up again? World markets themes for the week...  Reuters

Following are five big themes likely to dominate thinking of investors and traders in the coming week and the Reuters stories related to them.


Spend the night in the world's tallest treehouses  CNN

At a height of 30-40 meters above ground, these eight treehouses in the Laos jungle are the tallest in the world. The only way to access them is on one of the ...


Group led by Thomas Piketty presents plan for ‘a fairer Europe’  The Guardian

Manifesto by progressive Europeans calls for €800bn of levies to tackle inequality, disillusionment, climate change and migration.


Volcano WARNING: Naples supervolcano showing 'signs' of possible 'Vesuvian-style eruption'  Express.co.uk

The volcano, which is located in the highly-populated Italian city of Naples, could at some point in the “foreseeable future” have a Vesuvian-style eruption, ...


Yellow vest protest in Paris sees police detain hundreds  BBC News

Police in Paris have fired rubber bullets and tear gas as a fourth weekend of anti-government protests across France turned violent. Almost 1,000 people have ...


Real Madrid news: Marcelo says his side miss 'best in the world' Ronaldo  Goal.com

Real Madrid full-back Marcelo admitted the La Liga giants miss Cristiano Ronaldo, but said that should be expected.


Sir David Attenborough: Climate change 'our greatest threat'  BBC News

The naturalist Sir David Attenborough has said climate change is humanity's greatest threat in thousands of years. The broadcaster said it could lead to the ...


Camille Herron just ran the world’s fastest 24-hour race  Quartz

Camille Herron is the world champion after running 162.9 miles in 24 hours.


Why the world is becoming more allergic to food  BBC News

Around the world, children are far more likely than ever before to develop food allergies. Recent inquiries into the deaths of two British teenagers after eating ...


The World, His Wife And the dog! They all knew about the Newcastle United takeover but just decided not to tell us.... | NUFC  The Mag

My question to them on the Newcastle United takeover is...where were you with these stories a few weeks ago?


Earthquakes today: Indonesia ROCKED by 6.1 quake - is there a tsunami warning?  Express.co.uk

INDONESIA has been struck by powerful earthquakes today near the city of Abepura, one of the most populous in the Papua province. Is there a tsunami ...


John Chau’s Death on North Sentinel Island Roils the Missionary World  The New Yorker

Eliza Griswold on the death of Christian missionary John Chau, who was killed last month while breaking the law in order to preach to indigenous people on ...


World Judo Masters ends in glory for Japan  Euronews English

The season-ending World Judo Masters 2018 concluded on Sunday with the heavyweight titans of judo's elite reinforcing their credentials while new stars were ...


Strange earthquake waves rippled around Earth, and nobody knows why  National Geographic

Instruments picked up the seismic waves more than 10000 miles away—but bizarrely, nobody felt them.


A glimmer of hope for the world's coral reefs: The future of the world's coral reefs is uncertain, as the impact of global heating continues to escalate  Science Daily

Date: December 10, 2018; Source: ARC Centre of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies; Summary: The future of the world's coral reefs is uncertain, as the impact of ...


The women killed on one day around the world  BBC News

An average of 137 women across the world are killed by a partner or family member every day, according to new data released by the United Nations Office on ...


Shenzhen's silent revolution: world's first fully electric bus fleet quietens Chinese megacity  The Guardian

All 16000 buses in the fast-growing Chinese megacity are now electric, and soon all 22000 taxis will be too.


World's indifference to sexual violence must end: Nobel laureates  Al Jazeera English

The 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winners urge the international community to do more to end the use of rape as a war weapon.


Where World War One finally ended  BBC News

A fortnight after Europe marked the 100th anniversary of the armistice that brought World War One to a close, Africa is holding its own ceremonies this weekend.


Revealed: faulty medical implants harm patients around world  The Guardian

The Implant Files investigation reveals damage caused by poor regulation and lax testing rules.


Climate change: Last four years are 'world's hottest'  BBC News

The year 2018 is on course to be the fourth warmest on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization. It says that the global average temperature ...


Pocket Rocketman Azizul wins keirin silver at UCI Track World Cup - Nation  The Star Online

PETALING JAYA: Azizulhasni Awang continues to impress at the highest level of track cycling.


Modric criticises Ballon d'Or gala snub by Messi, Ronaldo  SBS - The World Game

Ballon d'Or winner Luka Modric has criticised Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for choosing not to attend this month's ceremony where he was given the...


Macron scraps fuel tax rise in face of gilets jaunes protests  The Guardian

French government drops measure from budget after weeks of protests that left parts of Paris in flames.


Christmas editorial, 1944: 'we need a new Europe, democratic, prosperous, progressive'  The Guardian

23 December 1944: With the sixth Christmas of the war surely being the last, our aim should not be merely peace, but the reconstruction of Western civilisation.


Inside one of the world's biggest container ports  CNN

Hong Kong has one of the world's busiest container ports. A floating tour is a superb way for visitors to explore this vast maritime landscape.


'Hi-tech robot' at Russia forum turns out to be man in suit  The Guardian

State television praised the 'modern' tech despite photos revealing actor in costume.


The fall of Sears: From the world's leading retailer to bankruptcy  CBS News

At its peak, it was the biggest retailer in the world, and its catalog proved the company could be a disruptive innovator; today it's mired in bankruptcy.