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Financial Times

When in Europe, the world is still your oyster
Financial Times
A bionic heron's head. A winged pencil with a slightly broken nib. God's dart. All that is left of Concorde is the astonishing image of it, and the challenge of doing it justice in words. Forty years ago last Wednesday, the real thing made its first ...



The Guardian

Australia 54-6 Fiji: Rugby League World Cup 2017 semi-final – as it happened
The Guardian
They got a try, which is more than most teams managed, and very nearly had two, but they were simply outclassed by the world's best team. Holmes to score seven in the final? It sounds almost as ridiculous as scoring 11 in a week. Thanks for joining me, ...
Rugby League World Cup: Australia thrash Fiji 54-6 to reach World Cup finalBBC Sport
Rugby League World Cup: Australia beats Fiji 54-6 at Lang Park to cruise into the finalABC Online
Australia smashes Fiji in Rugby League World Cup semi-finalNEWS.com.au
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ESPN FC

Peru federation 'calm' over potential risk of World Cup expulsion
ESPN FC
Peru Football Federation (FPF) president Edwin Oviedo has said there is no danger of the national team losing their World Cup spot. Oviedo's reassurance comes after newspaper Libero reported that Peru's place could be in jeopardy following a bill ...
FIFA reminds World Cup-bound Peru about government meddlingFOXSports.com
World Cup: Fifa 'monitoring' Peru law proposalBBC Sport
Italy dream of incredible World Cup lifeline as Peru face the bootSBS - The World Game

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The Guardian

Tonga the last obstacle to England's first World Cup final in 22 years
The Guardian
James Roby is succinct and to the point when asked for his memories of England's last World Cup semi-final four years ago: “Heartbreaking.” At 5am UK time on Saturday, Wayne Bennett's side will aim to reach the final for the first time since 1995 when ...

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Bloomberg

Russia Welcomes Sudan Leader Wanted for Genocide by World Court
Bloomberg
Vladmir Putin, left, shakes hands with Umar al-Bashir during a meeting in Sochi on Nov. 23, 2017. Photographer: Mikhail Klimentyev/AFP via Getty Images. Russia warmly welcomed relations with Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir, who's wanted for crimes ...
Russia's World Cup: a Putin own goal?Financial Times

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Bloomberg

World's Biggest Wealth Fund Turns Attention to Fashion Houses
Bloomberg
Together with UNICEF, the world's biggest wealth fund is setting up a network with some of the top fashion companies to improve children's rights, whether they are exploited in the production of garments and shoes or impacted by the industry in other ways.

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The Guardian

Egypt attack: More than 230 killed in Sinai mosque
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Militants have launched a bomb and gun attack on a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai province, killing 235 people, state media say. Witnesses say the al-Rawda mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed, near al-Arish, was targeted during Friday prayers. It is the ...
Egypt mosque attack: death toll raised to 235The Guardian
Egypt mosque attack leaves at least 200 dead, 130 woundedFox News

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The Guardian

Emmerson Mnangagwa promises 'free and fair' elections in Zimbabwe
The Guardian
Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as the third president of Zimbabwe since the country gained independence in 1980, taking the oath of office in front of 70,000 people in Harare's main sports stadium. Mnangagwa raised a loud cheer when he ...
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa takes power and vows to serve all citizensBBC News
Robert Mugabe resigns: World reactionAljazeera.com
Robert Mugabe, world's oldest leader, finally resigns one week after coupNBCNews.com
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New York Times

Blast From the Past: The Current Political World Mirrors 2009
New York Times
And in Massachusetts, they were seeing convincing evidence of a sea change in the political world. Mr. Brown, a Republican state senator at the time, was showing real strength in the race to replace Senator Edward M. Kennedy, whose seat was left vacant ...

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The Independent

The best country in the world to live and work, according to expats
The Independent
The reputations of the US and UK as good places to live and work are in free fall among some of the world's most mobile and cosmopolitan people. Since last year's presidential and Brexit votes, both the US and Britain are perceived as less friendly to ...


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