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Poll shows US tumbling in world's regard under Trump
Washington Post
It is perhaps unsurprising that a man who campaigned on a pledge to put American interests first would generate backlash in other parts of the world. Nor is it surprising that the negative reaction would carry over to opinions about the United States ...
Three-quarters of world has little or no confidence in Trump, Pew study findsThe Guardian
US Image Suffers as Publics Around World Question Trump's LeadershipPew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project
Trump causes 'major' shift in global view of US: PewBBC News
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Florida takes Game 1 in a CWS battle of familiar foes
Florida players celebrate after winning the pivotal Game 1 of the College World Series finals. AP Photo/Matt Ryerson. In fact, it's right on script for an epic Wednesday finale -- if needed -- with LSU ace Alex Lange, the Cubs' recent first-round draft ...
Florida-LSU: Gators take College World Series championship Game 1 as Singer makes
Rabalais: LSU's situation 'serious but not hopeless' as College World Series Game 2 vs. Florida up nextThe Advocate
LSU and Florida Advance to College World Series FinalsNew York Times -HERO Sports
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How Harry Potter changed the world
The result is purely pleasurable to read at any age: The puzzlebox mystery plotting keeps the pages turning propulsively forward, the fantastic mythology gives the world scope and magic and joy, and the boarding school structure makes the characters ...
Harry Potter: How the boy wizard enchanted the worldBBC News

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How Apple's iPhone changed the world: 10 years in 10 charts
While it's called the iPhone, it's that last part — the internet device — that has had the biggest effect on the world. That's most obvious in this Ericsson chart showing the usage of mobile voice — relatively steady growth — and exploding mobile ...

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Report: Jeff Van Gundy to coach US Basketball World Cup qualifying team
The U.S., a member of the 15-team Americas qualifying zone, will seek to grab one of seven berths for the World Cup using professional players who do not compete in the NBA. The U.S. will play a six-game schedule under Van Gundy beginning on Nov.
Report: Jeff Van Gundy will coach Team USA World Cup Qualifying
Sources: Jeff Van Gundy to coach US in World Cup qualifyingYahoo Sports

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World Cup corruption claims: Leaked FIFA report details to be published
Bild also suggests three FIFA executive members were flown to a party in Rio de Janeiro in a private jet belonging to the Qatar FA before the vote for who would host the 2018 and 2022 World Cup finals more than six years ago. The Aspire Academy, an ...
World Cup 2022: Claims of corruption in Qatar bid published in GermanyBBC Sport
FIFA leak hits Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid with claims a £1.6m payment was made to official's 10-year-old daughterDaily Mail
Explosive corruption allegations rock Qatar's winning World Cup

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Secret World Legends Lets The Game's Story Shine
Secret World Legends launches today, a free-to-play reimagining of Funcom's 2012 Lovecraftian MMO The Secret World. Secret World Legends streamlines a lot of the game's core systems to make it more action-oriented and player-friendly. These changes ...

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Business Insider

16 breathtaking photos of Eid celebrations around the world
Business Insider
From June 25 to 26, the world's Muslim community celebrated Eid al-Fitr. The holiday marks the breaking of the Ramadan fast, where practising Muslims forgo food and drink from sunrise to sunset, for one month. The timing of Eid can be difficult, as it ...
Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr

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The Independent

World food supplies at risk as climate change threatens international trade, warn experts
The Independent
The world's food supplies are in danger as climate change and the increasing reliance on global trade threaten to create shortages and sudden, dramatic increases in prices, according to a new report by the leading think tank Chatham House. The report's ...

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National Geographic

An 'Atlas for the End of the World'
National Geographic
That world no longer exists, says Richard Weller, a landscape architect at the University of Pennsylvania and lead author of a recently released online project, “Atlas for the End of the World.” The apocalyptic-sounding title doesn't refer to the end ...

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