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The Guardian

Sean Spicer quits and the world loses another reality TV celebrity
The Guardian
In the space of six months, Spicer had become a reality TV celebrity doing what critics said was the toughest job in the world: defending the indefensible. It was 5.39pm on a cold, grey Saturday in January, the day of the Women's March on Washington ...
Sean Spicer resigns as Trump's White House press secretaryThe Independent

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euronews

Fencing: Inna Deriglazova on top of the world
euronews
Russia's Inna Deriglazova retained her world title in foil at Leipzig one year after climbing to the top of Olympic tree in Rio, beating Alice Volpi 14 points to 13 in a knife-edged final. The fencer from the Volga had already conquered the world in ...



The Guardian

England take on India at sold-out Lord's in Women's World Cup final to savour
The Guardian
She cannot wait to play here for the first time. “We've sold it out,” she says. “It's proof that people are taking women's cricket seriously, no matter the result on Sunday. We've done the world of good for English cricket. Who knows what will happen ...
Women's World Cup: Lynne Thomas and the cricket spirit of 1973BBC News
Women's World Cup Final PreviewLord's
ICC Women's World Cup: Harmanpreet destroys, Twitter explodesTimes of India
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World Faces Global Sand Shortage
NPR
The world is running out of sand. So much so that some countries have banned exports of sand, and there is a thriving black market for it. David Greene talks to freelance journalist Vince Beiser. DAVID GREENE, HOST: Here in California, officials ...



Harvard Business Review

How Retail Can Thrive in a World Without Stores
Harvard Business Review
What's emerging is what I call the “StoreHouse” — a hybrid model that merges the physical benefits of a real-world store with the convenience of home. To embrace this market shift, retailers will need to experiment with a range of technologies and ...

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Chicago Sun-Times

MORRISSEY: A Cubs-White Sox World Series? Here, have what I'm having!
Chicago Sun-Times
But I'm also speaking to Cubs fans, who might be looking for ways to replicate the high that came with winning the World Series last season. There's only one event left in Chicago sports that could come close to matching the energy the city had last fall.
Can the Los Angeles Dodgers Win the World Series Without a Deadline Deal?Bleacher Report

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Business Insider

3 reasons why America's massive nuclear arsenal actually makes the world safer
Business Insider
During World War II alone more one million people died per month because of the war. For those critics of nuclear weapons who argue that the world would be safer if we put the genie back in the bottle, the historical record presents a number of ...

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ESPN FC

Poland set to be shock seeds in December's World Cup finals draw
ESPN FC
Poland are set to be one of the eight top seeds in December's group stage draw for the World Cup finals. They are likely to join hosts Russia, current FIFA Ranking leaders Brazil, world champions Germany, Copa America holders Chile, Argentina and two ...

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Kotaku

League of Legends' World Champions Suddenly Can't Stop Losing
Kotaku
After this week's League Champions Korea matches, the reigning world champions of SKT T1 have gone 0-8 in the last two weeks. It's an unprecedented slide for a team that has been the de facto best in the world. SKT T1 is a three-time world champion, ...

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CNBC

China wants to be a $150 billion world leader in AI in less than 15 years
CNBC
China has laid out plans to become the world leader in artificial intelligence (AI) by 2030, with the aim of making the industry worth 1 trillion yuan ($147.7 billion). The State Council released its three-step roadmap on Thursday outlining the ...
China to become artificial intelligence 'world leader' by 2030 – but will it spark a killer computer arms race?The Sun
China aims to become world leader in AI, challenges US dominanceReuters

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