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Australia 2-1 Syria (aet, 3-2 agg): Cahill seals World Cup play-off win – as it happened - The Guardian


The Guardian

Australia 2-1 Syria (aet, 3-2 agg): Cahill seals World Cup play-off win – as it happened
The Guardian
It was never likely to be straightforward but an unlikely starting XI and formation set the tone for a night of chaos. An early Syrian goal tore up the script and when Brad Smith hobbled off injured it was easy to believe Australia's old curses had ...

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This Company's Robots Are Making Everything—and Reshaping the World - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

This Company's Robots Are Making Everything—and Reshaping the World
Bloomberg
We don't find Fujii, so I leave the campus with little more than a glimpse of the world behind Inaba's forest: a clock above the entrance to the main research facility that ticks at 10 times the usual speed, as if innovation can't happen quickly enough ...



Why the world is watching Xi Jinping and China's party congress - Washington Post


Washington Post

Why the world is watching Xi Jinping and China's party congress
Washington Post
Given China's huge population, economy and military strength, the 19th National Congress could set the agenda not only for Beijing, but also for much of the world. Most observers predict that the congress will put power increasingly in the hands of one ...
How Xi Jinping's China stacks up with the rest of the worldCNN
Xi Jinping: 'Time for China to take centre stage' - BBC News - BBC.comBBC News
Xi Jinping speech: five things you need to knowThe Guardian

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Software Hasn't Come Close to Eating the World - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Software Hasn't Come Close to Eating the World
Bloomberg
It was supposed to -- in the words of one sage -- eat the world, the implication being that it would be modern, brilliant, liberating, hip and fun (assuming it didn't make you and your job obsolete). Instead, it's pretty terrible. It isn't that we are ...

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World Hunger Is Increasing, Thanks to Wars and Climate Change - Scientific American


Scientific American

World Hunger Is Increasing, Thanks to Wars and Climate Change
Scientific American
Between 1990 and 2015, due largely to a set of sweeping initiatives by the global community, the proportion of undernourished people in the world was cut in half. In 2015, U.N. member countries adopted the Sustainable Development Goals, which doubled ...

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Inside the Philippines' Bloody War Against Islamist Militants - Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Inside the Philippines' Bloody War Against Islamist Militants
Wall Street Journal
The Philippine military has struggled to defeat hundreds of well-armed militants who seized the southern city of Marawi in May. Photo: Linus Guardian Escandor II for The Wall Street Journal. Philippine authorities on Monday said two of the militants ...

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Who Has the World's No. 1 Economy? Not the US - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

Who Has the World's No. 1 Economy? Not the US
Bloomberg
But few would argue that Qatar or Luxembourg is the world's leading economy -- while per-capita numbers are important for the well-being of a nation's people, they don't translate into comprehensive national power unless a country also has a large ...

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Dodgers one win away from first World Series since 1988 - Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

Dodgers one win away from first World Series since 1988
Los Angeles Times
When his eyes registered the location of the last pitch, Yu Darvish stepped outside the batter's box. He stared at the umpire to be sure. It was a fastball from Cubs reliever Carl Edwards Jr. like the three pitches before it, and it was not a strike ...
Dodgers beat Cubs, one win from World Series: Final score, things to knowCBSSports.com
NLCS Game 3: Dodgers one win away from first World Series in 29 yearsYahoo Sports
MORRISSEY: Cubs' response to World Series hopes? Walk YuChicago Sun-Times

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Thelonious Monk's Quiet, Slow Conquest of the World - The Atlantic


The Atlantic

Thelonious Monk's Quiet, Slow Conquest of the World
The Atlantic
Though widely respected by musicians, the pianist and composer had always remained an outlier even in the jazz world, set apart by his singular musical vision as well as his eccentricity, yet his Time cover seemed to represent his ascension to the ...

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This Japanese 'hidden figure' enlightened the world with her sunspot sketches - PBS NewsHour


PBS NewsHour

This Japanese 'hidden figure' enlightened the world with her sunspot sketches
PBS NewsHour
During World War II, Tokyo often held drills to prepare citizens for airstrikes. But when the sirens blared and blackouts hit the city, a young Hisako Koyama would sneak back outside with her futon in one hand and a star chart in the other. Those pitch ...



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