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Singapore wins sixth consecutive title of 'world's best airport'
Singapore's Changi Airport has been named "world's best airport" for the sixth consecutive year — as regional rival Hong Kong came in fourth place. The 2018 iteration of the annual World Airport Awards from research group Skytrax was based on 13.73 ...
World's best airport for 2018 named at Skytrax World Airport AwardsTraveller
Skytrax world's best airports 2018: The best and worst of Australia's big
World Airport Awards 2018: Singapore's Changi Airport takes top spot againThe Press
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The Verge

World Cup referees will use Hublot's new Wear OS watch to check for goals
The Verge
Hublot is the official timekeeping sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, so, of course, it has developed a special edition watch for the football tournament. The Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia runs Wear OS (Android Wear got a rebrand, if you ...

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China calls US repeat abuser of world trade rules as tariffs loom
BEIJING (Reuters) - China accused the United States of “repeatedly abusing” trade practices, as Beijing braced on Thursday for an imminent announcement from U.S. President Donald Trump slapping more tariffs on Chinese imports. FILE PHOTO: Containers ...
China state media merger to create propaganda giantThe Guardian

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Science Daily

New interactive map shows climate change everywhere in world
Science Daily
University of Cincinnati geography professor Tomasz Stepinski created a new interactive map that allows students or researchers to compare the climates of places anywhere in the world. The map draws on five decades of public meteorological data ...
Climate change could create 143 million migrants, World Bank saysCNN
143 Million People May Soon Become Climate MigrantsNational Geographic
Climate change will cause huge internal migration around the worldMIT Technology Review
The Guardian -World Bank Group -TIME -Open Knowledge Repository - World Bank Group
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Arsenal's Jack Wilshere thought World Cup chance with England had gone
Jack Wilshere has said he thought his hopes of going to the World Cup were over when Arsene Wenger told him he could leave Arsenal last summer. Wilshere is aiming to win his 35th England cap -- his first since playing in the Euro 2016 defeat to Iceland ...
Jack Wilshere: I feared my World Cup dream was over after Arsene Wenger told me I could leave
Jack Wilshere keen to resolve Arsenal future before World CupSkySports
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho plots summer transfer for Arsenal ace Aaron Ramsey - EXCLUSIVEDaily Star

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Jack Dorsey believes bitcoin will be the world's sole currency within 10 years
We knew Jack Dorsey was bullish on bitcoin, but some new quotes reveal that he's really, really bullish. In an interview with The Times of London, the Twitter and Square chief executive expressed a strong belief in bitcoin's shot at outliving its ...
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Says Bitcoin Will Be the World's Universal CurrencyFortune
Twitter CEO: Bitcoin will be the world's 'single currency' in 10 yearsThe Verge
Bitcoin Will Be World's 'Single Currency' Says Twitter CEOCoinDesk
Gizmodo -Bitcoin Magazine -CNBC -The Times
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BBC Sport

Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer criticises ICC decision to cut World Cup to 10 teams
BBC Sport
A disconsolate Coetzer says "pretty much the whole world" was supporting Scotland in their quest to reach their fourth World Cup after appearing in the 1999, 2007 and 2015 tournaments. But rain halted their pursuit of 199 on 125-5 in the 36th over ...
Rain, a controversial lbw and DLS: Scotland miss out on Cricket World CupThe Guardian
Rain helps send Windies through to World
Windies qualify for 2019 Cricket World Cup after five-run D/L win over ScotlandSkySports
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Washington Post

Britain's Boris Johnson compares Russian World Cup to 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany
Washington Post
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has compared the upcoming soccer World Cup, due to be held in Russia this summer, to the 1936 Olympics held in Nazi Germany. “I think the comparison to 1936 is certainly right,” Johnson told the British ...
Putin 'will use World Cup like Hitler's Olympics', agrees JohnsonBBC News
Boris Johnson compares Russian World Cup to Hitler's 1936 OlympicsThe Guardian
2018 World Cup odds: Predictions, picks, and teams to fade from proven
Axios -Financial Times -SkySports
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BBC News

World Butchers' Challenge hits Belfast
BBC News
The World Butchers' Challenge is about helping butchers improve their general workmanship, meat cutting, displaying and their creative usage of meat. Butchers competing at the World Butchers' Challenge PAcemaker. The competition is conducted over three ...

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Washington Post

Trump congratulated Putin on his victory. Other world leaders stopped short of that.
Washington Post
It's a friendly tradition for one world leader to congratulate another on winning reelection. But when it comes to Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, the situation is more complicated. Not only have election monitors cast doubt about the ...
How top world leaders reacted to Putin's re-electionAxios
Trump's national security advisers warned him not to congratulate Putin. He did it anyway.Washington Post

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