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ESPN

World Cup TV guide: Australia channels, kick-off times, dates and schedule
ESPN
The FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia on June 14 with Australia taking on the rest of the globe in football's showpiece event. For the first time in history, a Socceroos group-stage match will be telecast during prime-time -- with Bert van Marwijk's ...

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The Guardian

How does the world deal with Trump's erratic and capricious ways?
The Guardian
For 70 years, it has sustained a world order that, whatever its downsides, was at least an order with predictable patterns of international behaviour, along with a bias to openness, trade and peace. Suddenly it is all up in the air. For the west's ...

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Family still searching for answers in 1955 disappearance of World War II veteran
NBCNews.com
Time is running out to find out what happened to World War II Navy veteran Duane Roy Dreher. His son died in 2014, never knowing. His grandson is now carrying the torch for the family in their search for answers. Maybe someone out there heard a story ...



The Guardian

Theresa May to oppose MPs' vote on Northern Ireland abortion law
The Guardian
Theresa May will oppose plans to let MPs vote to liberalise Northern Ireland's oppressive abortion laws, Downing Street has signalled. The prime minister believes that it would be wrong for Westminster to legislate on a matter that should be decided by ...
Ireland Votes to End Abortion Ban, in Rebuke to Catholic ConservatismNew York Times
'A hammer blow to the Church': How the world reacted to Ireland's Yes votethejournal.ie
Irish abortion referendum: Exit polls suggest landslide for repealBBC News

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The Guardian

Ivan the Terrible painting 'seriously damaged' in pole attack
The Guardian
One of Russia's most famous paintings, which depicts tsar Ivan the Terrible cradling his dying son, has been badly damaged after a man attacked it with a metal pole. The canvas – Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581 – was completed ...

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ESPN

Egypt 'optimistic' Mohamed Salah can play in World Cup after shoulder injury
ESPN
KIEV, Ukraine -- The Egyptian Football Association is "optimistic" Mohamed Salah will be able to play in the World Cup, after he suffered what Liverpool manager called a "really serious injury" in Saturday's Champions League final defeat. Salah ...
World Cup 2018: Mohamed Salah 'confident' of playing for Egypt despite Champions League final injuryBBC Sport
Salah not expected to miss the World CupFox Sports Asia
'Salah will miss World Cup' - Injury rules Liverpool star out for two months, claims Saudi sports administratorGoal.com
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The Mercury News

Snoop Dogg breaks Guinness World Record at BottleRock Napa
The Mercury News
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device. There's a new world record holder. And he goes by the name of Snoop D-O-DOUBLE-G! We kid you not. Snoop Dogg was part of a successful Guinness World Record attempt ...

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The Denver Post

World's tallest waffle stack teeters in a Denver backyard
The Denver Post
The world record for tallest stack of waffles was broken Saturday in some guy's backyard in Denver. Spencer McCullough, a 23-year-old waffle wunderkind, had 50 pounds of waffle mix, two waffle irons and a dream. His breakfast-food fantasy was realized ...



BBC News

Busking goes cashless with 'a world first' for London
BBC News
London has introduced a contactless payment scheme for buskers in what the organisers claim is a world first. In addition to tossing loose change into a box, passers-by can use card readers to make contactless payments. It has been launched in ...
Buskers to be paid with contactless cards under world's first scheme of its kindTelegraph.co.uk
London buskers first in world to be paid with contactless cardsSky News

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The Guardian

How famous men toppled by #MeToo plot their comeback
The Guardian
America's entertainment industry has been left reeling from the #MeToo movement. But that hasn't stopped many of the high-profile men it has toppled from planning their comebacks. After six months of #MeToo, the burning question seems to be: how soon ...


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