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No British judge on world court for first time in its 71-year history
The Guardian
That the runoff for the last place on what is known as the world court was between Britain and India, a nation likely to feature as a more significant trading partner post-Brexit, may have been a contributory element in the final calculations. There ...
Britain loses seat on world court for first time since 1946Fox News

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Daily Beast

Trump World Wanted Distance From Roy Moore. Then Key Allies Lobbied the President to Reconsider.
Daily Beast
Trump World Wanted Distance From Roy Moore. Then Key Allies Lobbied the President to Reconsider. The Breitbart chairman along with Kellyanne Conway and others urged Trump to keep his mouth shut about the embattled GOP nominee. Trump was ...

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The Guardian

Is Zimbabwe's military takeover the world's strangest (non) coup?
CNN
(CNN) From the moment it began -- with an army spokesman in military fatigues sitting at a TV desk insisting that he was not announcing a military takeover -- Zimbabwe's political crisis has not played out like any ordinary coup. Indeed, its leaders ...
Zimbabwe in confusion as Robert Mugabe ignores latest deadline to leaveThe Guardian
Zimbabwe latest: Mugabe 'let wife Grace usurp power'BBC News
Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces impeachment after ignoring deadline to quitNBCNews.com

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The Guardian

Argentina's navy says fresh noises are not from missing submarine
The Guardian
An Argentinian national flag with messages in support of the 44 crew members of the missing ARA San Juan submarine at the Mar del Plata naval base. Photograph: Marcos Brindicci/Reuters. Argentina ...
Argentina navy: Missing sub 'had called to report breakdown'BBC News

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World Digest: Nov. 20, 2017
Washington Post
The European Union went back to its roots Monday by picking cities from two of its founding members — France and the Netherlands — to host key agencies that will have to move once Britain leaves the bloc in 2019. During voting so tight that both ...

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The Guardian

Republic of Ireland's Cyrus Christie reveals racist abuse after World Cup loss
The Guardian
The Republic of Ireland defender Cyrus Christie has revealed that he has received racist abuse on Twitter following his country's failure to qualify for the World Cup. In a statement posted on social mediaChristie highlighted “a number of racist ...

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Aljazeera.com

Siege of Eastern Ghouta: A blot on world's conscience
Aljazeera.com
Gaziantep, Turkey - It was a tiring surgical operation, but for the nurses at the Damascus Specialist Hospital in Eastern Ghouta, the work was still not done. After the procedure was over, workers came over to collect used tubes, syringes, gloves and ...

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Aljazeera.com

World Toilet Day 2017 | | Al Jazeera
Aljazeera.com
November 19 marks World Toilet Day and aims to raise awareness about health problems caused by poor sanitation.

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New York Times

Disrupting the World of Private School With Tech and Guinea Pigs
New York Times
The for-profit school that drew the most attention in recent years for its ambition and eye-popping tuition was Avenues: The World School, which opened in 2012. Avenues promised to prepare students for a global world by offering bilingual instruction ...



Journalist Explains How Panama Papers Opened Up The World's Illicit Money Networks
NPR
Reporter Jake Bernstein helped break the story of the Panama Papers, the leaked documents that detail the offshore tax havens of the super rich. His new book is Secrecy World. Panama Papers. Facebook; Twitter; Email. NPR thanks our sponsors.

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