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The Boston Globe

The world, the stage, the way ahead
The Boston Globe
Deb pulled open the heavy door of the high school auditorium and stepped inside, looking around as it clicked shut behind her. She tried to look relaxed, smiling at someone she knew, but every step stirred uncertainty in her. She had come here to ...



The Guardian

Anthony Joshua knocks out Alexander Povetkin to retain world titles – as it happened
The Guardian
So Anthony Joshua has made it 22 fights undefeated and and reaffirmed his status as the world's leading heavyweight. It wasn't easy, some might even say he made hard work of it, but Povetkin was tough and talented and took some stopping. When Joshua ...
Anthony Joshua stops Alexander Povetkin to retain world heavyweight titlesBBC Sport
Anthony Joshua knocks out Alexander Povetkin to retain his world heavyweight titles, wants Deontay Wilder nexttalkSPORT.com
Joshua vs Povetkin: Anthony Joshua knocks out Alexander Povetkin to defend world titlesSkySports
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Washington Post

India launches 'Modicare,' the world's biggest government health program
Washington Post
Although nobody seems to be sure whether it will work or how much it will cost, the government has touted it as the world's biggest government-funded health scheme. “Indian healthcare is poised for a great leap forward with Ayushman Bharat — which ...
Modicare: India launches world's biggest experiment in universal healthcareThe Independent

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New York Times

Is the World Becoming a Jungle Again? Should Americans Care?
New York Times
“The liberal world order established by the United States a little over seven decades ago is collapsing,” Mr. Kagan writes, a function of American exhaustion with global burdens that began before Mr. Trump was elected and was one of the reasons for his ...



WTOP

World leaders gather at UN under threat from unilateralism
WTOP
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — With rising unilateralism challenging its very existence, the United Nations convenes its annual meeting of world leaders Monday and will try once more to tackle problems together as a community of nations, addressing threats ...

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VeloNews

Porte out of road world championships
VeloNews
PARIS, France (AFP) — Richie Porte on Saturday became the latest top rider to withdraw from next week's world cycling championships in Austria, the Australian citing a lack of training following a respiratory infection picked up on the Vuelta a España.
Richie Porte out of World Championships due to illnessCyclingnews.com
Australian cyclist Richie Porte pulls out of the world road championships in Austria due to illnessABC News

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Asheville Citizen-Times

As FEI World Equestrian Games near finish, Bellissimo 'optimistic' of future in Tryon
Asheville Citizen-Times
MILL SPRING — From the start, Mark Bellissimo has been selling every detail of the FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon. Even after two weeks wrought with setbacks, he's still selling. Bellissimo, managing partner of the Tryon International Equestrian ...

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KXAN.com

PHOTOS: The cosplays and speakers of Wizard World Comic Con
KXAN.com
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Whether dressed in nerdy t-shirts or full-on cosplays, hundreds of people turned out to Wizard World Comic Con in Austin. The Austin Convention center was packed with people celebrating fandoms and creativity. Many had a chance to ...

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ESPN

US routs Senegal in FIBA Women's World Cup opener
ESPN
The opener against Senegal didn't start out well, with the Americans trailing Senegal by eight points before wearing the African nation down in an 87-67 victory on Saturday in the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup. "We've had more actual games than ...
BC-BKL--World Cup-Senegal-US,1st Ld-WritethruMinneapolis Star Tribune

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The Independent

Alcohol causes one in 20 deaths worldwide, warns World Health Organisation
The Independent
Alcohol is the root cause of more than one in 20 deaths across the world, with more than three quarters of them among men, a new report by the World Health Organisation reveals. A total of 3 million people die as a result of “harmful use of alcohol ...
World Health Organization Study Finds Alcohol Responsible for Five Percent of Deaths WorldwideGizmodo
Global status report on alcohol and health 2018 - World Health OrganizationWorld Health Organization

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