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Poll shows US tumbling in world's regard under Trump
Washington Post
It is perhaps unsurprising that a man who campaigned on a pledge to put American interests first would generate backlash in other parts of the world. Nor is it surprising that the negative reaction would carry over to opinions about the United States ...
Poll: US favorability in world falls under TrumpThe Hill
Three-quarters of world has little or no confidence in Trump, Pew study findsThe Guardian
US Image Suffers as Publics Around World Question Trump's LeadershipPew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project
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The Guardian

England amass 377 v Pakistan at Women's Cricket World Cup – live!
The Guardian
England absolutely clobbered them in the field just there, racking up their second biggest ever ODI total, their highest World Cup one, and the second largest by anyone in the history of the competition. The highest chasing score in the tournament's ...

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BBC News

Africa agriculture pioneer wins 2017 World Food Prize
BBC News
African Development Bank president Akinwumi Adesina has won the prestigious World Food Prize for his work to boost yields and farm incomes. Dr Adesina said providing millions of farmers with seeds and fertilisers was vital to boost development. He ...

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The Guardian

Trump's disdain for diplomacy is making the world more dangerous
The Guardian
The confrontation prompted talk of nuclear war around the world. It came to nothing, for now at least. And Trump's claim to have scored a breakthrough strategic success by inducing China's to increase pressure on Pyongyang also proved illusory.
Syria chemical attack may be being prepared, US warnsBBC News

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The Nation.

Grace Paley's Crowded World
The Nation.
Right away, we are in Rose's world: a world of appetites and aging bodies, of creative insults and idiomatic speech. The voice captured here—chiding, teasing, commanding—was, it comes as no surprise, not entirely made up. “I was popular in certain ...



Reuters

World's first ATM machine turns to gold on 50th birthday
Reuters
Now there are an estimated three million cash machines across the globe with some 70,000 cash machines in the UK alone which dispensed 175 billion pounds in 2016. The world's most northerly machine is at Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway and the most ...
The cash machine turns 50 today - and world's first was in the UKITV News

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New York Times

With 3 Words, Supreme Court Opens a World of Uncertainty for Refugees
New York Times
Fouad Dagoum and his wife, Azhar Ahmed, fled Sudan in 2000 after their village was ransacked by militia members. Credit Christopher Capozziello for The New York Times. Fouad Dagoum fled Sudan after his village was ransacked by militia members who ...

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The Advocate

Florida takes Game 1 in a CWS battle of familiar foes
ESPN
Florida players celebrate after winning the pivotal Game 1 of the College World Series finals. AP Photo/Matt Ryerson. In fact, it's right on script for an epic Wednesday finale -- if needed -- with LSU ace Alex Lange, the Cubs' recent first-round draft ...
Rabalais: LSU's situation 'serious but not hopeless' as College World Series Game 2 vs. Florida up nextThe Advocate
Florida-LSU: Gators take College World Series championship Game 1 as Singer makes historyCBSSports.com
LSU looks to stay perfect against Florida in CWS play247Sports

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USA TODAY

Best children's hospitals ranked by US News & World Report
USA TODAY
An annual report by U.S. News & World Report ranks the nation's top 50 children's medical centers by 10 pediatric categories including cancer, neurology, diabetes and endocrinology. U.S. News has ranked children's hospitals since 2006, and awards ...

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BBC News

World food security risks growing, Chatham House says
BBC News
The world's food security is increasingly reliant on 14 "chokepoints" for trade, a think-tank report has warned. UK-based Chatham House says more needs to be done to protect key transport routes such as the Panama Canal, the Suez Canal and the Turkish ...

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