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The world's busiest airport revealed
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... are China, the United States and India. "Global passenger traffic has reached record levels as airports continued to make a crucial contribution to furthering economic development and global connectivity," said Angela Gittens, ACI World's director ...

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Russia, China embrace uneasily, aim for 'desirable world order'
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VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — Donning a blue apron, Russian President Vladimir Putin poured batter into a pan and tossed it. He was cooking with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, and the pair were making a traditional Russian pancake called a blini.
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MIT Technology Review

Meet the winner of robotics' World Cup
MIT Technology Review
At about the same time, on the other side of the world in Montreal, another tournament was also under way. This was the soccer World Cup for adult-size robots. And it was won by a robot called NimbRo for the second year in succession. Unsurprisingly ...



Fox News

NASA's new planet hunter just found its 1st alien world — an evaporating 'Super-Earth'
Fox News
Now, scientists have detected a new world around Pi Mensae — one about 2.14 times Earth's diameter and 4.82 times Earth's mass. This super-Earth, h dubbed Pi Mensae c, orbits about 0.07 AU from its star, or more than 50 times closer than Mercury does ...
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How Winking Stars Point Us To Distant WorldsNASA

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NBCNews.com

Influential, dynamic, and relevant: How young people will change the world
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Comcast-NBCUniversal and MSNBC are the premiere media partner of Global Citizen. Global Citizen is a non-partisan organization dedicated to ending extreme poverty worldwide. The following is an opinion piece by Maryam Ahmed. It is pretty remarkable ...



Rolling Stone

Kiss Announce Final 'End of the Road' World Tour
Rolling Stone
Kiss are kissing the road goodbye once again, but not before embarking on one more tour. The rockers announced their final trek after a 45-year career during their appearance on NBC's America's Got Talent on Wednesday. The group performed their hit ...
Kiss Announce Farewell World Tour: 'Our Biggest Show Yet'Variety
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KISS announces farewell tour (for real...we think)Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Telegraph.co.uk

The devastating effect of world's biggest ever flu outbreak
Telegraph.co.uk
The pandemic - sometimes known as the forgotten epidemic as it was overshadowed by the First World War - was exacerbated by the movement of troops at the end of the war and the poor living conditions of many at the time. Now, 100 years since the start ...

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World Bank Group

Decline of Global Extreme Poverty Continues but Has Slowed: World Bank
World Bank Group
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19, 2018 Fewer people are living in extreme poverty around the world, but the decline in poverty rates has slowed, raising concerns about achieving the goal of ending poverty by 2030 and pointing to the need for increased pro-poor ...
World Poverty Falls Below 750 Million, Report SaysWall Street Journal
World Bank reports slower progress on extreme povertyThe Guardian

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Live Science

Traces of the World's First 'Microbrew' Found in a Cave in Israel
Live Science
The world's oldest beer may have been brewed for a funeral 13,000 years ago. At a graveyard cave in Israel, archaeologists discovered traces of mashed wheat and barley lining pits carved into the bedrock. The researchers interpreted these residues as ...

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BBC News

The YouTube stars who teach the world about Japan
BBC News
Every country in the world merits books and articles devoted to unpacking the nuances and quirks of its culture. But on YouTube, interest in one particular country is pervasive: Japan. This video of a red-headed woman playing with dozens of squealing ...


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