New York Post

After Making Mugabe a 'Good-Will Ambassador,' WHO Chief Is 'Rethinking' It
New York Times
The World Health Organization's decision to name President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe a “good-will ambassador” has provoked outrage from medical professionals, rights groups, opposition leaders and others who took to social media to call it an “insult” ...
World Health Organization honors ruthless African dictatorNew York Post
Mugabe may be stripped of controversial World Health Organisation goodwill ambassador role after outcryTelegraph.co.uk
Dismay as Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe Named World Health 'Ambassador'NBCNews.com
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ESPN

Your guide to ALCS Game 7: Who is headed to the World Series?
ESPN
With a trip to the World Series on the line, anything is possible. And while it is highly unlikely that Verlander will emerge from the bullpen even for a few pitches against the New York Yankees -- "I think he's done enough for us already," fellow ...
What time will the Dodgers' World Series games start?Los Angeles Times

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WIRED

The Way the World Ends: Not with a Bang But a Paperclip
WIRED
Probably, he says, the idea originated years ago on a mailing list for singularity cassandras, which sounds like the world's most terrifying listserv. “The idea isn't that a paperclip factory is likely to have the most advanced research AI in the world ...

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CBSSports.com

Fans petition to have Vin Scully call World Series, but don't count on it happening
CBSSports.com
Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Dodgers won the National League pennant by defeating the Chicago Cubs in the NLCS. That means the Dodgers will play in their first World Series in nearly three decades, and that Dodgers fans want Vin Scully to call ...
Scioscia says '88 World Series team was special — and so are these DodgersLos Angeles Times

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The Guardian

Rhian Brewster hat-trick sends England into Under-17 World Cup semi-finals
The Guardian
Liverpool's Rhian Brewster scored a hat-trick as England beat the USA 4-1 in Goa to secure their first place in the U17 World Cup semi-finals. England were 2-0 up inside quarter of an hour after Brewster scored twice in three minutes, and dominated the ...
England reach Under-17 World Cup semisBBC Sport
USA 1-4 England, 2017 FIFA U-17 World CupStars and Stripes FC
USA's Strong 2017 World Cup Ends in 4-1 Quarterfinal Loss to EnglandU.S. Soccer (press release) (blog)

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Big Think

How World Travel Can Change Your Views on Foreign Policy
Big Think
You might think that reading the World News section of a reputable publication will provide you with a good idea of the outside world, of its 195 countries spread over 57 million square miles of land. But a quick look at the geographic distribution of ...



WFTV Orlando

Hurricane Irma: Operations at Camping World Stadium for benefits to resume Sunday
WFTV Orlando
NOW: DCF is expecting roughly 100,000 people at Orlando's Camping World Stadium over the next five days for disaster SNAP registration following Hurricane Irma. How will state officials deal with the lines? Watch our story on Eyewitness News at 4 p.m. ...

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The Guardian

What Harvey Weinstein tells us about the liberal world
The Guardian
In Weinstein's world, politics often correlated with conspicuous displays of luxury goods – it was something you did on Martha's Vineyard, or on the Riviera, or in the Hamptons, toasting the candidate or raising money for the good cause. Here is a ...

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The Guardian

Catalonia independence: Spain pushes to remove leaders
BBC News
The Spanish prime minister has outlined plans to remove Catalonia's leaders and take control of the separatist region. Speaking after an emergency cabinet meeting on Saturday, Mariano Rajoy stopped short of dissolving the region's parliament but put ...
Catalan separatists prepare for war of attrition against MadridThe Guardian
Spain Will Remove Catalonia Leader, Escalating Secession CrisisNew York Times
'This is a coup!' Catalonia chaos erupts with calls for independence NOW as Spain steps inExpress.co.uk

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The Guardian

Czech election: Billionaire Babis wins by large margin
BBC News
Populist billionaire candidate Andrej Babis and his party have won the Czech Republic's general election. Mr Babis, 63, is the country's second-richest man and campaigned on an anti-establishment and Eurosceptic platform. With all votes counted, his ...
Czech billionaire's ANO party set to win electionsThe Guardian

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