Lionel Messi faces FIFA action for insults in World Cup qualifier vs. Chile
The FC panel think Argentina have lacked an identity in World Cup qualifying and have yet to fully maximise their potential. Alejandro Moreno says Argentina's win over Chile in qualifying covered up glaring problems for Edgardo Bauza's side. Chile ...and more »
Attractions in Italy's earthquake- hit region in bid for World Heritage status
The Basilica of St Benedict in Norcia's main square was severely damaged by a powerful earthquake in October. Efforts are underway to repair it. Credit: Gregoria Borgia/AP. Nick Squires, Rome. 28 March 2017 • 2:32pm. Italy is proposing a hill town in ...and more »
5 questions for Mexico ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Trinidad and Tobago - FOXSports.comFOXSports.com
5 questions for Mexico ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Trinidad and Tobago
Mexico take on Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday, sitting pretty atop CONCACAF qualifying, leading the pack with seven points after three matches in the Hex. As they travel to Port of Spain, what questions do El Tri need to answer? Will Nestor Araujo ...and more »
5 keys to the USMNT beating Panama and solving their World Cup qualifying woes
The United States found themselves in an unenviable position on Friday morning: dead last in their World Cup qualifying group. But by the end of the day, with a 6-0 win over Honduras in hand, they were up to fourth place. Now, the Americans head to ...
US men seek to keep momentum going in World Cup qualifier vs. PanamaWashington Post
Panama vs. USA | CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Pre
- The Globe and Mail
Seven wonders of science
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This year's Gairdner Awards, announced Tuesday, honour pioneering work on vaccines, stroke, pediatric care and a range of fundamental discoveries that have advanced medical research. The winners come from around the globe but they share a common ...and more »
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World's largest dinosaur footprints discovered in Western Australia
The prints indicate enormous animals that were probably around 5.3 to 5.5 metres at the hip. Photograph: Damian Kelly/University of Queensland/EPA. Dinosaurs. World's largest dinosaur footprints discovered in Western Australia. Newly-discovered prints ...
World's biggest dinosaur footprints found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'Telegraph.co.uk
World's largest dinosaur footprint discovered Down Under &nda
- The Verge
Amazon's lockers gave me a shameful taste of a world without people
Welcome to First Click, a daily essay written by The Verge staff in which we opine on lives lived in the near future. There's an idea going round that we'll all live like shut-ins in the future. Thanks to a combination of cashier-less shops, same-day ...
- The Register
World+dog had 1.4 BEEEELLION of its data records exposed last year
Almost 1.4 billion data records were compromised worldwide during 2016, a whopping increase of 86 per cent compared to the year before. The collective spill occurred across 1,792 data breaches last year, according to security firm Gemalto's latest ...and more »
Why your team won't win the World Series
The Cubs? Just one NL club has repeated in 95 years. The Indians? Get set for more misery. No matter how optimistic you are, your city probably isn't throwing a ticker-tape parade in 2017. ESPN Illustration. Facebook · Twitter · Facebook Messenger ...and more »
You have to see the stunning images of the Sony World Photography Awards 2017
An expert panel of judges were tasked with looking for the best single photographs in 10 categories; Architecture, Culture, Enhanced, Motion, Nature, Portraits, Still Life, Street Photography, Travel and Wildlife. As part of the world's largest ...and more »
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Jeff Jacobs: UConn Dominance Is Thunder Clap Heard Around The World
The UConn women's basketball team is headed to back to the Final Four after a 90-52 victory over Oregon in the Bridgeport Regional Monday night. Jeff JacobsContact ReporterJeff Jacobs. On a night when he broke Pat Summitt's record for most NCAA ...and more »
Children of the Blitz: Incredible photographs reveal how life for youngsters in war-torn Britain was just an ... - Daily MailDaily Mail
Children of the Blitz: Incredible photographs reveal how life for youngsters in war-torn Britain was just an ...
Incredible black and white images have been released in a new book showing how the lives of children living in Britain were affected during the Second World War. The shocking pictures show children sitting in an Anderson air-raid shelter at the bottom ...and more »
Australia beat United Arab Emirates 2-0 in World Cup 2018 qualifying – as it happened - The GuardianThe Guardian
Australia beat United Arab Emirates 2-0 in World Cup 2018 qualifying – as it happened
Jackson Irvine rises to nod home for Australia early on in the game at Allianz Stadium. Photograph: Dean Lewins/AAP. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on ...
Live: Socceroos v UAE in World Cup qualifierThe Sydney Morning Herald
Australia heads to victo
Recap: All Whites v Fiji - Fifa World Cup qualifying
All Whites midfielder Ryan Thomas lashed in the opening goal with a clinical finish from outside the box. Live: All Whites v Fiji. Fifa World Cup qualifying game from Westpac Stadium, Wellington. Sort by: Editorial. Newest first. Oldest first. Newest ...
Football: All Whites progress in World Cup qualifyingNew Zealand Heraldall 90 news articles »
The extraordinary story behind the world's emergency landing capital
Pub quiz question: which airport deals with more emergencies than any other on Earth? Let's think. Well, Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta is the busiest (104m passengers a year), but then the airport in Madeira is renowned for its tricky landing. Or what ...
- New York Times
The Offender of the Free World
New York Times
President Trump and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany at the White House this month. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. When Donald Trump met Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany earlier this month, he put on one of his most truculent ...and more »
After Brexit, this market could overtake the UK as world's second-largest wine importer
China will be the world's second-largest wine import market, overtaking the U.K. by 2020, the CEO of international wine trade exhibitor Vinexpo, Guillaume Deglise, told "Squawk Box" on Tuesday. "Wine is getting very trendy [in China]. There's a lot of ...and more »
Watch a virtual girl play video games in a VR world
If watching people play video games wasn't enough for you, one channel is merging fiction with reality by introducing a fully motion captured and often entertaining virtual gamer girl in the form of Kizuna Ai. Known as Let's Play, watching someone else ...and more »
Wanted: Someone to travel in luxury around world - for £8000 a month
A company is seeking job applicants willing to travel the world for three months, stay in luxury accommodation and be paid a total of £24,000. Thirdhome, a Tennessee-based firm that describes itself as "an exclusive private club for luxury second home ...
This company wants to pay someone £24000 to travel the world in luxury for THREE MONTHSMirror.co.ukall 11 news articles
8 Ends: Homan simply dominant in historic run to world title
It was a week for the ages for Canada's Rachel Homan at the world women's curling championship in Beijing. Homan, third Emma Miskew, second Joanne Courtney and lead Lisa Weagle ran right through the table and into the record books becoming the first ...and more »
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European Taekwondo Champ Sets New World Record, Breaks 111 Blocks in 35 Seconds
First, you must fill your head with knowledge. Then you can break blocks with it. That little paraphrasing of the comment from the karate teacher from The Simpsons is appropriate as the world of fringy online sports clips celebrates its newest world ...and more »
Putting on the Maple Leaf: Team Gushue preparing for world ... - CBC
Brad Gushue and Team Canada will don the red Maple Leaf at the world championships Saturday.and more »
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World nuclear ban 'not realistic', says US ambassador to UN
A worldwide nuclear ban is simply not "realistic", the US ambassador to the UN has said, as nearly 40 countries stayed away from talks on the subject. The US, Britain and France were among the countries that skipped a UN meeting to discuss a new treaty.
Negotiations to ban nuclear weapons begin, but Australia joins US boycottThe Guardianall 133 news articles »
In a world without work, being busy will be the new status symbol: Don Pittis
The conventional view of economists has been that work is what poor people do. The richer we got, individually and as a society, the more we would revel in taking time off. Two new studies on work and leisure have turned that conventional economic ...
Op-ed: Trump's trade policy review can rev up world economy
The four economies that accounted for 81 percent of America's trade deficit last year sold $943.3 billion more goods than they bought.and more »
World Cup 2018 qualifiers, international football LIVE: Bulgaria vs Holland, Portugal vs Hungary and the rest of the ... - Daily MailDaily Mail
World Cup 2018 qualifiers, international football LIVE: Bulgaria vs Holland, Portugal vs Hungary and the rest of the ...
That didn't take long. No sooner had Luxembourg restored parity then Antoine Griezman restores France's lead at the other end of the pitch. The Atletico Madrid star hits a 37th minute penalty to make it 2-1 at the Josy-Barthel stadium. Olivier Giroud ...and more »
- The Guardian
Belgium v Greece: World Cup 2018 qualifier – live!
The scoreline flatters both teams. See you in 10 minutes for a second half that cannot fail to be better than the first. Still, could be worse. “Netherlands down 0-2 away against Bulgaria without any real chances being made,” says Andreas Sjostrom ...and more »
U-Shaped Skyscraper in Manhattan Aims to Be Longest in the World
One architecture firm hopes to create the longest building in the world by bending a skyscraper in half. One architecture firm hopes to create the longest building in the world by bending a skyscraper in half. The Big Bend is a curved, 4,000 foot-long ...
'Bendy' skyscraper could be longest in worldNewshub
New York could be getting the longest building in the world, the Big BendBBC Newsall 54 news articles »
The Best Horse In The World? Arrogate Wins The $10 Million Dubai World Cup
A year ago today, Arrogate was an unraced three-year-old, nearly a month away from his first start, which took place at a small track in Southern California. He finished third, beaten less than a length. Today, Arrogate stands on top of the racing ...
Arrogate roars home in stunning style to win Dubai World CupThe Guardian
Dubai World Cup: Arrogate wins $10m raceBBC Sport
Watch Arrogate's astonishing run to
- The Verge
Call of Duty could be going back to its World War II roots
During an earnings call in February, video game publisher Activision announced that it would be taking its Call of Duty franchise “back to its roots,” fueling speculation that the next entry would be returning to the Second World War. Now, leaked ...
Rumor: Call of Duty returning to World War IIPolygonall 33 news articles »
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Iraq suspends Mosul offensive after coalition airstrike atrocity
Resident of Mosul Jadida retrieve bodies from the rubble following the coalition airstrikes. Photograph: Felipe Dana/AP. Mosul. Iraq suspends Mosul offensive after coalition airstrike atrocity. Move comes as international outrage grows over airstrikes ...and more »
Gareth Bale's suspension could doom Wales' World Cup chances
Gareth Bale will be suspended for Wales' upcoming World Cup qualifier against Serbia, which is a big blow to their chances of making it to Russia. Bale picked up a yellow card in Wales' 0-0 draw with Ireland on Friday, which triggered an automatic ...
Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales: World Cup 2018 qualifier – as it happenedThe Guardian
Wales' Gareth Bale suspended for crucial World Cup qualifier v
- Justice League Trailer Unites the Team, and World
Warner Bros. has spent the past couple of days warming up the crowd for the big trailer with a series of posters and teasers, and hell if it hasn't been effective. In true Snyder style, the trailer looks big, bold, and beautiful (with the exception of ...and more »
- BBC Sport
World Cup 2018: Northern Ireland v Norway
Josh Magennis, Corry Evans and Aaron Hughes will all miss Northern Ireland's World Cup qualifier against Norway on Sunday. Charlton striker Magennis, 27, is ruled out with a hamstring problem with Evans not risked because of a groin strain and Hughes ...and more »
- The Independent
What people think of every country in the world, according to Google
No matter how open-minded you consider yourself to be, you will have some sort of preconception when it comes to other countries. Sophie-Claire Hoeller, Business Insider; 7 hours ago. 0. Click to follow. The Independent Travel. shutterstock155912201.jpg.
- Ars Technica
Roam free: A history of open-world gaming
Open-world video games bear the impossible promise—offering compelling, enjoyable open-endedness and freedom within the constraints of what is, by necessity of the medium, an extremely limited set of possible actions. These games provide a list of ...
Venezuela government 'terrified' of calling election
The late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez and his allies triumphed nearly every time voters went to the ballot box. But Chavez's successor, President Nicolas Maduro, appears to have lost interest in testing the will of the people. Amid a severe economic ...and more »
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Dempsey, Pulisic and Altidore impress; US boosts World Cup qualifying hopes
ESPN FC (blog)
In dire need of a win, the United States scored goal after goal in a World Cup qualifying rout of Honduras in California. Herculez Gomez attributes Clint Dempsey's fighting spirit as the reason for his success for both club and country. Taylor Twellman ...
USA 6-0 Honduras: World Cup qualifying – as it happenedThe Guardian
USA vs. Honduras: Score and Reaction for World Cup 2018 Qualif
Rumor: Call of Duty returning to World War II
Call of Duty's next installment will return to a World War II setting, if a series of images leaked to a YouTuber are on the level. The leak was revealed in this video on Thursday by TheFamilyVideoGamers, a YouTuber who says it was emailed to him ...and more »
England stars train ahead of World Cup qualifier with Lithuania as injured striker Harry Kane watches the session - Daily MailDaily Mail
England stars train ahead of World Cup qualifier with Lithuania as injured striker Harry Kane watches the session
Injured England striker Harry Kane took time out of his recovery to watch his team-mates train on Saturday ahead of their World Cup qualifier with Lithuania. Kane has damaged ankle ligaments and is expected to be out for up to six weeks, which meant he ...
Joe Hart captains England for World Cup Qualifier against LithuaniaSkySportsall 334 news articles&nbs
Dubai World Cup 2017: Strategies, Race Day Odds, and How Arrogate's Possible $6-Million Win Matters - ForbesForbes
Dubai World Cup 2017: Strategies, Race Day Odds, and How Arrogate's Possible $6-Million Win Matters
The betting rubric for the $10-million 2017 Dubai World Cup stakes this afternoon is "Old Home Week," which is to say, the heavy favorite Bob-Baffert trained Arrogate going off at far less than even money both in the U.S and in London this race day ...
Dubai World Cup 2017 live coverage: Ready for the big nightgulfnews.comall 70 news articles »
In 2017, Germany reigns supreme: The most powerful passports in the world
From tuition-free college education to excellent healthcare, there are many superlative benefits to being German. But arguably, the most precious benefit of German citizenship is a document that lets them get out of the country. For the fourth year in ...
World looks to China for growth but it has its own problems at home
BOAO, China — China sought to expand its influence and clout over a four-day conference this week as it promised world and business leaders that it will keep its doors open even as the world's second-largest economy undertakes its own market and ...and more »
Lights go out around the world for 10th Earth Hour
The Bund on the banks of the Huangpu River is pictured before Earth Hour in Shanghai, China March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Aly Song. 1/23. left. right. The Bund on the banks of the Huangpu River is pictured during Earth Hour in Shanghai, China March 25, ...and more »
- Irish Times
World Cup 2023: Bidding process will come down to the wire
Unlike previous World Cup bidding processes, the three-way contest to host the 2023 tournament appears less likely to come down to behind-the-scenes machinations and lobbying than before. Indeed, if it comes to pass that the Council of World Rugby ...and more »
'Please make it stop!' From mixing Skittles with M&Ms to slicing a tomato with a blunt knife, YouTuber makes the ... - Daily MailDaily Mail
'Please make it stop!' From mixing Skittles with M&Ms to slicing a tomato with a blunt knife, YouTuber makes the ...
This video is sure to make your skin crawl if you can't bear to watch things done incorrectly. German YouTuber Luksan Wunder has made what he calls the world's most unsatisfying video. From mixing Skittles with M&Ms to chopping a tomato with a blunt ...
Sickly sweet: How diabetes conquered the world
Since 1980 the global number of diabetics has quadrupled to 415 million. One person every six seconds dies of diabetes. Treating the disease costs £674 billion every year and by 2040, one in 10 of us will have diabetes. Tom Rowley investigates. At the ...
Unreported World: Putin's Family Values review – now it's only 5000 roubles to beat your wife - The GuardianThe Guardian
Unreported World: Putin's Family Values review – now it's only 5000 roubles to beat your wife
The Osyaki family, recipients of the Order for Parental Glory, in Unreported World. Photograph: Pro Co/Channel 4. The Osyaki family, recipients of the Order for Parental Glory, in Unreported World (. The Osyaki family, recipients of the Order for ...
- Chicago Tribune
How the World Series — and one swing — twisted the Kipnis family in knots
Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis, center, poses with family members during the 2016 World Series at Wrigley Field. (Handout). Dan WiedererContact ReporterChicago Tribune. Of course Todd Kipnis remembers the pitch. Vividly. How could ...and more »
- Bleacher Report
Mexico vs. Costa Rica: Score and Reaction for World Cup 2018 Qualifying
Mexico stands alone atop the final round of CONCACAF qualifying for the 2018 World Cup after scoring a 2-0 victory over Costa Rica on Friday night at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez scored in the seventh minute and El Tri ...and more »