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AlphaGo retires from competitive Go after defeating world number one 3-0
The Verge
AlphaGo is going out on top. After beating Ke Jie, the world's best player of the ancient Chinese board game Go, for the third time today at the Future of Go Summit in Wuzhen, Google's DeepMind unit announced that it would be the last event match the ...

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New York Times

World Leaders Increase Pressure on Trump to Stay in the Paris Accord
New York Times
TAORMINA, Sicily — World leaders on Friday intensified their pressure on President Trump to keep the United States in the Paris climate agreement, as negotiators for seven Western powers labored to bridge differences between Mr. Trump and his ...
President Trump passes his first test on the world stageCNN
World leader who appeared to be shoved by Trump speaks out about the incidentAOL
Donald Trump offers shoves and strange handshakes on the world stageThe Guardian
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NPR

In Europe, World Leaders Try To Change Trump's Mind On Climate Change
NPR
After that conversation, Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn said the president's views are "evolving" and that he feels "much, much more knowledgeable" after the conversation with world leaders. "He came here to learn. He came here to get smarter," Cohn ...
Trump at G7: president's last world tour stop brings uncertainty and riskThe Guardian
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The Guardian

Barack Obama: Scotland has 'a lot to offer the world'
The Guardian
The Herald reported that when asked by Hunter what he thought about Scotland, Obama said the country “had a lot to offer the world”. He added: “It is just important we (you) know that and feel confident.” He also vowed to return to experience “real ...

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New York Times

Denis Johnson's Poetic Visions of a Fallen World
New York Times
In “Fiskadoro” (1985), set in the near future after some sort of World War III-like disaster, an assortment of dreamers, con men and pirates inhabit an apocalyptic landscape in what used to be the Florida Keys, trying to hold on to fading memories of ...

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National Review

Unhinged Activists Never Enter the 'Real World'
National Review
Indeed, even the “real world” isn't what it used to be. Now that we live in hyper-partisan times and increasingly work in geographically separated ideological cocoons, it's easy to take your activism straight to work, even if it's not a philosophy ...
Professor told he's not safe on campus after college protestsKING5.com

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Miami New Times

World OutGames Cancels Events Hours Before Start, Costs Beach $200000 And Sparks Investigation
Miami New Times
Update: Miami Beach Police and the Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office have opened a fraud investigation into World OutGames, according to a press release the city sent out late Friday evening. "Due to the potential misappropriation of funds, the ...
World OutGames sporting events canceled amid financial woes, sparking fraud investigationMiami Herald
World OutGames unravel hours before they were set to begin, prompt fraud investigationCBC.ca

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Families of World War II MIAs sue to identify remains
USA TODAY
MILWAUKEE — Families of seven military members killed in the Philippines, including the first American soldier awarded the Medal of Honor in World War II, sued the government Friday to get their loved ones' remains identified and returned home for burial.

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The Indian Express

The terror the world shrugs at
New York Post
Islamist extremists cold-bloodedly kill at least 28 people, many of them children — and it doesn't bring nonstop cable news coverage, because the world has already “normalized” terrorism in the Middle East.
Egypt launches raids in Libya after attack on Coptic Christians kills 26The Guardian
Egypt Coptic Christians killed in bus attackBBC News

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Phys.Org

Construction begins on the world's first super telescope
Phys.Org
Artist's impression of the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) in its enclosure on Cerro Armazones, a 3060-metre mountaintop in Chile's Atacama Desert. The 39-metre E-ELT will be the largest optical/infrared telescope in the world — …more.
Construction begins on world's largest telescope in Chilean desertAOL

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