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World's biggest dinosaur footprint found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'
CNN
(CNN) The world's biggest dinosaur footprint has been discovered in northwestern Australia, measuring at nearly 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters), the lead author of a study said. The track belonged to a sauropod, a long-necked herbivore. It tops a record ...
World's biggest dinosaur footprint discovered in Australia's own Jurassic ParkThe Denver Post
World's biggest dinosaur footprints found in 'Australia's Jurassic Park'Telegraph.co.uk
World's biggest dinosaur print discovered in AustraliaNew York Post
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The Guardian

Australia beat United Arab Emirates 2-0 in World Cup 2018 qualifying – as it happened
The Guardian
Perhaps the match will do well to temper the expectations of an increasingly expectant public, for whom World Cup appearances have quickly become the norm. Australia march on, albeit with a little more humility. They will do well to take the necessary ...
Australia heads to victory in World Cup qualifier against UAEWide World of Sports
Live: Socceroos v UAE in World Cup qualifierThe Sydney Morning Herald
Super set-pieces earn Australia crucial win over UAESBS - The World Game
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Washington Post

US men seek to keep momentum going in World Cup qualifier vs. Panama
Washington Post
PANAMA CITY — With a six-goal romp over Honduras on Friday, the U.S. national soccer team rejoined the hunt for a 2018 World Cup berth and began to cast aside the wreckage of a campaign's flawed start. But as every last soul in the delegation was ...
Panama vs. USA | CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying PreviewMLSsoccer.com

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New York Times

The Offender of the Free World
New York Times
Trump's United States of America has become an unserious country, the offender of the free world. The German debt to the United States is vast since the federal republic was crafted from ruin through enlightened American postwar involvement. Germans ...

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The Verge

Amazon's lockers gave me a shameful taste of a world without people
The Verge
The tech world's drive toward convenience and automation has a cost, of course. Amazon Lockers aren't killing factory jobs in the American Midwest, but on the whole, people are being exploited. Their rights as workers are ignored, or their jobs simply ...



Daily Mail

Children of the Blitz: Incredible photographs reveal how life for youngsters in war-torn Britain was just an ...
Daily Mail
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 ...

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Hartford Courant

Jeff Jacobs: UConn Dominance Is Thunder Clap Heard Around The World
Hartford Courant
On a night when he broke Pat Summitt's record for most NCAA Tournament victories, a great thunderclap could be heard around the world of women's college basketball. On a night when Geno Auriemma jumped lanes into the men's history books and ...

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CNBC

After Brexit, this market could overtake the UK as world's second-largest wine importer
CNBC
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 ...

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FOXSports.com

Pete Rose, Frank Thomas weigh in on Cubs and possible World Series hangover
FOXSports.com
After finally reaching the pinnacle and winning the World Series last year, the Cubs have gone from lovable losers to the most popular kids in class. And that could prove to be a problem for Joe Maddon's club in their quest to win back-to-back World ...

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Telegraph.co.uk

Wanted: Someone to travel in luxury around world - for £8000 a month
Telegraph.co.uk
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.uk

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