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New York Times

ABC's Bet on David Muir of 'World News Tonight'
New York Times
But the fact that most people have not heard much about ABC's new anchor is mostly a reflection of the diminished importance of the evening news in the modern media world: Who needs someone to catch them up on the day's events in the age of the ...
David Muir Wants To Get Away From The 'World News' Anchor Desk As Much As ...Huffington Post
David Muir on his move to ABC's 'World News Tonight'Newsday
David Muir takes over ABC's 'World News' from Diane SawyerDeseret News
Politico -Zap2it.com (blog)
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The Guardian

Nato to create high-readiness force to counter Russian threat
The Guardian
Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the plan was for 'a very high-readiness force able to deploy at very short notice'. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA. Nato is to create a 4,000-strong "spearhead" high-readiness force that can be deployed rapidly in eastern ...

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Bleacher Report

2014 FIBA World Cup results: Senegal pulls off major upset
SB Nation
... Bjelica led Serbia with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Phoenix Suns draft pick Bogdan Bogdanovic added 16 points on 7-for-11 shooting. Iran fell to 0-3 while Serbia improved to 2-1 to keep pace with the top teams in the World Cup's most difficult group.
Complete Recap for Day 3 of FIBA World CupBleacher Report
FIBA World Cup 2014: Puerto Rico vs. Greece Live Streaming, Betting Odds and ...International Business Times AU
Cinderella Senegal Surprises CroatiaHoops Habit
Fox News Latino -thescore.com -1500 ESPN
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New York Times

For World Cup Heroes, Back to the Day Job
New York Times
LONDON — There are times when it seems as if the World Cup never ended, and that it is being played out every weekend in England's Premier League. That was the impression at Turf Moor, where Burnley's underdog spirit prevented Manchester United ...
Biggest Star in World Football in AugustBleacher Report

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Telegraph.co.uk

Mexican Woman Leandra Becerra Lumbreras Becomes World's Oldest Person
Huffington Post
The Mexican woman thought to be the oldest person in the world reportedly turned 127 on Sunday, according to the Metro. Lumbreras says she was born on Aug. 31, 1887. Her family said her secrets to longevity are eating chocolate, sleeping a lot and not ...
127-Year-Old Woman Says She's the World's Oldest Living PersonPeople Magazine
Mexican woman becomes world's 'oldest person'Telegraph.co.uk
Mexican woman becomes world's 'oldest person' at 127The Independent
NEWS.com.au
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Bleacher Report

FIBA World Cup 2014 schedule: Spain and Brazil clash
SB Nation
USA results: Americans learn lessons in 98-77 win · Everything you need to know about the 2014 FIBA World Cup · USA Basketball can never be fixed · Gregg Popovich doesn't give a damn about your names · The Cavs are better off because LeBron left ...
Spain vs. Brazil: Score and Twitter Reaction for FIBA World Cup 2014Bleacher Report
Spain, Greece improve to 3-0 in FIBA Basketball World CupCanada.com
FIBA World Cup 2014: Updated Standings and Group Projections for Basketball ...The Epoch Times
ChicagoNow (blog) -Fox News -International Business Times AU
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U.S. Women Are Stronger In The Tennis World Than U.S. Men
FiveThirtyEight (blog)
1 player in the world, Serena Williams, who has won 17 Grand Slam titles and remains the favorite to win the U.S. Open for the third year in a row. I wondered, though: Are the American women a stronger force in world tennis than the American men are?

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The Guardian

Russia and economic warfare: RIP the free market new world order
The Guardian
The completion of the seven-year Uruguay Round of trade talks saw tariffs reduced and markets opened up. A supra-national body, the World Trade Organisation, was set up in Geneva to act as the global trade policeman and to facilitate further ...

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Delving Deep Into the Crannies of a Brutal War
New York Times
To put it in terms Zombory-Moldovan might have employed, “No Man's Land” uses a broad canvas to paint the biggest picture possible, while “The Burning of the World” is a compact self-portrait against a background of carnage and disillusionment.



FIBA World Cup 2014 results: USA wins, France-Serbia goes down to the wire
SB Nation
Group A of the 2014 FIBA World Cup is living up to the hype. On Sunday, the match between France and Serbia went down to the wire. The French came out on top with a late free throw by Joffrey Lauvergne that put them over the top and avoided the ...

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