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World's last male northern white rhino getting dating help from Tinder
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The world's last male northern white rhino has joined the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts make a last-chance breeding effort to keep his species alive. "I don't mean to be too forward, but the fate of the species literally depends on me," the ...
World's Loneliest Guy Gets Help From TinderNewser

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USA TODAY

Arizona dominates US News and World Report's rankings of the nation's best high schools
USA TODAY
Four schools in Arizona placed in the top five spots in U.S. News and World Report's much-watched rankings of the nation's high schools. BASIS Scottsdale topped the list, followed by BASIS Tucson North at No. 2 and BASIS Oro Valley at No. 3. The BASIS ...
City schools dominate U.S. News & World Report annual rankingNew York Daily News

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BBC News

'World's oldest fungus' raises evolution questions
BBC News
Fungus-like life forms have been found in rocks dating back 2.4 billion years. The fossils, drilled from rocks that were once beneath the seafloor, resemble living fungi. Scientists say the discovery could push back the date for the oldest fungi by one ...

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Telegraph.co.uk

Why are world stocks at a record high - and how much longer will rally last?
Telegraph.co.uk
The MSCI All-Country World Index, a gauge of global stocks, stormed to a fresh lifetime high for a second consecutive trading session, as Monday's relief rally sparked by centrist Emmanuel Macron's victory in the first round of the French presidential ...
France elections: Le Pen steps aside as National Front leaderBBC News
Tight, tense French presidential vote echoes around worldABC News
French presidential election: first round results in charts and mapsThe Guardian
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New York Times

Let the World Condemn Duterte
New York Times
A 17-year-old a few hours after she was killed by masked gunmen in Quezon City, Philippines, in 2016. Credit Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times. A Filipino lawyer formally asked the International Criminal Court on Monday to charge President ...
Father of former Miss World Philippines latest victim in Duterte's war on drugsTelegraph.co.uk

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BBC Sport

World Championship 2017: Ding Junhui takes charge against Ronnie O'Sullivan
BBC Sport
World number four Ding Junhui dominated the second session of his World Championship quarter-final with Ronnie O'Sullivan to take a 10-6 lead. Having shared eight frames in the opening session the pair began Tuesday evening by winning a frame each.
Mark Selby storms into four-frame lead against Marco Fu in world quarter-finalThe Guardian

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Bloomberg

World's Biggest Stock Markets Haven't Been This Split Since 2008
Bloomberg
Chinese officials have mainly kept mainland stocks on a tight rein after routs in mid-2015 and the start of 2016 reverberated through world financial markets. Until Monday's 1.4 percent slump, the Shanghai Composite Index hadn't fallen more than 1 ...

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The Guardian

World markets hit new highs on Macron relief rally and Trump tax plans - as it happened
The Guardian
Over in Berlin, Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka is rubbing shoulders with some of the world's most powerful women, at the W20 women's empowerment summit. The event, backed by the G20 group of advanced economies, is aiming to increase women's ...
Angela Merkel introduces Ivanka to the elite world of power women — and gains a back channel to TrumpNational Post
Ivanka Trump forced to defend father at G20 women's summitBBC News

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The Independent

Russia building 'world's biggest aircraft carrier' to compete with US
The Independent
Russia is reportedly planning to build the “world's biggest aircraft carrier” in a bid to bolster its defences and compete with American Nimitz-class ships. The Shtorm craft will be able to carry up to 90 combat aircraft and could cost up to $17.5bn ...

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BBC Sport

World Snooker Championship
BBC Sport
Wilson's bad decision. Posted at 14:15. World Championships: Why would he do that!? - John Virgo Kyren Wilson makes a "bad decision", allowing John Higgins to retake a shot and ultimately claim the frame in their quarter-final at the World Championship.

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