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Engadget

6 things to expect from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
The Verge
The Galaxy S9 is the latest in a long line of Samsung flagship phones to launch at Mobile World Congress. Over the years, Nokia, HTC, Sony, and LG have all competed with Samsung for the spotlight, but this year all the leaks, hype, and interest have ...
The Morning After: Mobile World Congress previewEngadget
Five things to watch at Mobile World CongressFinancial Times
Sources: There is a “Nokia 8 Pro” powered by Snapdragon 845 in works tooNokiapoweruser
Naija Android Arena
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The Guardian

Why I, Tonya is a game changer in the world of female sports movies
The Guardian
In Girlfight (2000), Michelle Rodriguez is told: “No girl has what it takes to be a boxer.” For women, making it in a male sport is invariably the story. The very title of Penny Marshall's A League of Their Own (1992) is the verbal equivalent of a ...

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Los Angeles Times

Russian blessing: Teenagers Zagitova and Medvedeva are on top of the world in figure skating
Los Angeles Times
Alina Zagitova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia performs her gold medal-winning routine Saturday in the women's free skate at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games. (Roberto Schmidt / Getty Images). Alina Zagitova and Evgenia Medvedeva were in a class by ...
Brilliant 15-year-old saves Russians at OlympicsNew York Post

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NPR

Amnesty International Finds Human Rights Deteriorating Around The World
NPR
The report covering 159 countries claims that increasingly world leaders are "undermining the rights of millions," either by turning a blind eye to violations of human rights or by perpetrating them. Amnesty cites Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte ...
World leaders abandoning human rights: AmnestyAljazeera.com
Amnesty International Annual Report 2017/18Amnesty International

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ABC News

Djibouti seizes control of DP World's container terminal
ABC News
The statement blamed the seizure on DP World's refusal to "settle amicably," likely a reference to international arbitration between the port firm and Djibouti, a nation of 865,000 people slightly smaller than the U.S. state of New Jersey. DP World ...
DP World accuses Djibouti of illegally seizing container terminalFinancial Times

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New York Times

Neanderthals, the World's First Misunderstood Artists
New York Times
It's long been an insult to be called a Neanderthal. But the more these elusive, vanished people have been studied, the more respect they've gained among scientists. On Thursday, a team of researchers offered compelling evidence that Neanderthals bore ...
Symbolic use of marine shells and mineral pigments by Iberian Neandertals 115,000 years ago | Science AdvancesScience Magazine
Homo neanderthalensis | The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins ProgramSmithsonian's Human Origins - Smithsonian Institution

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The Guardian

Blockchain could reshape our world – and the far right is one step ahead
The Guardian
But there's a big question at the heart of that community: what might a world built with the help of blockchain technology look like? Unchain, a large bitcoin and blockchain convention based in Hamburg, seems to have a potential answer. Along with ...



BBC News

Barnaby Joyce: Australia's Scandal-hit deputy PM to resign
BBC News
Barnaby Joyce says he will resign as Australia's deputy prime minister following a politically damaging saga that began with his affair with a former staffer. Mr Joyce said he would step down on Monday as leader of the Nationals, the junior government ...

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Futurism

Using Statistics to Predict the Next World War
Futurism
It's been more than 70 years since the last major world war. In fact, both World War I and World War II occurred within just a thirty-year period. Although there has been significant interstate conflict in the decades since, we have not had a global ...

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CNBC

Cybercrime 'pandemic' may have cost the world $600 billion last year
CNBC
The global cost of cybercrime has now reached as much as $600 billion — about 0.8 percent of global GDP — according to a new report. More worrying than that figure may be the massive growth from 2014, when the same analysis showed the cost was only ...

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