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New York Magazine

Trump: If North Korea sanctions don't work, it may be 'very unfortunate' for the world
CNBC
President Donald Trump said Friday "we'll have to see" what the United States will do if sanctions on North Korea fail to deter its nuclear and missile programs. However, he cryptically warned of a potential "phase two," which may prove "very, very ...
Trump: If North Korea Doesn't Obey Me, I Might Punish the Whole WorldNew York Magazine
News from around the worldNEWS.com.au

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Foreign Policy (blog)

The World Bank's Doing Business Indicators Still Work
Foreign Policy (blog)
The World Bank's Doing Business indicators are one of the institution's greatest contributions of the past 50 years. I first described them here in 2013. The United States, as the institution's largest shareholder, should be proud of what these ...



Fox News

Ben Rhodes announces memoir of time in Obama administration called 'The World As It Is'
Fox News
Ben Rhodes announces memoir of time in Obama administration called 'The World As It Is'. By Graham Piro | Washington Free Beacon. Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Comments; Print; Email. Deputy U.S. National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes participates in the ...



Space.com

Made In Space Sets Guinness World Record for Longest 3D-Printed Piece
Space.com
California-based Made In Space earned a Guinness World Record for "World's Longest 3D Printed Nonassembled Piece," company representatives announced Thursday (Feb. 22). That piece is a beam 123 feet 8.25 inches (37.7 meters) long, and it now hangs from ...

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Engadget

'Ghostbusters World' AR game is coming to Android and iOS this year
Engadget
Similar to Apple's own ARKit, Google's version provides a framework to allow app makers bring virtual objects into the real world via compatible phones. Ghostbusters World will apparently get you out and about, battling and capturing hundreds of ghosts ...
Ghostbusters World AnnouncedIGN

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NPR

Bahamas On World Cafe
NPR
Ever since he released his 2009 solo debut Pink Strat, I've always thought of Afie Jurvanen, better known as Bahamas, as a captain of cool breeze sound — easy, inviting and a little sideways. But this time around, Bahamas recruited the rhythm section ...

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The Atlantic

A Week Around the World With The Atlantic
The Atlantic
A liberal order under attack: Last week's Munich Security Conference did little to dispel fears that the Western liberal order is under attack. The failure of world leaders to adequately address global points of conflict such as the Syrian civil war or ...

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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
Mobile World Congress: Why do smartphones look so alike?BBC News
Samsung's latest Galaxy and 5G: What to expect at Mobile World CongressUSA TODAY
Financial Times -CNBC
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BBC News

World's fishing fleets mapped from orbit
BBC News
It's another demonstration of the power of Big Data - of mining a huge batch of statistics to see patterns of behaviour that were simply not apparent before. Computers have crunched 22 billion identification messages transmitted by sea-going vessels to ...
New maps show the utterly massive imprint of fishing on the world's oceansWashington Post
Half of world's oceans now fished industrially, maps revealThe Guardian

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CNNMoney

China's big conglomerates are no longer buying up the world
CNNMoney
Three of China's biggest conglomerates -- Dalian Wanda, HNA and Anbang Insurance -- have spent billions of dollars on deals around the world. Now the Chinese government is worried that they risk overextending themselves, and they are coming under ...

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