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National Geographic

Exclusive: Ancient Mass Child Sacrifice May Be World's Largest
National Geographic
Evidence for the largest single incident of mass child sacrifice in the Americas— and likely in world history—has been discovered on Peru's northern coast, archaeologists tell National Geographic. More than 140 children and 200 young llamas appear to ...



NPR

First Listen: Gaz Coombes, 'World's Strongest Man' : NPR
NPR
Gaz Coombes thrives on progress. By the time his former band Supergrass dissolved in 2010, the group had shed its fizzy Britpop roots and grown into a sophisticated outfit hopscotching between all kinds of extroverted sounds: obsidian glam, lush ...

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BBC Sport

2019 World Cup: London Stadium not one of 11 tournament venues
BBC Sport
The 60,000-seat London Stadium is much larger than any UK cricket ground - Lord's has the highest capacity of the World Cup venues with 30,000 seats. The former Olympic Stadium was considered at the request of the International Cricket Council, who ...
ICC releases World Cup 2019 schedulecricket.com.au
ICC World Cup 2019: Full Schedule, date and venueTimes of India
England kick off 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup against South Africa at the Oval on May 30SkySports

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ESPN

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's World Cup return ruled out by Sweden
ESPN
LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be coming out of international retirement to represent Sweden at this summer's World Cup, the nation's football association has announced. Ibrahimovic, who retired from international competition after Euro ...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not play for Sweden at the World CupSkySports
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Sweden striker will not play at Russia World Cup ...BBC Sport

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New York Times

What Refugees Face on the World's Deadliest Migration Route
New York Times
This migration route is not only the most trafficked in the world; it is also the deadliest, with more than 15,000 deaths recorded since 2014. In 2018, more than 550 people have already died or are missing trying to cross the sea. Refugees still pay ...

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The Guardian

Big Daddy – the reboot: the welcome return of the World of Sport ...
The Guardian
Take the Technicolor storytelling of a comic book and combine it with the aerobic elegance of the Cirque du Soleil. Then inject the drama of an EastEnders Christmas special or the high-energy camp of a panto and cram it all into a sweaty lycra singlet ...

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CNBC

These are the top food experiences in the world, according to TripAdvisor
CNBC
Rome, which offers some of the world's best pizza, pasta and gelato, has long been known as a foodie destination, so it's no surprise that the top food experience on TripAdvisor is the "Rome Food Tour by Sunset around Prati District," operated by the ...

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The Economist (blog)

For farmers in the developing world, geography is not destiny
The Economist (blog)
Messrs Adamopoulos and Restuccia analysed 30 years of geographic data from the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation, covering some 9m individual plots of land in 162 countries. The authors found that rich countries (the top 10% by GDP per person) are ...



Bloomberg

The World's Lithium King Is Ready to Unleash a Flood of New ...
Bloomberg
A little-known Chilean company that until recently churned out mostly crop nutrients may hold a key to the future of electric-vehicle production. And a Chinese mining company is standing ready, poised to grab a big piece of it. Soc. Quimica & Minera de ...

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The Guardian

10 of the world's best book towns
The Guardian
According to Guinness World Records, Livraria Bertrand in Lisbon is the world's oldest bookshop still in operation. It was established in 1732 (though it moved in 1755 after earthquake damage, before returning to Rua Garrett in the Chiado area) by ...


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