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Italy’s New ‘Sardines’ Movement Packs Piazzas to Protest Far-Right Leader

Italy’s New ‘Sardines’ Movement Packs Piazzas to Protest Far-Right Leader A liberal, grass-roots movement aims to support civility, equality and a candidate to undercut Matteo Salvini’s anti-migrant rhetoric.

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Belgian Carnival Removed From UNESCO List Over Anti-Semitic Imagery

Belgian Carnival Removed From UNESCO List Over Anti-Semitic Imagery The Aalst carnival has been criticized for depicting Jews with sidecurls and oversize noses atop piles of money.

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Liverpool Still Has a Long Way to Go

Liverpool Still Has a Long Way to Go Next week’s trip to the Club World Cup comes amid a grueling few weeks for the Premier League leaders.

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The World Wants More Danish TV Than Denmark Can Handle

The World Wants More Danish TV Than Denmark Can Handle The streaming boom has led to huge international demand for shows from this tiny country, but there aren’t enough professionals to produce them.

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For African Migrants, Hope and a Home in a Vacant French School

For African Migrants, Hope and a Home in a Vacant French School With a record number of asylum seekers, France is getting tough on immigration. But 450 squatters find shelter in a school building in Lyon.

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Chasing for Years, Ernie Els Has Tiger Woods Right Where He Wants Him

Chasing for Years, Ernie Els Has Tiger Woods Right Where He Wants Him Els has been in Woods’s shadow all week at the Presidents Cup, just as he was for much of his playing career. But he has also has built a team that might help him beat his old rival.

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How Labour’s Working-Class Vote Crumbled and Its Nemesis Won the North

How Labour’s Working-Class Vote Crumbled and Its Nemesis Won the North The Labour Party’s devastating defeat in an ex-stronghold has grave consequences for a party: Its two wings — older and working class and urban and educated — appear to have irreconcilable differences.

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For Scotland and Northern Ireland, a Weakening of Ties

For Scotland and Northern Ireland, a Weakening of Ties Both strongly opposed Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan. With that now a certainty, independence is in the air, particularly in Scotland.

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Tony Brooker, Pioneer of Computer Programming, Dies at 94

Tony Brooker, Pioneer of Computer Programming, Dies at 94 After meeting Alan Turing, Mr. Brooker went to work at the University of Manchester and wrote the programming language for the first commercial computer.

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Battered U.K. Labour Party Ponders Next Move, as Corbyn Plans Exit

Battered U.K. Labour Party Ponders Next Move, as Corbyn Plans Exit Labour’s most left-wing leader in a generation suffered a crushing defeat, leaving his party questioning where it heads next.

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