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  • ESPN To Air All XFL Games Live Via Digital Platform Across Europe, Middle East & Africa

    ESPN is set to air every XFL game via its digital platform across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Disney-owned broadcaster will air more than 40 games from the nascent league, which has been resurrected by WWE chief Vince McMahon as a bid to satisfy year-round viewer appetite for football, outside of the States. [

    Deadline
  • Democrats are stealing old ideas from Europe just as Europe abandons them

    As America’s Democratic presidential candidates promote programs borrowed from Europe’s traditional left, Europeans are increasingly pushing back against them. Following an election last Sunday in Germany’s Thuringia state, members of Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic party accused the chancellor (in power since 2005) of dragging the party too far leftward, blaming her for the loss to

    New York Post
  • Innovate: Africa

    These ideas and technological innovations from Africa could change our world in the future.

    CNN
  • The anthropologist's Africa – in pictures

    British colonial anthropologist Northcote Thomas took thousands of photographs and sound recordings of men, women and children in west Africa between 1909 and 1915. Unseen for more than 100 years, some feature in award-winning short Faces|Voices, in which Londoners respond to the faces of these people. Here’s a selection of the original images Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Arlington Turkey Trot

    Register today for the Arlington Turkey Trot and do some “puffin’ for stuffin’” on Thanksgiving morning at Globe Life Park!

    arlingtonturkeytrot.org
  • Vodafone offers Europe up to OpenRAN

    LIVE FROM TIP SUMMIT 2019, AMSTERDAM: Vodafone Group took a giant leap forward in its

    Mobile World Live
  • Europe On A Geopolitical Fault Line

    Europe On A Geopolitical Fault Line Authored by Ana Palacio via Project Syndicate, China has begun to build a parallel international order, centered on itself. If the European Union aids in its construction – even just by positioning itself on the fault line between China and the United States – it risks toppling key pillars of its own edifice and, eventually, collapsing altogether. Two months ago, in his address to the United Nations General Assembly, UN...

    Zero Hedge