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The week in news #178 – 2019SEP16 … 2019SEP22

For this 178th week, another selection of the most relevant world news and articles: students make worldwide climate change protest, USA says they will protect Saudi Arabia from attacks, etc.

As mentioned before, most contents are curated (in either English or Portuguese) via Feedly, LinkedIn Daily Rundown or Wikipedia’s Current Events.

  • Monday, 2019.Sep.16:
    • Reabilitação Urbana: regras vão ser apertadas [Jornal de Negócios]
    • Brexit: Boris Johnson attacked by Luxembourg PM over ‘nightmare’ [BBC]
    • Trump tells Saudi Crown Prince the the US are ready to help [Al Arabiya]
    • FIBA World Cup: Spain win gold medal in 95-75 win over Argentina [News.com.au]
  • Tuesday, 2019.Sep.17:
    • Sarah Thomas: Woman first to swim Channel four times non-stop [BBC]

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  • Wednesday, 2019.Sep.18:
  • Thursday, 2019.Sep.19:
    • Fukushima: Japan court acquits three on criminal charges [Reuters]
    • BMW CFO wants to cut 5000 to 6000 jobs by 2022 [Reuters]
    • Belgian F-16 crash pilot ejects on to power line [BBC]

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  • Friday, 2019.Sep.20:
    • Rudy Giuliani denies asking Ukraine to investigate Biden, before admitting it [CNN]
    • Zero chumba Montijo e alerta para “emissões enormes” de carbono [Público]
    • World begins climate demonstrations with 100.000 in Melbourne [CNN]
    • ‘Save our future’: Striking students demand global climate action [Reuters]
    • Plano de Bolsonaro para povoar Amazónia contra chineses, ONGs e Igreja [The Intercept]
    • My smartphone could never give me what the landline gave my grandmother [Quartz]
    • Millennials are the most lonely generation, survey shows [Inc.]
    • Presentation: Everything you need to know about 5G [Quartz]
  • Sunday, 2019.Mmm.Dd:
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