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Infantino said to favour World Cup with 16 groups of three
Reuters India

Infantino said to favour 48-team World Cup

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has changed his mind again over his plans for the future of the World Cup and has now recommended a 48-team tournament with 16 groups of three, a source in soccer's governing body said on Wednesday. Infantino's ... RTE Online, 12 hours ago
Infantino seeks 48-team, 16-group World Cup Deutsche Welle, 13 hours ago
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BBC

Three-team groups in expanded World Cup

Future World Cup finals will feature 16 groups of three countries in a 48-team tournament, if Fifa president Gianni Infantino gets his wish. Infantino, who became head of Fifa in February, previously spoke of expanding the World Cup from 32 teams ...
 BBC14 hours ago World Cup finals format: Three-team groups & 48 finalists in Gianni Infantino plan  BBC11 hours ago Fifa boss wants three teams per group in expanded World Cup finals  BBC14 hours ago

Climate Council report warns of longer, more intense fire seasons in southeast Australia

ELEANOR HALL: While Tasmanians are still reeling from the impact of that fire in the World Heritage area, the Climate Council is warning that Australians in the ACT and New South Wales need to prepare for more intense and longer fire seasons in ...
 ABC Online5 hours ago
Farmer's Weekly

Council Stresses Importance of Soil Health on World Soil Day

BEAUSEJOUR, MB , Dec. 5, 2016 /CNW/ -Soil is the backbone of Canadian agriculture. It produces our food. It cleans our air and water. It sustains us. Although we have made great strides to conserve it, the threats to soil health continue to evolve.
 Canada NewsWire2 days ago World Soil Day: conserve this precious resource  Farmer's Weekly2 days ago

The combined home and office the future of housing

DID you know that Australia is ranked as being one of the world's worst countries for commuters? A survey of the commute times for 110 countries found Australians will drive an average of 420,695km, or the equivalent of more than 10 times around the ...
 Al anwar4 days ago Is this the future of housing?  Brisbane Courier-Mail1 week ago
Arab News

King seeks world action to end Syria bloodshe...

MANAMA: Regional security and economy top the list of issues being discussed at the two-day Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit taking place in the Bahraini capital. In the opening session of the 37th GCC summit, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques ...
 Dotemirates.com1 day ago

CompTIA Announces New Space Enterprise Council Leadership

Names Industry Veterans Matthew Jones, Chair and Susan Nelson, Vice Chair Washington, D.C. CompTIA , the world's leading technology association, today announced the appointment of two new executive council members to its Space Enterprise Council ...
 CompTIA6 days ago
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Road repairs to nukes, robots are the future

The idea of robots taking over the world is no more confined to science fiction. Robotics is growing fast enough to occupy central space in dealing with daily issues such as carrying out repair work in our homes to studying stomach linings. The Institute of ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago
catchnews.com

In Quito, the world meets to discuss the future of cities

As the global population grows from seven to nearly ten billion by 2050, we will need to build the equivalent of a city of one million people every five days to house them. The world already has ten cities with more than 20 million inhabitants, including ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Glimpse of the future for red meat

IMAGINE a world where feedlot induction staff might wear glasses through which holograms of animals are beamed so they can detect diseases or defects. Or an invisible microwave ray could zap external microbiological diseases in cattle or meat. ...
 The Land Australia9 hours ago
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