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PRI's The World: 07/22/2016 A shooting attack in Munich has resulted in several deaths at a shopping mall. Also, "Americanism, not globalism" was how Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump described his party's credo Thursday night. But what exactly does "Americanism" mean? Plus, a couple of food stalls in Singapore earn the famed Michelin stars.
PRI's The World: 07/21/2016 Donald Trump is getting ready to accept the Republican nomination for president of the United States. We'll take a close look at what a Trump presidency might mean for some major foreign policy issues, from NATO to Gitmo. There will also be conversations about his stances on climate change and global trade. Plus, we'll hear views on Trump and his proposed policies from Mexico, Nigeria and China.
PRI's The World: 07/20/2016
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Ansbach explosion: Bomber pledged allegiance to IS Video showing the Syrian man who blew himself up in Ansbach, Germany, pledging allegiance to so-called Islamic State is found on his phone, officials say.
Yahoo sold to US telecoms giant Verizon US internet firm Yahoo will be sold to American telecoms giant Verizon Communications for $5bn (3.8bn) in cash.
Shanghai noodle shop faces down 'cartel' How one man faced the wrath of a "cartel" in Shanghai - and became a social media hero - by opening a noodle shop too close to existing ones.
Verizon to purchase Yahoo for $4.8 billion
The phone company is vying for Yahoo users in an effort to ramp up digital ad revenue.
In Texas, kids learn money doesn't grow on trees
From stores to a bank and radio station ? in Enterprise City, kids run it all.
Paid internships more likely to lead to job offers
A new survey shows unpaid internships may not lead to jobs as often as paid ones.
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