World and Press - August 2 2018

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  • Trade: Europe and Asia rush to bolster global structure attacked by Trump
  • Food waste: Americans waste about a quarter of the food they buy
  • Environment: Plastic-eating enzyme hailed as breakthrough in recycling
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  • Trade: Europe and Asia rush to bolster global structure attacked by Trump
  • Opinion: Well-reared farm animals can have happy lives (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • India: The ‘love jihad’ hit list (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Food waste: Americans waste about a quarter of the food they buy
  • Miss America: Beauty pageant eliminates swimsuit competition
  • Politics: Democrats hope Asian influx will help in midterm elections
  • Tourism: Colour coding for mountain trails in the Lake District
  • Education: British boarding schools send in the drug dogs
  • Drugs: Blackpool tries to turn the tide on heroin deaths
  • Endangered species: New Zealand rallies to protect its iconic bird (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Nature: How a hipster craze has driven succulent smuggling
  • Africa: Sudden death of ancient baobabs baffles scientists
  • Globalisation: A ‘Silk Road’ trade corridor in Mexico (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Eurozone: As Greece turns a corner, expats stay put
  • Interview: Fashion designer Sir Paul Smith
  • Lifestyle: Beer yoga combines two forms of relaxation
  • Plagiarism: Damien Hirst admits the idea for his spot paintings is stolen
  • Environment: Plastic-eating enzyme hailed as breakthrough in recycling
  • Everyday American etiquette
  • Food: Swedish meatballs were invented in Turkey