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Czech kitty cafe boom combines soothing strokes with java jolts
Nox sniffs curiously at a cup of creamy Vienna coffee and a plate of chocolate cake, then leaps off the table into the lap of a young woman, an afternoon visitor to Prague's oldest cat cafe.
 
Emojimania: Fans and brands crying tears of joy
When it comes to emojis, the future is very, very ... Face with Tears of Joy.
 
In Minneapolis, bellying up for ... tap water
It's a bar that serves nothing but tap water. For free.
 
Obama too popular in Cuba for 'Rogues' Gallery'
Barack Obama will be on a whirlwind tour of Havana hotspots in the next few days. But one place not on his itinerary is Cuba's "Rogues' Gallery" lampooning U.S. presidents.
 
French chef rises to gluten-free challenge
A top French chef has transformed her Michelin-starred restaurant in Provence into a gluten-free haven after teaming up with her daughter, a trained chemist who suffers from celiac disease.
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Has France finally reclaimed Joan of Arc's ring? Historians skeptical
A ring thought to belong to France's most famous historical martyr, Joan of Arc, was unveiled on Sunday at a theme park, even as historians remained skeptical about its authenticity.
 
The latest Los Angeles thrill ride has arrived -- a glass slide that will jut from a skyscraper 300 meters above the ground.
 
Pope Francis is expanding his presence on social media with an Instagram account.
 
A Dutch adventure company has come under fire for a tourist attraction challenging visitors to escape from a bunker that includes a secret annexe built to look like the Amsterdam apartment where Anne Frank hid from the Nazis with her family.
 
Runner aims to cover 1,000 miles, 7 deserts in 7 weeks
Long-distance runners are water-obsessed by necessity, but Mina Guli is on another level. She's trying to run more than 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers) through seven deserts on seven continents in seven weeks to raise awareness of worldwide water shortages.
 
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