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Mounting an offensive
A horse is ridden to the track for a workout at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, Thursday, May 5. The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby is scheduled for Saturday, May 7.
 
Havana streets jammed for Chanel Cuban takeover
Fashionistas and celebrities from around the world flocked beneath klieg lights on a grand Havana colonial avenue transformed into a private runway for French fashion house Chanel.
 
Tripoli cafes offer Libyans taste of normality
Weaving between tables at a seaside restaurant in Libya's capital bearing freshly baked rosemary bread, Abdelmuttaleb Twigiri shuttles between the wood-fired oven and his customers in a blur of hospitality.
 
Student launches new dolls for boys of color
When Jennifer Pierre visits the toy store, she sees shelves of dolls that are mostly girls and mostly white. She wants to change that.
 
Tears of joy shed as first US-Cuba cruise in decades docks
Cuban Americans wept with joy Monday as they stepped onto their parents' homeland off the first U.S. cruise ship to sail to the island in half a century.
 
Last dance: Final performance for Ringling Bros. elephants
The curtain fell a final time for elephants performing at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus as the circus ended a practice that enthralled audiences for two centuries but became caught between animal rights activists' concerns and Americans' shifting views.
 
Qatar's racing camels bred to win
Deep in the Qatari desert, Musharif spends his afternoons "swimming" in a large pool that doubles as a jacuzzi, just one of the perks of being a racing camel.
 
Last week's column on the evolution of India's wine industry over the past three decades noted that a complicated range of taxes made wine very expensive. Indeed, taxes impact heavily on the pocket book of any visitor to that country:
 
Waltz with the stars — or their holograms anyway
You can waltz with Leo, pirouette to "Swan Lake" or join Beyonce on the disco floor. Well, your holograms can, at Tokyo's Madame Tussauds wax museum.
 
Top Paris chef Pierre Gagnaire takes reins at Bordeaux's La Grande Maison
French culinary favorite Pierre Gagnaire is to take over from the world's most Michelin starred chef Joel Robuchon at the luxury hotel and restaurant La Grande Maison in Bordeaux, wine magnate Bernard Magrez said on Thursday.
 
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