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  • 50 Best Restaurants: The U.S. did better than you think, and where Thomas Keller ate after

    50 Best Restaurants: The U.S. did better than you think, and where Thomas Keller ate after
    An American restaurant may not have walked off with the top spot on this year's World's 50 Best Restaurants list awards, which was sponsored by San Pellegrino and held in London on Sunday night, but the United States tied with France for most...
  • Lionel Messi blames L.A. organizers for cancellation of charity event

    Lionel Messi blames L.A. organizers for cancellation of charity event
    Talk about Messi situations. Hours after it was announced that Wednesday's charity soccer match featuring Argentina's Lionel Messi at the Los Angeles Coliseum had been canceled, Messi went on Facebook and gave his side of the story. "Disappointed by...
  • Lionel Messi fans show up at Coliseum for canceled charity game even though he doesn't

    Lionel Messi fans show up at Coliseum for canceled charity game even though he doesn't
    Soccer star Lionel Messi wasn't the only one left disappointed when a dispute with promoters led to the cancellation of his charity exhibition scheduled for Wednesday night at the Coliseum. Among the approximately 20,000 ticket holders left high and dry...
  • See the world: In Peru, nice day for a wet wedding

     
    Every day on WorldNow, we highlight a remarkable shot from somewhere in the world. Today's shot comes from Ventanilla, Peru. This is the second year that the Peruvian city has organized a group wedding in a pool on Valentine's Day, the Associated Press...
  • International Women's Day: What's happening around the world

     
    women, human rights, International Women's day, equality: It's International Women's Day. The event, born of the socialist movement in the United States the early 1900s, has spread across the world in the century since. But the day looks very different...
  • Indian Maoists release Italian hostage after nearly a month

     
    Italian hostage Maoist India: Italian hostage released by Maoists in India after nearly a month in captivity....
  • Peru miners rescued; kidnappers hold gas-field workers

     
    Nine Peruvian miners trapped for six days in the collapse of a copper mine were rescued Wednesday, most walking out under their own power and wearing sunglasses against the light....
  • The Global Garden: Yacon, Peruvian sweet root

     
    To some gardeners, it's yacon. To others, Peruvian sweet root. Still others call it Peruvian ground apple, a tuberous crop that can grow to huge proportions....
  • Peru ministers resign over antidrug sweep

     
    Peru's ministers of interior and defense resign after coming under criticism for a monthly anti drugs sweep that left 10 police and soldiers dead....
  • Charles Taylor's defense lawyers call 80-year sentence 'excessive'

     
    Charles Taylor's defense lawyers says 80 years jail "excessive": Defense lawyers for former Liberian president, Charles Taylor, convicted of last month of war crimes, said Friday the 80-year jail sentence sought by the prosecution was too harsh. Taylor,...
  • Mo-Chica to open May 30: Here's the menu

     
    Ricardo Zarate says he's looking forward to grilling paiche, an Amazonian river fish that can weigh up to 500 pounds, in his new kitchen at downtown Mo-Chica, set to open May 30. The original Mo-Chica located in the Mercado de......