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World: Syrian rebels say the Iranians they kidnapped were "thugs," whereas Iranian officials deem them pilgrims. Moscow's the Hungry Duck, a bar that had garnered a legendary and bad reputation in the 1990s, is now back with a dose of nostalgia.
New York: In Lucille Ball's hometown, officials want to create a "a year-round national comedic destination for performers, writers and fans alike."
Media & Advertising: Networks try to win over Hispanic viewers who tune in frequently to Spanish-language programming.
Sports: In Brixton, London's "Jamaican outpost," Usain Bolt's win coincided with a yearly street festival and was the day before the 50th anniversary of Jamaica's independence from Britain. Even as Michael Phelps leaves, swimming has rising talent.
Theater: James Corden, who won a Tony for his work in One Man, Two Guvnors, is in high demand.
Opinion: Carolyn Cooper on Jamaica's motto.
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