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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Retired game-show host and animal rights advocate Bob Barker is opening a new area for five HIV-infected chimpanzees at a sanctuary in northwestern Louisiana.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jack White is musing on his latest color scheme.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Don't let Mark Ruffalo's serene demeanor fool you. He admits there's a bit of an Incredible Hulk temper lurking underneath.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — After missing last year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival because she was roughly eight months pregnant, singer-songwriter Theresa Andersson is thrilled to be back this year — and just in time to perform songs from her new album, "Street Parade."
PARIS (AP) — The only known draft pages of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic children's book "The Little Prince" are on display at a Paris auction house, ahead of their sale this month.
LONDON (AP) — Isaac Densu lives in Broadwater Farm, a large, concrete public housing project in Tottenham, the gritty district where last year's British riots began. Unemployment is high and young people face many temptations to get into trouble.
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — A Tunisian court on Thursday convicted the head of a private TV station for disrupting public order and violating moral values by airing an animated film that some religious leaders say insults Islam.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The research subjects were unlikely for a university thesis: Drummer, Filf, Misery, Nail and Ripper, among others.
SINGAPORE (AP) — Korean entertainer Kim Hyun-joong plans to kick off his "2012 Asia Fan Meeting Tour" by high-fiving all 3,000 people expected to turn up — a first for a pop star visiting Singapore.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An online ad featuring Ashton Kutcher as an Indian man has been pulled offline after viewers called it racist.