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What's it like to eat at the world's best sushi bar?
Heralded as a Japanese national treasure, Jiro Ono, 86, is the first sushi chef in the world to receive three Michelin stars, and is the proprietor of the world’s most celebrated sushi restaurant, Tokyo’s Sukiyabashi Jiro.

Chinese villagers attack polluting factory, police
Villagers in southwestern China infuriated by a factory that was polluting the environment smashed its offices and equipment, and later clashed with police, underscoring the potential for such concerns to trigger violent unrest.

Russian ambassador blasts Danish media's coverage of Sochi Olympics
Freedom of speech requires professionalism and responsibility, Mikhail Vanin argued

Winter Storm Pax Paralyzes Nation's Busiest Airports, Snarls Roads and Rail
Winter Storm Pax, which is bringing snow to the East Coast a day after sleet, snow and ice bombarded the South, has made travel treacherous and slow in as many as 22 states. By Thursday morning, more than 5,800 domestic and international flights were canceled, according to flight-tracking website, as Pax advanced up the Interstate 95 corridor. The majority of cancelations were out of Atlanta, Philadelphia, Washington and New York area airports.

The French press corps went to the White House and acted like total teenagers
On this side of the Atlantic, it's American visitors who have a reputation for being easily impressed (that and the fanny packs). We, your European hosts, pride ourselves on retaining our cool in the face of your childlike enthusiasm for our monuments — and none more so than the French, who have to put up with higher numbers of excited tourists than possibly anyone else.

Indonesia's Mount Kelud in Java island erupts
An official in Indonesia say thousands of people are being evacuated after Mount Kelud on densely populated Java island erupted.

Torvill and Dean back in Sarajevo after 30 years

Egyptian suspected of carrying explosives on Paris-Venice train
French police have detained an Egyptian national on suspicion of carrying explosives on board a Paris-Venice night train, Besancon prosecutor Alain Saffar told AFP on Thursday.

Thousands of Prius cars recalled in China
SFTM Changchun Fengyue Co, a 50-50 joint venture between Chinese carmaker FAW and Japan's Toyota, will recall 3,210 Prius cars in China due to problems in the control software. The recall will affect vehicles manufactured between Dec 20, 2011 and Jan 28, 2014, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said in an online statement.

Train carrying Canadian oil derails, leaks in Pennsylvania
A 120-car Norfolk Southern Corp train carrying heavy Canadian crude oil derailed and spilled in western Pennsylvania on Thursday, adding to a string of recent accidents that have prompted calls for stronger safety standards.

G-8 Leaders to Meet in Sochi in June for Annual Summit
The lavish Olympic village built by President Vladimir Putin to host the world’s elite athletes will soon host leaders and elite policymakers from the eight largest economies. Leaders of the so-called G-8 will gather in Sochi in early June for their annual summit.



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