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Hundreds Line Up as Britain’s First Popeyes Opens

LONDON — There were biscuits, just not the kind British people know. “It looks like a scone,” Victoria Ubochi said…

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More Asian countries slowly reopen their borders and welcome vaccinated travelers.

As Asian countries are learning to live with the coronavirus — with the notable exception of China — and gaining…

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Hong Kong’s M+ Museum Is Finally Open. It’s Already in Danger.

HONG KONG — M+, Hong Kong’s sprawling new contemporary art museum, ran into problems from the start. Billed as Asia’s…

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Novak Djokovic Gets His Groove Back in Paris

PARIS — When Novak Djokovic was 7, the world of elite tennis was a distant place, visible only on the…

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For Barbora Krejcikova, Tennis Grew on Her

Barbora Krejcikova of the Czech Republic never dreamed of a pro tennis career. She did not wallpaper her bedroom with…

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Iga Swiatek, Voted a Fan Favorite, Turns to the Finals

Iga Swiatek likes Legos and long books. Both help keep her mentally sharp for the grueling matches she plays on…

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The Future of French Tennis Is About to Pass to the Next Generation

The history of French tennis begins with Suzanne Lenglen and the Four Musketeers — Jean Borotra, Jacques Brugnon, Henri Cochet…

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Paula Badosa, Victoria Azarenka in Surprise Indian Wells Final

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. — Victoria Azarenka’s and Paula Badosa’s tennis seasons did not begin on a high note. Both had…

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U.S. Open Stars Fall at Indian Wells, Which Struggles to Draw a Crowd

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. — With no teenagers and no Daniil Medvedev left in the draw, this tournament will definitely not…

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British Museums Face Covid’s Long-Term Effects

LONDON — The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has one of Britain’s most eccentric collection of treasures. In one…

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