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What's the attraction of unfinished art?
The Italian station where migrant travel hopes are dashed
Children who have a good memory are better at telling lies and covering them up, say child psychology researchers.
Lorry drivers ignoring weight restrictions on minor roads are causing "bedlam" in rural communities, the Local Government Association says.
The tragic death of five Irish students in California this week drew attention to a longstanding Irish tradition - a summer of work and travel in the US.
When Islamic State seized Palmyra in Syria, it blew up the Tadmur prison. Soumer Daghastani looks at the history of the jail where political dissidents were once routinely tortured.
He charmed the masses at Baku 2015 - but he wasn't real
The tricks professional singers use to protect their voices
A minor league baseball team in Utah cancels plans for a "Caucasian Heritage Night" in August "in light of recent tragic events", its website says.
Tiger Woods' poor form continues at the US Open but Rory McIlroy makes the cut as Masters champion Jordan Spieth shares the lead.
Brazil striker Neymar will miss the rest of the Copa America after being suspended for four games for a red card against Colombia.
A young man is rescued from the sea, unconscious and seriously injured, after an incident apparently involving a yacht and a RIB boat off the Isle of Wight.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says a solution to Greece's debt crisis must be agreed before Monday's emergency EU summit.
Jason Day collapses with vertigo while coming down a steep hill during round two of the US Open at Chambers Bay.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic says he is ready to attend ceremonies marking 20 years since the Srebrenica massacre.
The US State Department says the number of terror attacks around the world rose by a third in 2014 compared with the previous year.
The man who grows tables and chairs
A designer in Derbyshire says he has found a new and dramatically more efficient way of making furniture.
GB sprinter Asha Philip says the recent attention on double Olympic champion Mo Farah has heaped negativity on the sport.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter backs a proposal for the organisation's top officials to pass integrity checks.