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Bonobos skillfully crack nuts with stone hammers like chimpanzees

A first of its kind study found that wild-born, rehabilitated bonobos (Pan paniscus) can be efficient nut-crackers with a skill level not that different from wild chimpanzees.

Newspaper headlines: Brexit dominates Sunday front pages

Theresa May's "Great Repeal Bill" is carried by several papers, while a former minister tells the Observer a "hard Brexit" risks encouraging "bigoted attitudes". Source: BBC

AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets shut down

The AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces were known for trade in drugs, weapons and malware. Source: BBC

Barbuda after Hurricane Irma: A Caribbean paradise lost

The BBC's Laura Bicker is the first journalist to arrive in Barbuda where residents wait to leave. Source: BBC

How to Pick the Best Credit Card, Based on Rewards

A guide to some of the most recommended cards and the online comparison tools to help you choose.

Maria Sharapova: International Tennis Federation tried to make example of me

Maria Sharapova is "starting to think" the International Tennis Federation tried to make an example of her with its two-year doping ban. Source: BBC

US Navy ship and oil tanker collide near Singapore

A search for the Navy sailors is under way after the ship and an oil tanker collide near Singapore. Source: BBC

Barcelona attack suspect named by police as Younes Abouyaaqoub

The hunt for the driver suspected of killing 13 people in Barcelona last week widens across Europe. Source: BBC

Top modelling agent says male models ‘suffer big pay gap’ compared to women

Male models are being paid up to 75% less than women, according to one top modelling agent. Source: BBC

Manchester attack: Georgina Callander and Saffie Roussos among victims

An eight-year-old girl and a college student are among three victims of the suicide bombing to be named. Source: BBC

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Winter Olympics 2018: Men’s hockey, figure skating exhibition gala and more

It's the final weekend of the Pyeongchang Games

Italy’s anti-immigration party “Casa Pound” hopes to be the voice of the new government

Voters go to the polls in Italy next week to choose a new Parliament. Political parties held rallies on Saturday ahead of the national elections on March 4. A far-right anti-immigration party called "Casa Pound" is on the rise in Italy and hoping to have a voice in the new government. Seth Doane reports.

Syria war: UN Security Council approves 30-day ceasefire

Some of the biggest jihadist rebel groups, and their associates, are not covered by the truce. Source: BBC