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Artist Tessa Farmer’s tiny sculptures from dead insects

Artist Tessa Farmer explains why she creates miniature sculptures made from dead insects. Source: BBC

French president: I believe Trump will exit Iran deal

But the French president said if the U.S. decides to get rid of the Iran deal, it will be a mistake

Amesbury poisoning: Russia using UK as ‘dumping ground’

The home secretary calls on Russia to explain the Novichok poisoning after two people were exposed to it. Source: BBC

Belhaj rendition: UK apology over Libyan dissident treatment

The UK admits its actions contributed to the kidnap of Abdul Hakim Belhaj and his pregnant wife and his torture. Source: BBC

Calais migrants: Hundreds moved from ‘Jungle’ camp

Almost 2,000 migrants are bussed from the "Jungle" in Calais as the controversial camp is cleared. Source: BBC

Cousin: Polish truck driver fought terrorist “to the end”

Poland’s prime minister calls 37-year-old Lukasz Urban “the first victim of this heinous act of violence," after he was found shot to death

Ben Needham search area in Kos filmed from above

Police show the area they are searching for the body of Ben Needham, with the aid of drone footage. Source: BBC

Bees can do basic arithmetic

Researchers set out to test whether bees could do math, building on a groundbreaking finding that bees understand the concept of zero. The new study shows bees can be taught to recognize colors as symbolic representations for addition and subtraction, and use this information to solve arithmetic problems. The revelation that even the miniature brain of a honeybee can grasp basic mathematical operations has implications for the future development of AI.

If Iraqi-Kurdish tension blows up, Kirkuk will be the fuse

CBS News’ Charlie D’Agata explains the mounting tension in northern Iraq threatening a delicate U.S. alliance

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