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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

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

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

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

Hurricane Irma bears down on Turks and Caicos islands

The Turks and Caicos await Hurricane Irma, which has left a trail of destruction in the Caribbean. Source: BBC

Brexit: Seaborne Freight no-deal ferry contract scrapped

The government says it has ended a controversial contract with a ferry company that had no ships. Source: BBC

North Korea: New UN sanctions an act of war

It condemns the latest US-backed United Nations moves against its missile and nuclear programmes. Source: BBC

Jerusalem status: World condemns Trump’s announcement

International criticism grows over Donald Trump's move to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Source: BBC

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