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Features & Analysis
Security is being increased to stop illegal immigrants making their way from France to the UK.
The burbot is a "flabby and sour-faced" fish which was a delicacy of 19th Century dinner tables - but it has disappeared from British waters.
The unveiling of a ugly copy of a famously beautiful bust of Queen Nefertiti caused Egyptians to mock the authorities - and the current state of art in the country.
Religion or spirituality is often seen as a taboo topic at work, but some company bosses believe it can help their firms perform better.
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