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‘The Origin of the World’ by Gustave Courbet is housed at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris

Frédéric Durand-Baïssas says Gustave Courbet’s oil on canvas of a woman’s genitalia deserves to be shared

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Ireland could become the first country to legalise same-sex marriage by popular vote
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Alison Brittain is moving to Whitbread from Lloyds's retail division
Alison Brittain moves to Whitbread from role as head of Lloyds's retail division
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Beating was caught on camera by friends
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Switching to an organic diet would provide an antioxidant boost equivalent to one to two extra portions of fruit and vegetables a day, according to research
Soil Association chief says farming is too reliant on fossil fuels
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Adult dating website hacked for data of nearly 4 million users
Even deleted account holders at risk of exposure
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The crocodile measured in at 13ft
VIDEO Croc is 128th 'salty' to be caught in Darwin harbour in the past year
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An Army bomb disposal expert inspects an unexploded Second World War bomb in Wembley
Builders unearth 100lb Nazi munition near Wembley Stadium
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Aucklanders fear the influx of Australians is pushing up house prices
Political instability at home and their neighbours' booming economy has led to an exodus across the Tasman Sea
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Pro-equality Scouts rally in Washington
Robert Gates, who helped end 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell', says position is 'unsustainable'
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The Rev Hayley Young of Hayling Island Baptist Church explains her HIV to her constituents in a YouTube video.
Hayley Young from Hayling Island Baptist Church was asked about her hair loss
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Frank Jensen, the Lord Mayor of Copenhagen
Frank Jensen accused the company of 'social dumping'
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Anis Abid Sardar become the first person to be convicted in a UK court for playing a role in the bloody Iraqi insurgency
Device built by Anis Abid Sardar killed Sergeant First Class Randy Johnson in 2007
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Carrefour supermarket, on June 14, 2013 in Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois
Shops forced to donate products to charity or send for recycling
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F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone

F1 chief is taking legal action against HM Revenue & Customs

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Police chiefs pledged to “create a new system” to tackle dowry violence. Image posed by model
17-year-old was held for 'perverting the course of justice'
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The Armed Forces may undershoot their target of 20,000 job cuts by 2020
Low morale and cuts have increased numbers of troops wanting to leave

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Australia's first-ever Eurovision entrant

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Join the tequila gold rush

The spirit has gone from a cheap shot to a multi-billion pound product
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Make an impact and transform a room with a conversation-starting pattern
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The end of an era across the continent

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Bin Laden documents released: Papers reveal his obsession with attacking the US and how his failure to keep up with modern jihad led to Isis

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Released Bin Laden documents reveal obsession with attacking United States
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Medécins Sans Frontières's life hacks

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Same-sex marriage

As date looms, the Irish ask - how would God vote?
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The Mafia is going freelance

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