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Pompeii, Capri & the Bay of Naples
Seven Cities of Italy
Burgundy, the River Rhone & Provence
Prague, Budapest and Vienna
Lake Garda
Minoan Crete and Santorini
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Phil Shiner interview: A righter of wrongs in Iraq – or the worst kind of ambulance chaser?

A righter of wrongs in Iraq – or the worst kind of ambulance chaser?

Lawyer who brought al-Sweady abuse claims tells of the threats and vilification he received
William Shakespeare: Experts 'deeply unconvinced' by claims that the earliest portrait of the Bard has been discovered

Is this the Bard I see before me?

Maybe not, say Shakespeare experts
Grief and goldfish: How illegally smuggling 13 pet fish symbolised a journey from Naples to the New World

Grief and goldfish

How illegally smuggling 13 pet fish symbolised a journey from Naples to the New World
Can Bend It Like Beckham succeed in the West End?

Can Bend It Like Beckham succeed in the West End?

It shoots but will it score where other film-to-stage adaptations have failed? We talk to director Gurinder Chadha about the new musical
Moomins on the Riviera: How Tove Jansson's creations beguiled the planet

A night at the Moomins

How Tove Jansson's peaceable creatures made it to the big screen in style
Peru beyond the Inca trail: Join the Peruvian jet-set for vegan restaurants and superlative surfing

Alternative Peru

It's getting cold in Inca country - and time to head north to the surf resort of Mancora
10 best natural body oils

10 best natural body oils

Rejuvenate skin with one of these aromatic pampering products made from gentle, non-synthetic ingredients 
Kei Nishikori interview: Japan's rising son has the hunger to join big league - starting at the French Open

Kei Nishikori interview

Japan's rising son has the hunger to join big league - starting at the French Open
Cesc Fabregas acted the part of the downtrodden for prize of an early holiday

Fabregas acted the part of the downtrodden for prize of an early holiday

The Spaniard was sent off in Chelsea's defeat to West Brom - and headed straight for the south of France
'Total collapse': The fall of Ramadi is Iraq's worst defeat in the war with Isis - and the battle is now on just to defend the road to Baghdad

Isis seizes Ramadi

Battle now is to defend the road to Baghdad
Swift response

Swift response

Who plays who in the new pop video
Ukrainian separatist commander says he is 'ready for more deaths' - and warns that the ceasefire with Kiev won't hold

Rebel commander says he is 'ready for more deaths'

Aleksey Mozgovoi warns ceasefire with Kiev won't hold
How a book about our guts has become a surprise bestseller: Breaking the poo taboo

Breaking the poo taboo

How a book about our guts has become a surprise bestseller
The rise of rapeseed oil: Soaring demand shown in supermarket sales

The rise of rapeseed oil

Soaring demand shown in supermarket sales
Despite regional conflict, Lebanon is planning to become a railway powerhouse once again

Lebanon plans to get back on track with a rail revolution

Amid regional uncertainty, Beirut has the chance to revive its steam-age role as a major hub, reports Robert Fisk