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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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Isis, a year of the caliphate: Day-to-day life in the 'Islamic State' – where any breach of restrictive, divinely inspired rules is savagely punished

Under Isis, haircuts are a matter of life and death

Patrick Cockburn speaks to Iraqis whose lives were turned upside down when the jihadists took over
Belsen remembered: Seventy years on, the Queen joins German dignitaries and Holocaust survivors at one of the Nazis' most notorious camps

Seventy years on, the world remembers the horror of Belsen

In a solemn gesture of reconciliation, the Queen joins German dignitaries and Holocaust survivors at one of the Nazis’ most notorious camps
Killer plants: A handy guide to the hidden dangers in your garden

Killer plants

A handy guide to the hidden dangers in your garden
The hard stuff: Why concrete is still best for stunning architecture

The hard stuff

Why concrete is still best for stunning architecture
13 best kids' trainers

Footwear for children: 13 best kids' trainers

Whether they need them for PE lessons or for everyday use, we've got hardy pairs that'll last long after they grow out of them
Wimbledon 2015: Nick Bollettieri - Serena's not ready to give up her throne just yet

Nick Bollettieri: Serena's not ready to give up her throne just yet

The world’s most famous tennis coach gives the inside story of some current and former students at Florida’s IMG Academy, which he founded 34 years ago
Novak Djokovic profile: Tennis has come to expect the unexpected from its Renaissance man - and another Wimbledon title could be on cards

Novak Djokovic: Centre Court's Renaissance man

Wimbledon's defending champion is notable not just for his sporting prowess but for his strong character, forged in adversity
Women's World Cup 2015: Canada's beauty will stay with me forever - as will a win against the hosts

Women's World Cup

Canada's beauty will stay with me forever - as will a win against the hosts, says Alex Scott
Keven Mealamu: New Zealand's hooker is hard as nails - but with an arty side

Keven Mealamu: Hard as nails - but with an arty side

The second most-capped All Black of all time on how illustrating children's books helps keep him grounded before big games, like the forthcoming defence of the World Cup
Amama Mbabazi: 'If I didn't fear Idi Amin then, I won't have fear now,' says Uganda's former PM who has a history of bringing down tyrannical rulers

Amama Mbabazi: 'If I didn't fear Idi Amin then, I won't have fear now'

Uganda's former Prime Minister plans to end his erstwhile revolutionary comrade's 29 years of presidential rule
President Obama has joined the sainted fraternity of heckler-squashers

Sainted fraternity of heckler-squashers

After Barack Obama coolly rebuffed a heckler in the White House this week, John Walsh examines the admirable art of dealing with unwanted interruptions
Bring Your Dog To Work Day: Is having a mutt in your meeting productive?

Bring Your Dog To Work Day

Is having a mutt in your meeting productive?
The lost art of eating heart: Cardiac cuisine is muscling in on the nose-to-tail menu

The lost art of eating heart

Cardiac cuisine is muscling in on the nose-to-tail menu
President Obama interviews David Attenborough in unique White House encounter for BBC1

Blue Planet to White House

President Obama interviews David Attenborough in unique encounter for BBC1
Empathy Museum: To understand others, we need to walk in their shoes - literally, says philosopher Roman Krznaric

Empathy Museum: Walk in my shoes

Philosopher Roman Krznaric believes there are few ills that can't be solved with empathy – and he's created a roving Empathy Museum to prove it