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Iran's Jews on life inside Israel's 'enemy state'

Despite its often turbulent dealings with Israel, Iran has one of the world's largest and longest-established Jewish communities - and it's growing. Kim Sengupta reports from Tehran on their intriguing relationship with the country's establishment

will.i.am reveals dial - his new smart wrist device

Musician and entrepreneur will.i.am likes dabbling in technology – not always to critical acclaim. But now his 'dial', a manly new wrist device, might change all that. David Phelan meets him and puts it to the test

Portfolio: Andi Schmied

It's just a typical teenage vignette: a girl sits in a shopping mall slurping on a soft drink before heading off on a date. No matter that the subject, Tel Aviv octogenarian Rosi Star, is, in fact, more than a few years out of school. She had, as photographer Andi Schmied discovered, youth to burn. "One of my favourite things she said to me was how annoying her grandchildren were. She said they were always calling her, and how did they think she had time [to speak] to them?"

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