Judaism documents the expulsion and suffering of Jewish people through its festivals and commemorations. There is a strong theme of resilience but an ever-present dread, which too often has proven justified. Read more
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A kitchen shrine adorned with serpents, a bakery, human skeletons, exquisite frescos, and yes, a picture of something that looks very much like pizza. These are among the new finds being turned up at the Pompeii Archaeological Park. Read more
A year-long BBC investigation has uncovered a sadistic global monkey torture ring stretching from Indonesia to the United States. Read more
Evidence of potential human rights abuses may be lost after being deleted by tech companies, the BBC has found. Read more
Last year, Kris Kashtanova typed instructions for a graphic novel into a new artificial-intelligence program and touched off a high-stakes debate over who created the artwork: a human or an algorithm. Read more
A high school student has stabbed a teacher to death in a school in the French town of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Read more
The evolutionary secrets of a 230-million-year-old fossil reptile have been revealed, after a century of it being "locked inside a block of stone". Read more
When an asteroid slammed into what is now the Gulf of Mexico 66 million years ago, wiping out the dinosaurs, did it have a companion? Read more
A trial took place at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham last weekend to see whether esports could take their place alongside traditional sports like swimming and athletics. Read more
Japanese police are turning to tranquiliser guns in an attempt to stem the tide of wild monkey attacks that have been terrorising residents. Read more