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Canadian graphic artist Matija Erceg reimagines animal products as everyday items.
Millions of litres of waste water have seeped into an underground water supply in Florida.
About 980 million litres of radioactive water have leaked into Florida's main underground source of drinking water, officials say.
Plans to double the penalties for drivers who illegally use mobile phones and a warning over Britain's military capabilities are among Saturday's front page stories.
People caught using mobile phones while driving are to face "much tougher penalties", with fines and points doubling, the UK government has said.
A new cover story in Newsweek magazine details some of the business connections Donald Trump holds with foreign firms, and how it could potentially set up major conflicts of interest for a Trump presidency.
North Carolina police arrest a woman three months after her mother's body was discovered inside a freezer that she sold at a yard sale.
Britain will make a late call whether to play Andy Murray in Saturday's Davis Cup doubles after he loses a five-hour singles epic.
Antonio Conte suffers his first defeat as Chelsea manager as Liverpool move into the top four of the Premier League.
Great Britain's Hannah Cockroft wins her third gold of the 2016 Rio Paralympics comfortably claiming victory in the women's T34 800m final.
Older people are increasingly saving their loved ones from the cost of a funeral by paying in advance - but many families are unaware because they are scared to talk about death.
David Weir says he has "let country and team-mates down" during Rio and is "gutted" to have missed the birth of his fourth child.
France and Germany say the EU has set priorities for renewing itself, despite the tough challenge of Brexit.
The UN is still waiting to deliver aid to the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, four days after a ceasefire came into effect.
The Pentagon says a US air strike has killed one of so-called Islamic State's most senior leaders, information minister Wa'il Adil Hasan Salman al-Fayad.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York is letting visitors sit on a solid gold throne, but only in private.
Two people who sold teeth whitener with 110 times the legal limit of hydrogen peroxide are jailed and a third receives a suspended sentence.
The Republican candidate for US president Donald Trump promises to create 25 million jobs, double growth and cut taxes.
Engineer Naveen Rabelli has completed a 6,000 mile journey from India to the UK in a solar-powered tuk-tuk.
Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart tries his best Italian at his unveiling, as he talks about Pep Guardiola's decision to send him on loan to the Serie A side and his hopes for this season.