Celebrations in full swing after the No vote.
The referendum is a victory against the political class that has driven Greece to the brink, and the eurocrats who refused to help.
Audrey Hepburn photographed wearing Givenchy by Norman Parkinson, 1955.
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She broke the stereotype and redefined style and class. Her image exuded innocence and honesty that spoke to women across generations.
The No vote won it.
Academic experts respond to the No vote in Greece's referendum on whether or not to accept a bailout offer from their international creditors.
Greece is set to become the first advanced economy to default on the IMF in its 71-year history.
Alexis Tsipras has called a referendum of Greece’s bailout offer.
Austerity has crippled the Greek economy and Greek society. To accept more is a decision that should be given to the Greek people.
François Hollande addresses the press at the Elysée Palace.
Cuts to surveillance and questions about French values were problem even before the attack near Lyon.
Head to head.
What you need to know about the IMF and its approach to negotiations over a Greek bailout.
Rom-com with a twist?
The recently released Les Combattants is just the latest addition to a fast-expanding body of Hollywood-style rom-coms to come out of France.
Is a person more than their brain?
The science behind an Italian doctor's plans to give a man a whole new body might be advanced, but philosophers have been asking what makes a person for centuries.
What is Greece all about? Bearded philosophers? Caryatids? Spartans?
Our current turn towards ancient Greece touches on a fundamental nerve in modern society.
The end of privacy?
Israel is suspected of spying on Iran's nuclear talks using a virus to hack the devices that are all around us.
Napoleon’s step-daughter Hortense and his second wife Marie-Louise.
Two centuries on, the history of the battle and our understanding of it should by no means be a predominantly male affair.
He who shoots first gets frozen longest.
If frogs can freeze and live to tell the tale, why can't humans?
Just you wait.
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There's much more to the naked male bodies of these programmes than the simple titillation that meets the eye.
The sun is setting on UK wind power – or is that a new dawn?
The proposed Energy Bill ends wind power subsidies and toughens planning regulations. But it's not all bad news for the industry.
The Plumb-Pudding in Danger: The greatest political cartoon ever.
From a vertically challenged Napoleon to a drunken prince, James Gillray inspired cartoonists for centuries.
Women at the top of their game.
For every woman at the peak of the academic ladder there are many others who have been left behind.
Vive la Résistance.
When he interred four anti-racist and secularist icons in Paris's Panthéon, François Hollande perhaps hoped some of their legacy would rub off on him.
Academic experts break down the bills in the Queen's speech and get to grips with the new Conservative government's agenda.
What there’s not enough of.
Since the heady talk of a "march of the makers" in 2011, UK industrial policy has been patchy at best. No wonder the trade deficit is at its widest ever.