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Camille Claudel: The French sculptor who broke moulds for women in art

Pioneering figure's talents were only recognised for their quality and emotional depth after her death in 1943

Pigs recorded using tools for first time

Endangered species of swine observed using sticks and a spatula to dig nests

On the Champs-Elysees last week, police violence was out of control

Hundreds of canisters rained down on thousands of people who were celebrating the Algeria national football team progressing towards the final of the Africa Cup of Nations. Among them were families with toddlers in pushchairs

This is how close Notre Dame came to collapsing

Fire fighters recall fearing giant bells held by thin wooden beams could act as wrecking balls

Fleas force evacuation of police station

Several officers have suffered bites

Killing off animals and plants threatens humanity, UN experts warn

Up to a million species facing extinction in the world’s sixth mass die-off – as big a risk as climate change, say scientists