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FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures after being re-elected following a vote to decide on the FIFA presidency in Zurich 29 May 2015 Fifa chief downplays US indictment

Re-elected Fifa president Sepp Blatter plays down US criminal proceedings launched against officials of world football's governing body.

Earth

The answers may not be what you think

Why do people love pets?

The answers may not be what you think

Capital

The super-rich have problems you only wish you had.

Poor, poor billionaires

The super-rich have problems you only wish you had.

Autos

Can Sweden's Wheelys Café upend the gourmet coffee business?

Biker becomes barista

Can Sweden's Wheelys Café upend the gourmet coffee business?

Culture

From a spy spoof to Pixar’s latest

Eight films to watch in June

From a spy spoof to Pixar’s latest

Future

Secrets of multilingual “hyperglots”

How to learn 30 languages

Secrets of multilingual “hyperglots”

Travel

This tiny windowless plane is an adrenaline junkie's dream

'Gorgeous and instantly addictive'

This tiny windowless plane is an adrenaline junkie's dream

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Bjork

Björk: Behind the scenes

A show at MoMA is a must for fans of the Icelandic composer and musician. It draws on various parts of her career, including film, music, costume and performance.

Pick of the week

BBQ

In search of the perfect barbecue

It is a problem that has taxed the finest minds for generations - what’s the best way to smoke meat? Veronique Greenwood meets a man with an intriguing new method.

bUsiness brain

Snacks

The heat is on: Brazil's snack wars

Brazil's botecos are casual bars where the beer is ice cold and the snacks are deep-fried - but these humble venues are the subject of scrutiny in a contest judging the best in Rio.

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