And Finally...

Top images of news that made headlines around the world this past week.
Humans instinctively perceive a phone caller's body size and attractiveness from the frequency and voice quality
Wines from the French presidential cellar will be auctioned off in Paris next month with 1,200 bottles on offer.
Four new vehicles were donated to Meals on Wheels and it means needy people will be getting free meals a lot faster.
The first peregrine falcons to be born in Paris since the end of the 19th century have hatched at the top of a giant heating tower close to the Eiffel Tower
Somalis may soon be receiving letters from abroad for the first time in more than 20 years after a deal was struck with the United Nations' postal agency.
The job is primarily based at Buckingham Palace but the successful applicant will also spend about three months a year away at other royal residences.
Brazil's replacement to the vuvuzela is already giving World Cup organisers a headache.
Nepal officials vowed to ensure the safety of climbers seeking to scale Mount Everest after three European climbers were involved in a fight with sherpa guides.
A freshly-baked baguette would adequately summarise what is loved about the French and perhaps the inspiration behind the annual baguette bake-off.
Mars One is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in the Netherlands, that aims to establish the first human settlement on the planet Mars by 2023.
It's time once-again for the annual Cheese and Wine Festival in Cape Town, reports Tanya Nefdt.
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