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What's it like to start reading at 60?
(September 13 15:33) BBC.com
Adult learners in Kenya get to read their first words, after a library opens in their village.
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NHS pay: Increase for 1.3 million staff expected
Unions are poised to back a deal which could see a million staff get 6% average increases over three years.
Israel admits striking suspected Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007
The Israeli military formally admits the strike for the first time as documents are declassified.
Cambridge Analytica: Facebook data row academic 'is scapegoat'
Dr Aleksandr Kogan says he is "stunned" by allegations made against him by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.
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