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From the BBC World Service: France faces a day of national strikes as President Macron’s retirement reforms divide the country. The plans, which include pushing the country’s retirement age up to 64, are facing major pushback from unions. Also, how carbon can be captured from the atmosphere. And, Pakistan’s former president thinks he can solve the country’s economic crisis.
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