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Saturday September 22, 2018

Code-cracking WW2 Bombe operation recreated at Bletchley
Modern day codebreakers have used wartime methods to read messages scrambled by an Enigma machine.

The couple helping hedgehogs back into the wild
Frank and Veronica Tett have been nursing hedgehogs back to health for the last 30 years.

Friday September 21, 2018

Report slams 'high flying' UN environment chief
Erik Solheim is criticised for risking the UN's reputation by extensive use of expensive air travel.

'Groomed aged 13 by hundreds of men on Kik'
Within seconds of setting up a profile on the mobile messaging app, Taylor (not their real name) was approached.

Tech Tent: Do the police have your biometric digits?
Zoe Kleinman explores concerns that law enforcement agencies are collecting too much biometric data.

Gulper eel caught on camera in Hawaii
A rare gulper eel is caught on camera displaying its huge pouch-like mouth in Hawaii.

Instagram's IGTV recommended 'abusive' videos
Sexually suggestive clips featuring children were recommended to users, an investigation finds.

Hayabusa-2: Japan hopes for historic asteroid landing
Officials believe the spaceship Hayabusa-2 has put rovers on an asteroid's surface, making history.

Facebook stops sending staff to help political campaigns
The social network will no longer send employees to work at the offices of political campaigns.

Creating 3D sculptures from 2D video and other news.
BBC Click's Stephen Beckett looks at some of the week's best technology stories.

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