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13 Jul
The books and computers in a Lagos slum library are a ray of hope for children living in Ajegunle, many of whom can't afford to go to school.
6 Feb 2019
These stunning pictures show one of the world's most expensive books which can now be seen at a British library. "The Birds of America" by John James Audubon is available to view at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow
15 Jun 2018
The library at the University of Mosul, one of Iraq's oldest collections of books and manuscripts, was destroyed during the occupation by the so-called Islamic State. Young male and female volunteers are working to save books from the rubble.
5 Mar 2018
A school with worst library in Niger state gets govt attentions after channels TV report.

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