10 things we didn't know last week

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1. Couples in the Danish town of Thisted are having more babies to keep public services going.

Find out more (Independent)

2. Women are almost two-thirds more likely than men to believe in God.

Find out more (Telegraph)

3. MI5 bars applicants with visible tattoos.

Find out more (Guardian)

4. Nando's is one of the biggest buyers of contemporary South African art.

Find out more (FT)

5. The average life of a web page is about a hundred days.

Find out more (New Yorker)

6. In Ohio, it's illegal to disrobe in front of a man's portrait.

Find out more (Slate)

7. The Greater London Authority owns a cast iron, Grade II-listed pissoir called the Rotunda, although its present whereabouts is unknown.

Find out more (the Times)

8. The collapse of the Soviet Union led to a decline in the number of wild boar, brown bear and moose in most regions of Russia.

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9. Dagenham is Britain's most burgled town.

Find out more (Daily Telegraph)

10. The sewage from a city of a million people contains about $13m (£8.66m) worth of metal a year - about a fifth of the value comes from silver and gold.

Find out more (Quartz)

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