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10 things we didn't know last week

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1. Ten per cent of the Icelandic population travelled to France for the European championships.

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2. The fertility drug Pergonal was developed using gallons of nuns' urine.

Find out more (Quartz)

3. Old songs now outsell new songs.

Find out more (The Daily Beast)

4. People who meditate are more aware of their unconscious brain.

Find out more (New Scientist)

5. Scientists have discovered the world's first known swimming centipede.

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6. Conservative leadership candidate Theresa May owns more than 100 cookbooks - but none by Delia Smith.

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7. Technology is being developed to block concertgoers from filming live gigs on their smartphones.

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8. The Canadian prime minister is to feature as a hero in a new Marvel comic.

Find out more (The Independent)

9. At 81, Labour MP Paul Flynn is now the oldest frontbencher in the Commons since Victorian prime minister William Gladstone.

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10. It will be another 500 years before the battlefields of the Somme are cleared of bombs.

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