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10 things we didn't know last week

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1. Justin Bieber's tour made more than $250m (£192m) in ticket sales.

Find out more (Billboard)

2. The Vikings ate frozen food.

Find out more (New Scientist)

3. The number of young people planning to go to university is at its lowest level in eight years.

Find out more (The Independent)

4. Tony Blair was briefly a Trotskyite.

Find out more (The Times)

5. Oil can send birds off course and hamper migration.

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6. Giant 1,574ft (480m) long pipes are washing up on Norfolk beaches.

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7. Surgery waiting numbers in England are at their highest in decade.

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8. Men from poor backgrounds are 'twice as likely to be single'.

Find out more (The Guardian)

9. You can rent Donald Trump's childhood home for $777 (£615) a night.

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10. An asteroid the size of a house will come very close to the Earth in October.

Find out more (The Telegraph)

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