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Researchers set new record for fastest Internet speed ever
The Internet has transformed most areas of our lives over the last few decades, and the technology keeps improving: Researchers just set a new record for data transmission rates, logging an incredible speed of 178 terabits per second (Tbps).
Iran's stock market surges past key level to record high
Iran's main stock index broke through the key 2 million point mark for the first time ever on Sunday.
Gold forges record high as investors seek safety
Gold soared to a record high on Monday as investors rushed into the safe-haven commodity on concerns about heightened China-US tensions, a spike in virus infections and a lack of progress on a new stimulus bill in Washington.
Temperatures at Norway's Arctic archipelago hit record high
Temperatures at Norway’s Svalbard archipelago, about midway between the mainland and the North Pole, hit a record high of 21.7°C, Norway’s Meteorological Institute said.
New Zealand breaks record with 6,106.8-pound chocolate lamington
A New Zealand charity broke a Guinness World Record when a team of chefs cooked up a giant chocolate lamington — a spongy layered dessert.
Iran hits record 229 deaths from coronavirus: Ministry
Iran on Tuesday reported a new single-day record death toll of 229 from the novel coronavirus, after weeks of rising numbers in the West Asia’s worst-hit country.
TSE main index hits new high
The Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) kept advancing on Sunday with main index (TEDPIX) rising to new high of 1,864,949 points.
Iran’s stock market sets new record
The Iranian stock market on Wednesday, rising nearly 53,000 points, broke the threshold level of 1.6 million points.
Farah targets one-hour world record in Brussels
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah said he is targeting the one-hour world record at the AG Memorial Van Damme meet in Brussels on September 4, as he returns to the track for the first time since switching to road racing in 2017.
Bakhtegan breaks record of water level of Iranian lakes
Changes in the pattern of refilling water in lakes and wetlands of Iran indicate that Bakhtegan Lake in south of the country, broke the record of the water level of Iranian lakes in Ordibehesht, the second month of the Iranian year, from April 20 to May 20.
Colombian Edward Nino Hernandez breaks world's shortest living man record
Edward Nino Hernandez, of Colombia, is the world's shortest man living, Guinness World Records said.
Record 50.8m internally displaced, report says
A record 50.8 million people worldwide are internally displaced due to conflict or disaster, with coronavirus posing a new threat, a report warns.
Idaho men pass beach ball 84 times for Guinness record
A pair of Idaho men spending their COVID-19 lockdown time breaking Guinness World Records said they successfully managed the most beach ball passes in 30 seconds: 84.
Coronavirus to push China's first-quarter GDP into first decline on record
The coronavirus health crisis likely knocked China's economy into its first decline since at least 1992 in the first quarter, raising the heat on authorities to do more to restore growth as mounting job losses threaten social stability.
US unemployment could hit post-depression record, economists say
Economists expect unemployment in the US to surge to a post-Great Depression high as the coronavirus pandemic forces American life to come to a grinding halt.

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