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Four Guinness World Records broken at giant vegetable contest in Britain
An annual competition for growers of giant vegetables in Britain resulted in four Guinness World Records being broken: Heaviest eggplant, heaviest marrow, heaviest broad bean pod and longest leek.
Two-year-old Indian boy sets records for naming countries, ministers in seconds
Mrutyunjay Nayak, nicknamed Subham, from Odisha, India, has featured in the Indian Book of Record and set a Kalam’s World Record at the mere age of two years and nine months.
Iran records 709 daily COVID-19 deaths as fifth wave continues
Iran’s death toll, infections set new daily records
Iran’s COVID vaccination, infections set new daily records
UK government borrowing hits highest January level since records began
UK government borrowing hit £8.8b last month, the highest January figure since records began in 1993, reflecting the cost of pandemic support measures.
Belgium seized all-time record of 65.5 tons of cocaine in Antwerp in 2020
Belgian authorities last year seized an all-time record of 65.5 tons of cocaine in the port of Antwerp, the main entry point for the drug into Europe, officials said.
What men's football records could be broken in 2021?
Euro 2020 being delayed by a year and the late start to the season means there is going to be an awful lot of football this year.
Iran records highest daily coronavirus infections
Iran registered on Wednesday a daily record high of 13,843 new coronavirus cases, the Health Ministry said, pushing the national tally to 894,385 in the country.
Unbroken world records, from world's tallest man to longest fingernails
Humankind has always been fascinated by the extreme, and Guinness World Records has been documenting incredible achievements since the 1950s.
Ronaldo plays down talk about latest records after Juve win
Cristiano Ronaldo insisted that while records are nice, the most important thing is for defending champion Juventus to succeed following his historic outing in Serie A.
Iran’s main stock exchange records biggest daily jump ever
Iran’s main stock exchange the TSE recorded its biggest daily jump as the main index in the market tops an all-time high of 668,320 points.
Aussie study: App records babies' movement to predict brain impairments
A study which will involve parents filming their newborn infants with a smartphone app, could lead to earlier detection of brain impairments such as cerebral palsy, the West Australian (WA) state government said on Friday.
'I don't look for records, they look for me': Ronaldo after 700th goal
Cristiano Ronaldo has lost count of the number of records he has broken, the Portugal forward said after scoring the 700th goal of his career during a 2-1 defeat to Ukraine on Monday.
Report: At least 14 Alaska cities have officers with criminal records
At least 14 cities in Alaska have employed police officers whose criminal records should have prevented them from being hired under state law, the Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica reported.
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