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Three-year-old child prodigy has an IQ of 142

According to international media reports, a three-year-old has been accepted as one of the youngest British members in the highly gifted canteen. The small Muhammad Haryz Nadzim had in an official test an intelligence quotient (IQ) of 142. He thus has a higher IQ than 98 percent of the British population. The boy from Durham in north-east England had already spoken his first words at the age of seven months. At two years old he read bedtime stories and memorized them, it was said.

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In the middle of parliament: ÖVP MP counts money

ÖVP MP Peter Haubner caused a bizarre scene on Wednesday when he counted a bundle of banknotes during a session in parliament. TV cameras happened to be filming the strange action of the Salzburg resident, Twitter users posted the recordings on the Internet a short time later. There the clip caused a lot of laughter and speculation about which banknotes Haubner counted and why he had such a large amount of cash with him.

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'Flex challenge', the viral challenge that only a privileged few can do

It consists of lying on your stomach and being able to get up without using your hands at any time

Jax Kranitz is a 22-year-old girl who studies at the University of Iowa, in the United States. She is a gymnast and at the beginning of this year she uploaded a video for her more than 100,000 Instagram followers: she lay on the floor on her back and, without helping her hands at any time, managed to stand up. 

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The priest was suspended when he realized after 2 weeks of marriage that he had married a man

A priest from uganda has been suspended from his duties as an imam after it was revealed he had married a man without knowing it.

Sheikh mohammed mutumba, 24, was recently suspended from his duties as an imam at kyampisi masjid noor mosque in kayunga after his wife, whom he had been married for two weeks, was caught stealing tv from a neighbor. 

Swimmer crawls under the ice of the Antarctic

A 50-year-old British man succeeded in creating a world sensation on Monday: the man was the first person to swim in a river under the Antarctic ice sheet. The endurance swimmer was only dressed in swimming trunks, swimming cap and swimming goggles.

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