Go Figure: The week in numbers

Look back at the week in numbers with our Go Figure images, which are posted daily on social media.

2,000 landslides in Bosnia could disturb some of the 120,000 buried landmines

Monday: Rain causes floods and landslides in the Balkans which could disturb minefields.

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The ice lost in the Antarctic each year is enough to make 1,360,000 one inch ice cubes for every person on the planet

Monday: A new report says the Antarctic is losing twice as much ice as previously thought.

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Russian billionaire's divorce to cost $4.5bn. That's $195 million for each year of marriage

Tuesday: Record divorce settlement, as a judge orders Russian billionaire to pay $4.5bn.

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Looking for a 5.5 square metre yacht in a 10,600,000,000 square metre search area

Tuesday: Hopes for missing crew are renewed as the US Coast Guard resumes search.

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2,000 trains ordered in France are too large for their stations. 50 million euros now needed to widen the gap between platforms

Wednesday: French rail operator discovers that it's ordered the wrong size trains.

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Eighty-six-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand has seen 11 military coups in the country in his lifetime.

Wednesday: Martial law in place but full military coups are surprisingly frequent.

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Eighty-six-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand has seen 12 military coups in the country in his lifetime.

Thursday: Thai military take control of the government as martial law turns into a coup.

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Hackers steal personal details of 145 million people from eBay. That's equal to the combined populations of Italy, Spain and California.

Thursday: Hacked accounts force 145 million eBay users to change their password.

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A 1,000-year old idea results in x-rays of a 150 million year old bird

Friday: New 3D images of Archaeopteryx from high-energy X-rays.

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