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Chinese boy, aged nine, sets new Rubik's Cube 'record'

3 January 2014 Last updated at 15:04 GMT

A nine-year-old boy from north east China has set a new world record in his age group for solving a Rubik's Cube, according to Chinese state media.

With lightning-quick fingers, Li Dongyi completed the puzzle in just 11.84 seconds at a World Cube Association tournament in Shenyang.

Sherine El-Nahas reports.

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