Base jump record: Thirty days up, 90 seconds down

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A new world record has been set for base jumping, with Russian Valery Rozov leaping from the top of Shiving - a mountain that is over 6,000 metres high in the Himalayas in India.

After a 30 day expedition to reach the summit his jump took just 90 seconds.

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