10 things we didn't know last week
1. Close-protection security consultants work on the principle that a client should never be more than eight seconds from rescue.
2. One 19-year-old Donald Trump supporter is single-handedly distorting US polling averages.
3. The world's top institution for undergraduates, measured by Nobel prize winners per 10,000 students, is the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris.
4. You can be served a lawsuit via Twitter.
5. When fleeing a perceived threat, deer run either north or south.
6. The ancient Greeks may have reached China 1,500 years before Marco Polo.
7. Saddam Hussein had a secret "detention room" on New York's Upper East Side.
8. Your doctor's political preferences can influence the treatment they recommend.
9. You can use the new plastic £5 note to play vinyl records.
10. Snowboarding may have originated in Turkey.
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