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19 November 2014
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7. The longest sniper shot in history was carried out at a distance of 2475 meters of the British cavalry Corporal Craig Harrison in 2009. His bullet flew to the destination for more than 6 seconds.

longest sniper shot

8. A plaster Buddha statue more than 600 years old was dropped during an attempt to move it to a new location. After some of the plaster coating was chipped off, it was revealed that the plaster was covering a statue made of solid gold weighing 5.5 tons (5,500 kilograms). It was also found that the gold statue actually consists of nine parts that all fit smoothly together. Also, a key was found encased in plaster at its base. This key could be used to disassemble the statue, to facilitate its transportation.

buddha statue

9. Michael Fagan is a Buckingham Palace intruder who broke into the palace and entered the Queen's room in 1982. The incident was one of the 20th-century's worst royal security breaches.

Buckingham Palace

10. Initially, McDonald's is a real estate company and are engaged in real estate transactions. McDonald's will buy properties that it feels will be hot locations, and it of course sells properties that are under performing. Secondly, on top of the franchise fee ( usually 8% ) which McDonald's charges its franchisees to use the " McDonald's " name, it charges rent to the franchisees to use the corporately-owned properties.

McDonald's

11.Derek Amato from Colorado has acquired musical talent as a result of his severe concussion after hitting his head on the bottom of a swimming pool. It is called savant syndrome, is extremely rare and made him to be a great musician, without taking a single music lesson.

Derek Amato

12. There are 300,000 active mosques in India, more than in any other country, including the Muslim world.

mosques in India

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