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Cheese on a pizza and widest mouth: Guinness World Records new 2023 list

By France24
08 September 2022   |   12:42 pm
We look at reactions from the Chinese press to Vladimir Putin's threats to the West about energy deliveries. The Guardian reports on new scientific research that could bring hope to couples struggling with infertility. And we bring you the weird and wonderful in the Guinness World Records' new 2023 list!

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