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    Meet the 'Neil Armstrong' of Pac-Man

    Billy Mitchell compares himself to Neil Armstrong because he's the first gamer to win a perfect score on the 1980s arcade game Pac-Man.

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    How can I visit Chernobyl, and is it safe?

    Can there be a more unlikely location for visitors than the corner of Ukraine that was the site of one of the most notorious and disturbing incidents ever to cast a shadow across our planet? Cast your mind back, if you will – and if you are of a suitable age to remember – to the bleakness of the east European spring three decades ago, and ask yourself: Could you ever imagine that the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant would be a tourist destination?