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Double amputee mom with twins

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, TEMPE, AZ: A super-mum happily dotes on her loving husband and cares for her baby twins - whilst being a double amputee. Neo Keitumetse originally from Botswana, was born with a congenital defect in her legs which meant she had to get them amputated as a child. The 29-year-old told BTV is now happily married with twin boys.

An exhibition featuring people with the rare skin condition

***EXCLUSIVE*** A photography exhibition featuring people with a rare and untreatable skin condition that presents as large, dark brown birthmarks which can cover up to 80% of the body is seeking to challenge conventional perceptions of beauty. A series of 30 portraits showcases people with Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN), a condition which is not inherited and is instead caused by a mutation in the NRAS gene.

A life-sized Ford Mustang made of snow was given a parking ticket in Nebraska, USA

***EXCLUSIVE*** The wintery creation was built by a family in the region, then spotted on the street by Nebraska State Patrol Sergeant Mick Downing. ‚ÄúI am friends with the people who made the car and I saw they had posted a photo of it on social media,‚ÄĚ said Sergeant Downing, 48. ‚ÄúI thought I‚Äôd pull a prank on them by putting an ‚Äėintent to tow notice‚Äô on it, asking the driver to remove the vehicle in 24 hours or it would get towed.  ‚ÄúNot that I was going to tow a huge chunk of ice, that thing must weigh a ton, it‚Äôs a life sized replica of a Ford Mustang!  ‚ÄúIt‚Äôs quite a work of art, we all thought it was really neat,‚ÄĚ he added. Jason Blundell, a 43-year-old concrete plant manager, and his two teenage children, spent about five hours building the icy vehicle.  ‚ÄúThey had a great time doing it,‚ÄĚ said Jason‚Äôs wife Jess, 40, who works at a car dealership in Chadron, Nebraska. ‚ÄúThey used a Bobcat to assist with piling snow and they used shovels and concrete tools to mold and shape it.‚ÄĚ

Meet Britain's youngest racing driver - a four-year-old who can drive a go kart at 40mph before he can read and write

***EXCLUSIVE*** Little Ronnie Ray Carter hasn't even started school yet, but since the age of just three has been racing high-speed go karts on the national stage. The talented tot is the youngest driver competing in the national Bambino Kart Club Championships - a league of the UK's best young racing drivers. Rapid Ronnie has already won more than 20 trophies on the junior racing circuit. Last month he took the chequered flag for the first time when he was crowned the 2019 Spanish Winter Cup champion in his first European competition. Speedy Ronnie, from Runcorn, Cheshire, was given special permission to join the junior championships a year early, after wowing race officials. This makes Ronnie, who only turned four in May, the youngest racing driver in the UK, according to his proud dad, Dale, 34.

Egungun cult of the yorubas

***EXCLUSIVE*** BENIN: Egungun are celebrated in festivals and family rituals and their society remains a highly secretive organization with its own temples that are barred to all but members of the society. Masquerades enter in a state of ecstasy when they perform and their anonymity is of the upmost importance in the Egungun. Once wearing the costume, the performer stop to be himself and become the ancestor. Masquerades represents the spirit of the ancestors and are completely covered by elaborate costumes made of richly brocaded fabrics. With their many layers of coloured cloth, embroidery, leather, animal skin, shells and beads, and their masks, completely obliterate the human form. It?s through concealement of the human body that the spirit is revealed.

Meet the CEO who thinks that periods, yes the menstrual cycle, can improve business

***EXCLUSIVE*** She also believes that understanding menstruation can enhance the educational system and our interpersonal relationships. Rinat Sherzer, 39, who runs an international consulting firm, has just released a TEDx Talk to mark International Women‚Äôs Day that describes how periods can ‚Äúdramatically improve our health, relationships, creativity and productivity.‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúHear me out,‚ÄĚ she adds as the crowd in the 1,600-capacity auditorium laugh. Her argument centers around the notion that ‚Äúour whole society is programmed to achieve like sperm, being competitive, fast and goal-oriented with only one winner.‚ÄĚ Rinat says: ‚ÄúHow do you measure the success of a business? By the narrow concept of its bottom line, and our educational system? Only test scores.

A young disabled woman has been given a new lease of life thanks to her beloved pet dog who can help her get dressed, fetch food from the fridge – and even pay for her shopping

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sally Whitney has survived intensive care 10 times and has suffered a string of conditions since early childhood. The 31-year-old has violent seizures lasting several hours and needed carers to monitor her every move and help with every day tasks. But thanks to assistance dog Ethan, the academic researcher is fulfilling her dreams with a new sense of freedom and independence.

This stunning 17-bedroom 13th century French chateaux is up for auction -- with no reserve

***EXCLUSIVE*** Currently owned by two artists, the 13th century Château de Lamothe has its own art studio, outdoor kitchen, wine cellar, private cinema and parking for 12 cars. Once the summer residence of the Roman Catholic Bishops of Oloran, the estate has views of the Pyrenees mountains and gardens lined with 400-year-old magnolia trees. The enormous fully-restored castle features original chandeliers, murals, paneling and stone fireplaces, and is a short drive from the ski slopes and the coast.

An armed forces team which includes veterans with life-changing injuries is preparing to compete in one of the world’s toughest off-road rallies

***EXCLUSIVE*** The military personnel, part of Future Terrain charity, will be thrashing Dacia Duster 4x4s through the Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert in the grueling Carta Rallye.This means driving more than 2,000 miles from the UK to Morocco, where they will then spend six days negotiating giant sand dunes in an orienteering-type event before driving home. The team of 14 will look after four cars for the GPS challenge, where they have to reach 30 set checkpoints per day.