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My intestines got sucked out in a swimming pool

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, PITTSBURGH, PA: A horrific swimming pool accident left a teenager without her intestines and unable to eat food for the last 10 years. When she was five-years-old, Salma Bashir was playing in a baby swimming pool in Alexandria, Egypt. She sat on the pool’s suction valve and the force was so strong that it ripped her small intestines from her body. Given just weeks to live Salma’s parents travelled with their young family to Pennsylvania, USA for life-saving surgery. Salma was then on a waiting list for a transplant and after a year and a half of waiting, she had the surgery that her family believed would be the start of the rest of Salma’s life. Instead the small intestines transplant rejected and after six months it had to be removed along with Salma’s large intestines and gallbladder; her stomach also had to remain open. Salma now receives all her nutrients via a TPN tube. Hopes for a future transplant are slim - the estimated cost of the five-organ transplant are $3 million but that’s not stopping Salma for giving it everything she’s got: the chatty teen has raised $15,000 already on her Gofundme page, while her makeup channel is a chance for Salma to escape her daily pain and discomfort.

A 19th-century castle sold two years ago for 3 times the £200,000 asking price, has just gone on the market again - for just £500,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** A 19th-century castle which sold two years ago for three times over the asking price has gone on the market again - for just £500,000. The sprawling Chesterhill House hit the headlines in 2017 when it was listed for just £200,000 - the price of a studio flat in North London at the time. Estate agent Bell Ingram was flooded with requests for the castle and a staggering 121,399 people checked out the six bedroom property - which sold for £619,990. But now the stunning castle, near Newport-on-Tay, Fife - which comes with 3.8 acres of land with planning permission - has been put back on the market.

Koala bears could be saved from extinction by installing drinking stations in the Aussie outback, according to new research

***EXCLUSIVE*** Experts are calls for urgent action to conserve the iconic Australian species which is threatened by global warming. New research has overturned the long-held view that koalas get all their hydration from eating leaves. The study, published in the journal PLOS One, offers hope in the fight to conserve the threatened species, with researchers finding that koalas will regularly use artificial water stations - particularly during hot and dry conditions.