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Woman who can’t smile becomes disability rights advocate

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, RICHMOND, VA, USA: A woman, who doctors said wouldn’t live past her first birthday, has defied the odds by not only living well past her diagnosis but by becoming a fitness blogger. Living with a feeding tube and unable to close her mouth or eyes, Hannah Setzer may not look like a typical fitness influencer - but that’s exactly why she’s doing it. The 28-year-old was born with a rare genetic condition; cystic hygroma, which causes fluid-filled cysts to grow on a new-born baby’s head and neck area.  A block in Hannah’s lymphatic system caused fluid-filled cysts to form in her neck. When she was still a baby, doctors removed her cysts, accidentally removing some facial nerves at the same time; as a result, she still cannot smile or close her mouth and eyes. Hannah is used to getting stares from strangers when she goes out in public but together with her husband Brandon, she is adamant they won’t stop her from doing anything.

47-ton art installation imitates moving horse in Dalian

An art installation depicting a horse in front of the Dalian International Conference Center in Dalian city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 1 July 2019. The 2019 Summer Davos meeting, also known as the 13th Annual Meeting of the New Champions, will be held in the city from July 1-3, with globalization as its main theme. The installation, which weighs 47 tons, and is nine meters high and 14.5 meters long, can imitate the movements of a real horse, including walking and galloping. To achieve this, the creation includes 98 joints, 68 of which are powered by hydraulics and 20 by electricity.

Lost Lewis Chessman piece bought for £5 sells for £735,000 at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** A medieval chess piece kept in a drawer of an Edinburgh home has been sold at auction for £735,000. Its previous owners had no idea that the object was one of the long-lost Lewis Chessmen. The chessmen were found buried in a sand dune on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 but the whereabouts of five pieces have remained a mystery. The Edinburgh family's grandfather, an antiques dealer, had bought the chess piece for £5 in 1964. The new owner of the piece has not been named. Sotheby's said the price set a new record for a medieval chess piece at auction.

Girl, 16, describes moment school prom bully poured jug of cherryade over her to ruin £400 dress as she is overwhelmed by support from across the world

***EXCLUSIVE*** A teenage schoolgirl whose picture went viral after bullies poured a jug of pop over her on her prom night has spoken for the time about her 'humiliating' ordead. Emilee Perry was sitting alone at the end of year celebration when she suddenly felt a gush of liquid go over the top of her head and all down her £400 dress. The 16-year-old looked up in terror and saw a girl she had considered a friend until that point walking away as more than 100 classmates watched on in shock. Distraught Emilee, from Doncaster, South Yorks, almost immediately got up and walked outside to call for her mum Tracy, 44, to come and collect her. She said: "I was just sat minding my own business when this drink was suddenly all over me. "I didn't even know she was behind me, she crept up on me. "Nothing was ever said, I just looked up and saw the girl walking away. "I thought we were friends, that's why it was such a shock, we had taken a picture together that night. "I still have no idea whatsoever why she did it.

A Harry Potter first edition book - bought at a table top sale for just £1 - is set to bring its owner a windfall that even author JK Rowling would have struggled to imagine

***EXCLUSIVE*** Such is the global appeal of the Harry Potter books, the classic first edition hard copy, which had a print run of just 500, is so highly sought after by wealthy fans and collectors worldwide one sold for £28,000 in May and another, signed by JK Rowling, made £68,000 at auction. Now a 1997 first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has been unearthed in Staffordshire by Hansons Auctioneers. Bought 20 years ago for pennies, it enters Hansons’ Library Auction on July 31 - Harry Potter and JK Rowling’s birthdays - with an estimate of £20,000-£30,000. The book was first published by Bloomsbury on June 30, 1997 after being rejected by several publishers. Those first editions can be identified by two typographical errors. The back page misspells philosopher’s - it reads philospher’s - and on P53 a list of equipment mentions „1 wand” twice. Author JK Rowling’s name also appears as Joanne Rowling.

Incredible photos reveal the abandoned 6,000 sq-ft 19th Century Florida holiday home of billionaire Mellon banking dynasty magnate

***EXCLUSIVE*** Peek inside the abandoned remains of a river retreat that once belonged to a prominent US banking magnate. Striking pictures show the white-panel exterior of the large house, the ornate tiled pathway leading to the front door and the slightly overgrown garden that features palm trees. Other incredible images show inside the property with a piano and old records remaining in the house, a bare mattress on a floor suggesting someone may be squatting in the building and other items left behind including files and the US flag. The remarkable photographs were taken in North Florida by an urban explorer known as Abandoned Southeast at a house built by industrialist and banker James R Mellon.

An exhausted dad whose creaky floorboards kept waking his newborn daughter has invented a "miracle" spray to silence his whole house

***EXCLUSIVE*** Paul Lanzarotti, 45, said he has helped thousands of sleep deprived parents with his floorboard tonic, made from the same lubricant on Teflon pans. He came up with the idea after his brand new Italian laminate floor - laid throughout his entire house - shrank, so every time they stepped, it let out a high pitched screech. Paul and partner Tracy McCreary, 37, put up with it until baby Sienna was born - but then every time they lay her in her crib they had to do a Mission Impossible style escape.

From 7,500 light years away, hot beams of red, white and blue gases can be seen shooting from, Eta Carinae, one of the Milky Way’s most ‘petulant’ stars in this new image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope

***EXCLUSIVE*** They are the latest shots of a 170 year-long firework show which started with the star's ‘Great Eruption’ in the 1840s.The picture, taken by Nasa's Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3, reveals the ultraviolet-light glow of magnesium embedded in warm gas (shown in blue), which could help scientists better understand the unique star's unpredictable behaviour. The largest member of a double-star system, Eta Carinae weighs 150 times our sun's mass.

Ebola is back

More than 1500 people have been killed by Ebola in the ongoing epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The outbreak is the second-largest in the history of the disease. The situation in DRC is more complicated than the initial outbreak location in West Africa, as it is occurring in a war zone. The Ebola crisis in the DRC is accelerating at a ''very intense speed,'' according to MSF. ''It's more than 2000 cases and the mortality rate is nearly 70% which is an absolute crisis,'' said Claire Manera, a field coordinator for the international humanitarian non-profit Medecins Sans Frontieres. The current flare-up is nation's 10th such outbreak with a significant spike in new cases in recent weeks. Ebola is a virus that initially causes sudden fever, intense weakness, muscle pain and a sore throat. It progresses to vomiting, diarrhea and both internal and external bleeding. People are infected when they have direct contact through broken skin, or the mouth and nose, with the blood, vomit, feces or bodily fluids of someone with Ebola. Patients tend to die from dehydration and multiple organ failure. The current outbreak began in August 2018 and the World Health Organization (WHO) says at least 1,510 people had died as of June 24, 2019. Thats 70% death rate of those infected. This week, the virus crossed the border into Uganda. Only once before has an outbreak continued to grow more than eight months after it began, that was the epidemic in West Africa between 2013-16, which killed 11,310 people.

Scrap dealers in Srinagar

Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India: Recycling scrap metals has always been a potential business in which one can make money and even more so now with a huge emphasis on recycling. Millions of tons of scrap metal are processed every year, examples being cars, bikes, pots, polythene, radiators, appliances, pipes, electrical wires, sinks, old electronic appliances and many more. In Kashmir, a scrap processor is dealing with metallic scraps to have a detailed knowledge on overall demand of the products in the valley. Scrap processors purchase scrap metal from various sources, for example from builders, plumbers, mechanics, foundries, and other sellers. The scrap processor may deal in ferrous or non-ferrous or both. The scrap processor will sort the scrap metal in their scrap yard with the use of cranes, magnets, shredders etc, and then sell the processed scrap metal to foundries, mills. .Scrap owner Bashir Ahmed (84) assign some peddlers to collect scrap metal from various sources and sell to the scrap processors or they may themselves purchase scrap from scrap processors and supply it to major metal recycling industrialists of the country. In Munwar an area of Srinagar, there are many scrap dealers who are collecting scrap metal from various scrap peddlers by giving them good money for their materials. They are collecting scraps from the old cities of Srinagar, some peddlers are collecting scraps from many homes by giving them minimum cost to their end products.

60-meter-high musical fountain adds charm to Jingyuetan National Scenic Area

Over 2,000 people watch the 60-meter-tall musical fountain during a light show at the Jingyuetan National Scenic Area in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province.