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A man has completed an epic four year pub crawl - by visiting all 179 venues in his home city

***EXCLUSIVE*** Benjamin Barton began his challenge wanting to highlight the decline in the pub trade around his local area. But it quickly developed into an obsession and with the help of the local council he created a detailed spreadsheet of suitable venues to visit.  And more than four years since he 'ticked off' the first pub - the Fortescue on the 10th July 2016 - he has completed his journey by toasting a pint at the George in Plympton. Ben, of Plymouth, Devon, has documented all his exploits on his 'Pub Exploring' Facebook Page.

The parents of premature twins thought to be the first babies born with coronavirus have spoken of their „miracle” after they made a full recovery

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sarah, 32, and Aaron Curtis, 33, were put in an impossible situation when tests came back and revealed Sarah was positive for Covid-19. She was asymptomatic but felt „scared” and „annoyed” with herself as she thought she was putting her children at risk. Doctors were unsure of the risks of infection to children from the parents, or what its effects would be, which left the worried parents in the dark. Sarah went into labour on July 3 on her own as her husband Aaron couldn’t be there due to Covid restrictions, and welcomed 3lbs Kenna and Lissa into the world. Doctors confirmed they were born with the killer virus, which was transferred to them via the placenta. Dad Aaron was finally able to see his wife and twins on July 11 for the first time in an emotionally charged scene.

These incredible pictures show a tiny town in Africa - where everyone supports ASTON VILLA

***EXCLUSIVE*** Juaben in Ghana, Africa, is 5,000 miles away from Villa Park, but it is still home to a devoted group of 700 football fans. Before each game, the fans, 200 of which play for the Ghana Lions, meet and sing loud football chants and dance in the street to support the British team. The trend began when Owusu Boakye Amando's grandfather told stories of the mighty Premier League team - and people would gather to listen.

81-year-old builds model ships in XXL format

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 81-year-old Lothar Bergander, former captain at sea and hobby model maker, points to the windows of his model ship "Norden", which he has built. On average, it takes him two years to build a model ship.

Story of a real estate agent who can only walk on his knees

Yao Tao, 36, can only walk on his knees because of dysplasia of bone at birth. However, He was optimistic by nature and chose to apply for the job and became a real estate agent. Although he needs to climb many stairs while showing clients around, he still enjoys his work.

Dinosaur tracks in Saxony-Anhalt

***EXCLUSIVE*** Saxony-Anhalt, Magdeburg: The imprint of a pareiasaur in a stone slab. The trace had been pressed into the clayey soil by the dinosaur about 260 million years ago. The imprint had been discovered and recovered by geologists of the Museum of Natural History Magdeburg in the hard stone factory Mammendorf of the Cronenberg stone industry. Since 2016, scientists have been regularly searching for dinosaur tracks in the quarry's slagheaps.

LEGO's upcoming 'Star Wars' set takes fans to Tatooine's Mos Eisley Cantina

***EXCLUSIVE*** LEGO‘s latest masterpiece set takes us to Star Wars‘ planet Tatooine, the Mos Eisley Cantina to be exact. Relive the infamous scenes from the film with this 3,187-piece set, from Han Solo's calamitous encounter with Greedo to Obi-Wan Kenobi's decisive blow to Ponda Baba. This complete set measures in at 19.05 cmhigh x 52.07 cm wide x 58.42 cm deep when fully opened, and features a number of main characters and members of the underworld including Obi-Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, C-3PO, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, R2-D2, Ponda Baba, Dr. Evazan, Garindan, Kardue'Sai'Malloc, the Cantina band, Jawa, Sandtroopers. Set for an October 1 release, this memorable LEGO set will retail for 349.99 Dollars.

Artist uses pencils to make portrait sculptures

Pieces of the pencil works are presented in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shanxi province, 7 September 2020. German artist Kerstin Schulz used more than 10,000 pencils to make portrait sculptures, which were displayed in Xi'an city, northwest China's Shanxi province.

Air Service Training (AST) the highly regarded "Air University" trains pilots and aeronautical engineers from across the globe

***EXCLUSIVE*** A flight school which was once the largest in the world has seen a surge of interest in pilot training despite the crisis in the aviation industry caused by coronavirus. Perth Airport, operated by ACS Aviation, in Perth and Kinross, opened in 1936 as Scone Aerodrome and was transformed into a RAF base when the Second World War broke out. Post-war it was the largest flight school in the world, and is still the largest in Scotland, boasting a 100per cent record of getting students into jobs, before the coronavirus pandemic happened. While many students who had completed their 18-month training are still waiting for job offers, a surge of interest in new applicants has been recorded which exceeds 2019 by ten per cent, and has grown by 15 per cent since July.

Veteran get rich by selling popular fried locusts

Ma Dejing is busy at making his unique sauce made of fried migratory locusts in Majiaheshui village, Zhailihe town, Ju county, Rizhao city, east China's Shandong province, 29 August 2020. Ma Dejing, an ex-soldier, found his way getting rich by selling a unique sauce made by fried migratory locust. He explained, even though the locust is regarded as injurious insects in agriculture, it can be eaten and serve as medicine after proper procedure.

Homestay China

In the past 15 years, guided by the conviction that "lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets", a large number of villages in Zhejiang Province have undergone environmental transformations, attracting capital investments back to the countryside and prompting the development of homestay tourism. As a pioneer and explorer in the development of homestay business in China, Zhejiang is striving to be the model and destination of homestay tourism in China. With the implementation of rural revitalization strategy and development of integration of culture and tourism, more and more people choose to return or come to live in the countryside. The vigorous development of the homestay business in recent years in turn has triggered new vitality of rural economy, making itself a growth pole in the course of rural revitalization. According to relevant statistics, by the end of 2019, the total number of homestay facilities in Zhejiang Province had exceeded 18,000 with more than 150,000 employees.