A violent porn-obsessed "sexual deviant" and "potential serial killer" has been handed a whole-life jail term for luring a policeman's teenage daughter to his home before hanging her and abusing her body.
Both of Lee Rigby's killers were driven by a warped extremist ideology that in their eyes justified picking a man they assumed was a British soldier at random and hacking him to death in the street.
A group of black swans was seen surfing off a beach on the Gold Coast of Australia on Friday, astonishing swimmers. Initially just floating on the waves at Kirra on the Gold Coast's south, one of the swans decided to take advantage of the swell and catch a wave. The three others with it saw the fun and decided to get involved themselves. Credit: kelmills
Like most boys his age, Gabriel Muniz loves playing football, but unlike his teammates, the 11-year-old from Campos dos Goytacazes in Brazil doesn't have any feet. Despite being born with a limb deficiency called apodia, which meant his feet didn't develop, the youngster was determined to walk. Gabriel's mum Sandra said: 'He started to walk before he could talk at 10-months. It was incredible.' Soon he was kicking a ball around, joining the local football team at school and even winning medals. Most days Gabriel does try and wear prosthetic limbs, but when it comes to an all-important match, the boots are off and he's a force to be reckoned with. Gabriel not only impresses his family and friends with his ball skills, he's also caught the eye of the Barcelona football team and was invited to one of their training days to play against abled-bodied footballers. A new TV series follows the story of Gabriel's perseverance and sees him meeting his footballing hero Lionel Messi. The soccer-mad youngster is now determined to pursue his dream of becoming a professional player. Gabriel added: "The only thing I can't do is fly."
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On the surface Workitu Debebet looks like any other teenage girl. But the 17-year-old has spent her young life hiding an incredible secret -- a parasitic twin, including two arms and two legs, fused to her pelvis. Workitu was raised thinking she was normal and reached her late teens without treatment because her poor parents had no way of accessing expert medical care. But Workitu's life has finally been transformed after a team of expert surgeons performed pioneering surgery to separate her from her unborn conjoined twin. Now, the teenager is going to school and making friends for the first time and is looking forward to having a career, getting married and even having children of her own. A new documentary series reveals the amazing courage of Workitu and her family who tried everything to help her, despite prejudice in her community against people with disabilities. Doctors at CURE Hospital In Addis Ababa were amazed when they saw Workitu, who is thought to be the oldest person still to be living with a visible parasitic twin attached to their body. Dr Eric Gokcen, the hospital's medical director, said: "It was something I had never seen before. A parasitic twin is actually rarer than conjoined twins. But as a physician, when I look at patients with a problem, my mind starts thinking about what I am going to do to help them." In an eight-hour surgery, the team carefully removed the outer body but left the extra internal organs because they were working fine. Workitu spent the next three months in hospital but healed perfectly and is now looking forward to her future.