It's hard to imagine what life has been like aboard the Diamond Princess, where thousands of passengers have been quarantined for coronavirus. The British nationals on board are now expected to be flown home from the Japanese town of Yokohama.
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Faye Russell risked her life to save her flock of sheep and lambs stranded in a flooded field. With the help of neighbours, she rescued her flock during the torrential downpours on Sunday.
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'The day before I was thinking, what am I going to play?'
Dagmar Turner was diagnosed with a tumour after suffering a seizure during a symphony. She had radiotherapy, but the tumour continued to grow and surgery was required. It was located in the right frontal lobe of her brain, close to an area that controls the fine movement of her left hand - essential for her musical talent. She was woken during the six-hour brain surgery, handed the violin and asked to play scales. This allowed surgeons to identify and therefore avoid the areas of the brain activated while she plays.
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