Twins conjoined at the head who will never be separated are surviving years beyond what doctors predicted. Neev and Nelly Kolestein, from Amsterdam, have been attached by the backs of their heads for their 18 years of life, but have their own brains and bodies. Their mother, who does not want to be identified, was told during labour that her babies would be joined at the head. They are unable to be separated because they share a main artery in the head which keeps them alive, the family said. But the twins are thriving and admit they would never want to be separated anyway - despite cruel torments throughout their lives.
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Planned housing and infrastructure will take longer to deliver if the public sector does not intervene, the council says. Council bosses are set to sign off the purchase of 70 acres of green belt land in Keynsham to speed up delivery of new roads and more than homes. Documents released by Bath and North East Somerset Council say it has the opportunity to buy an undisclosed parcel of agricultural land that could in future form part of a wider area with space for 1, homes. The council is set to ask the West of England Combined Authority for the funding, which would be repaid when the land is sold. To get breaking news like this straight to your inbox, click here.
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