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Paralysed woman defies odds, hikes Appalachian trail And we begin with the story of Stacey Kozal, who was paralysed a year ago in a car accident, and is now currently hiking the Appalachian Trail thanks to the help of computer-powered legs. She started the hike in March and is now hoping to finish in about a year’s time. Chefs dish up surplus food from Olympic Village to Rio’s hungry And I have another story of food redistribution for you. Two chefs in Rio are working to make over 5000 meals a day for the citizens of Rio de Janeiro using the leftover food from the Olympic Village. It’s part of a scheme that the two chefs – one from Brazil and one from Italy – started in Milan last year. Traffic-proof transit: real car-straddling bus rolls out in China Now, I don’t know if you ever saw the videos on Facebook or YouTube about a bus in China built to be taller than the traffic on the roads. Well, it was initially just an idea but is now made it to prototype stage. The massive 72 foot long spacious and really…