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Feet are disgusting (and other truths)

I hate feet. Your feet. My feet. Baby feet. Tiny kitten paws. Feet are disgusting. 485 more words

Humor

Ava Cross: Ice Cream or Cane....?

My daughter actually submitted this feedback at school. Not sure if I should ground her or buy her ice cream… pic.twitter.com/4v8Gjb9riv

— Mason Cross (@MasonCrossBooks) …

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This 11-year-old's letter using the Geneva Conventions to criticise her school is absolutely amazing

A tweet from the author Mason Cross of his daughter’s school feedback form has been shared thousands of times.

Cross shared the photo on Thursday, and within hours it had been shared over 12,000 times and liked by more than 33,000. 95 more words

The Muslim Times

Nigeria unity is paramount - we should appeal to those saying they want to go (the Biafran agitators)

The major ethnic groups in Nigeria comprises of The Yorubas, The Hausas and The Igbos.

Some group of people called Biafran agitators in the Eastern part of the country, have been clamouring and agitating for secession from the Nigeria government that they deserve self-determination and that Biafran nation was and is their dream. 693 more words

Don't hoard cyberweapons, Microsoft warns world leaders

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Don't hoard cyberweapons, Microsoft warns world leaders

Microsoft president Brad Smith used Friday's global ransomware attack as a chance to call once more for the nations of the world to create and adhere to a set of Geneva Convention-like rules in cyberspace.

The massive…

Don't hoard cyberweapons, Microsoft warns world leaders

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Don't hoard cyberweapons, Microsoft warns world leaders

Microsoft president Brad Smith used Friday's global ransomware attack as a chance to call once more for the nations of the world to create and adhere to a set of Geneva Convention-like rules in cyberspace. 9 more words

An Open Letter to Gerry Brownlee

Tēnā Koe Minister Brownlee,

We the undersigned were dismayed and alarmed when you, as a newly appointed Foreign Minister, described Aotearoa’s co-sponsorship of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334 (UNSCR 2334) as “premature”. 1,845 more words

Brownlee