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Behind walls of his mansion, Zimbabwe's Mugabe turns 94

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FILE PHOTO: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe watches a video presentation during the summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in Johannesburg, South Africa August 17, 2008. 358 more words

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Love from the Ashes

One of my great joys is spending time with a fantastic group of girls as their Girl Scout troop leader. Contrary to what some may believe, cookies are not the official dessert of Girl Scouts, at least not for my troop.  567 more words

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Zuckerberg acknowledges 'mistakes' as Facebook turns 14

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CEO Mark Zuckerberg marked the 14th anniversary of the founding of Facebook with reflections on mistakes he has made in building the biggest social network… 227 more words

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Untrue that more than 70 PAP MPs skipped Parliament on 9 Jan

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

In a post by the States Time Review, “More than 70 PAP MPs skip Parliament on Tuesday“, it is said that “According to a screenshot of a Parliament session on Tuesday (Jan 9), an estimated of more than 70 PAP MPs did not attend Parliament. 583 more words

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Hälsans stig

The Hälsans Stig (Health’s Trail) is born from the collaboration between Hjärt and Lungsjukas association in Umeå and Umeå municipality. The idea is to inspire for exercise for public health purposes. 216 more words


Marked: An Irish Paranormal Thriller by B.E. Balfinny ~ the Kerry Horrors Book 1 #BookReview for #RBRT #FridayReads

Author: B.E. Balfinny

Published: November 2017 by Oakwood Press

Category: Supernatural, Thriller, Horror, Book Review

When freelance writer Kate Murray’s Great Aunt bequeaths her a cottage in remote south Kerry, she is overcome with the peace and beauty of the little stone house.

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via Daily Prompt: Undulate

“Undulate” from the latin “unda” meaning wave, from the PIE root “wed-” for wet.

The tentacle undulated wildly on the deck. Now severed from whatever creature circled the ship, the tentacle moved without rhyme or reason, smashing into the men before wriggling around the mast. 29 more words