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Rwanda says Congolese soldiers attack its border army post ☞ AP News

“KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) — Rwanda’s army said its troops briefly exchanged fire with soldiers from Congo early Wednesday, in a new spike in tension between the neighbors who have accused each other of supporting armed rebel groups on the other side of the border. Congo denied that account.”

Top 24 Harmful Terms ☞ EEB Language Project 

Mother/Father – These terms perpetuate a non-universal heteronormative and cisnormative view of the parenting and birthing process.   – 
Replacement Term – Parent/egg-donor/sperm-donor”

Harvard law journal requires applicants’ race, sexual orientation to submit articles ☞ The College Fix

“Harvard Law School’s journal Civil Rights and Civil Liberties requires that applicants submit their sexual orientation, gender identity and race for their article submissions to be considered, a relatively new requirement for the publication. Also required are the applicant’s pronouns, whether they have a disability, and whether they are a first-generation professional or student, according to the “Author Submission Form” Google Document for the journal.”

Philippines files protest to China over use of laser, ‘aggressive activities’ by vessels ☞ Malay Mail – Malaysia

“The Philippine coast guard said on Monday a Chinese coast guard ship directed a ‘military-grade laser’ at one of Manila’s vessels supporting a resupply mission to troops in the disputed waterway on February 6, temporarily blinding its crew on the bridge.” – “There was no immediate comment from the Chinese embassy in Manila, but China’s foreign ministry said on Monday that its coast guard had conducted actions according to the law.  “We urge the Philippines to avoid such actions, and the actions of China’s staff are professional and restrained,’ China’s foreign ministry spokesperson, Wang Wenbin, told a regular briefing.”

WHO abandons plans for crucial second phase of COVID-origins investigation ☞ Nature Magazine

“Researchers say they are disappointed that the investigation isn’t going ahead, because understanding how the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 first infected people is important for preventing future outbreaks. But without access to China, there is little that the WHO can do to advance the studies, says Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada.”

Google Expands Its ‘Prebunking’ Censorship in Germany ☞ Newsbusters

“AP claimed that prebunking so-called misinformation is more effective than direct censorship or fact checks because censorship is naturally slammed and fact checkers are understandably distrusted now…AP’s list of topics that might trigger the spread of  “misinformation” shows both the outlet and Google’s leftist bias: ‘COVID-19, mass shootings, immigration, climate change or elections.’” 

Furious ballet director smears bag of dog faeces on critic’s face after a bad review ☞ Mirror Online

“The opera house said that Goecke’s ‘impulsive reaction’ violated the ground rules of the theatre, and that ‘he caused massive damage to the Hannover State Opera and State Ballet.’ As a result, it said, he was suspended and banned from the opera house until further notice. Goecke has been given the next few days to apologise ‘comprehensively’ and explain himself to theatre management ‘before further steps are announced,’ it added.”

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