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Stay Classy, World

Some baby was born somewhere, or something.

In Iraq, al-Qaeda has orchestrated a mass breakout of over 500 prisoners from the notorious Abu Ghraib prison, proving the pullout method is likely to be less than 70-per-cent effective for US and British troops.

North Korea’s annual Mass Games have begun in Pyongyang, featuring over 100,000 performers acting in unison and highlighting the DPRK’s careful use of resources.

The United Kingdom wants to implement web filters to stop children viewing pornography, through a measure announced by Prime Minister David Cameron. Filters would be able to be deactivated by anyone who could prove they were over 18, or could at least tick a box saying they were.

Wellingtonians took to Twitter to say some things about some other thing last week. News media took notice as social-media use reached peak levels after the thing happened, reporting high volumes of tweets and possibly related unconfirmed reports of an earthquake.

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