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GEO Ministry of Homeless Affairs sends aid for central Italy earthquake
The GEO Ministry of Homeless Affairs has already sent money to ShelterBox Italia Onlus's PayPal account, and you, or your organisation can also send a quick 50 or 100 Euro donation! [GEO.pe]
http://geo.pe/geo-mha-italy-donation.html

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Nominet accepts the UMMOA as registrant
Nominet, the official registry for .UK domain names, has recently accepted the UMMOA as registrant for two domains. This also shows that a real kind of virtual geography is being born today, and societal geography [ http://goo.gl/k0IFAP ] is not outlandish speculation. [UMMOA.domains]
http://ummoa.domains/nominet-accepts-ummoa.html

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Core values of the Micronationalist
Micronationalists don't just honour different nations compared to most people, but also different values. [Micronational.org]
http://micronational.org/core-values.html

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GEO Ministry of Homeless Affairs expansion
During the warm spell of December 2015, the GEO Ministry of Homeless Affairs has taken advantage of the relatively mild winter to expand its mission. [GEO]
http://geo.pe/geo-mha-expansion.html

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Governor of the UMMOA made Marquess of Ortanova (Holy Roman Empire)
In the past, the Governor of UMMOA was made Baron of Sealand (2006), Baron of Carniola (2010), and also Baron of the Baltic Principality (2012). On 22 December 2015, the Governor of the UMMOA was made Marquess of Ortanova (hereditary fount of honour of the Holy Roman Empire) by His Serene Highness Don Francesco Mavelli, Prince of the Holy Roman Empire. The title of marquess ranks below that of a duke, which was often restricted to the royal family, and ranks higher than that of count or earl. Moreover, the title of marquess (or marquis) of the Holy Roman Empire, besides having a feudal jurisdiction, often also gave princely or sovereign jurisdiction to the margrave. For example, the marquess could often mint its own coins, have a court of justice, and more. [BCT.io]
http://bct.io/marchese-di-ortanova-2015-12-22.pdf
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International [States] Parliament for Safety and Peace changes name to World Organization of States [for Safety and Peace]
The International [States] Parliament for Safety and Peace, organisation which in italian was formerly known as Parlamento Mondiale [degli Stati] per la Sicurezza e la Pace, has changed its name to World Organization of States [for Safety and Peace], or in Italian, Organizzazione Mondiale degli Stati [per la Sicurezza e la Pace]. [IW]
http://intermicronational.com/ispsp-changes-name.html

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UMMOA-GEO to virtually ban all official use of the Wikipedia
The UMMOA-GEO, and/or its institutions, shall not only continue to use the Fifth World Wiki at least for draft articles, and Wikinfo for full linkable articles, but we will avoid using the Wikipedia even as a reference in any article. [Jeuday.com]
http://jeuday.com/ugeo-wikipedia-ban.html

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Online status check of root servers in the Cesidian Root (CRt)
There is now a new online site to check the status of Cesidian Root (CRt) root servers. The Cesidian Root is the Internet or alternative DNS root of the UMMOA-GEO. The new online status check is very good for troubleshooting because UDP/TCP ports are presented clearly, the different Internet Protocol versions, and the site produces fast results. [CRt]
http://onlinestatus.cesidian.info/
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Micronational mind over matter
Wikipedia actually disparages micronations for being "mindless matter", while the UMMOA is proving itself more and more to actually be mind over matter, and in the most brutal way. [UFM]
http://ummoa.fm/micronational-mind-over-matter.html

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Cesidian Root (CRt) Mail now supports Mailvelope
Cesidian Root (CRt) Mail now supports Mailvelope. Mailvelope is a browser extension for Google Chrome and Firefox that allows secure email communication based on the OpenPGP standard. It can be configured to work with an arbitrary Webmail provider. [CRt News]
https://goo.gl/hL8ASO
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