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this website is hacked by.Mr.Rizgar halshoy

no group no one no bullshit Iam alone

msg:Hello admin your website have been hacked due to security vulnerability and it's not hacked such as aspecific target
Iam from kurdistan and proudly Iam muslim And Iam kurdish
next time secure your website
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"The NAFEO internship program is one that I encourage all college students to take part in. My experience with NAFEO is one that will last a lifetime. I learned a great deal of information and gained numerous resources that are not only helping me in the present but will serve to help me in my future endeavors as well. NAFEO has played a major role in my academic goals, I have plans to attend medical school at the University of North Carolina and through my internship with the FDA I was able to work on a drug safety survey with UNC which was a wonderful experience. The new skills I learned this summer is greatly appreciated."
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Brandon Wims
North Carolina A&T University, Health Resources and Services Administration, Summer 2007
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