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Edwin Manaois

Citizen based in Sydney, 02, Australia. Joined on Jan 2, 2010
Expertise in Technology, Internet

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Brisbane flood: 9,000 homes predicted to go underwater

Compared with the flood that inundated Brisbane in 1974, the flash flood sweeping Australia’s third biggest city is the worst in history as 9,000 homes are predicted to go underwater.

Witchcraft a legal occupation in Romania

In order to avert plunging the government further into recession, witchcraft was legalized in Romania along with other odd occupations like embalmers and astrologists.

Australians GPs told to stay off Facebook

Following claims of doctors' unethical behaviour such as making fun of patients online, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) warned doctors to be cautious in using social networking sites such as Facebook.

Half a million people support WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Ahead of the Tuesday court hearing in London for the embattled Julian Assange, over 500,000 supporters signed an online petition denouncing his arrest and detention in the UK prison.

Facebook Sets First Hacker Cup in January 2011

Hackers worlwide will be given the chance to show their mettle and compete against each other during Facebook's First Hackers Cup to be held January 2011.

Assange isolated inside UK cell

The 39-year old founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, has been transferred to an isolation cell from the main section of Wandsworth prison. Jennifer Robinson, one of Assange legal team said Friday.

Op-Ed: Does the world need Julian Assange?

He may not have the wealth of a Mark Zuckerberg or an empire of a Bill Gates yet Julian Assange has been turning the waves of politics like never before.

Support pours in for Julian Assange

Over 200 people in Brisbane, Australia had gathered Thursday evening to air their support for the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Hackers retaliate in support of WikiLeaks founder

A group of hackers called Anonymous claimed to have cracked several sites of international credit card service, MasterCard and Visa,on Wednesday in an apparent revenge over WikiLeaks backlash.

Malaysian hacker stole over 400,000 card numbers in the US

Lin Mun Poo, 32, was indicted by grand jury in New York over a massive hacking involving over 400,000 credit card numbers.

Op-Ed: Impressive boxing skill won it for Pacman against the Tornado

Manny Pacquiao's impressive speed was proven once again - it is an effective weapon against bulk and height when he won another title on top of his seven titles in seven different divisions Saturday night at the Cowboy's Stadium against Margarito.

Boxing: 'Absolutely, it is a mismatch,' said Dela Hoya

Straight from the mouth of the Golden Boy himself, Oscar Dela Hoya made this remark in response to a question thrown at him by Michael Marley of Examiner.com.

Philippines: Local Poll Set Tomorrow

Barely six months after the national election in the Philippines Filipinos will once again troop to voting precincts all over the country to elect their local leaders.

Op-Ed: After Manny Pacquiao, who would be Baguio’s next adopted boxer?

Dubbed as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City is well known for its cool climate and a consistent 18-25 degrees Celsius all-year round.

Boxing: A Possible Torrecampo-Pacquiao Rematch

Torrecampo, the only Filipino who dealt Pacquiao's first loss as a professional boxer, is staging a comeback before the year ends.

Boxing: Juan scares Pacman, Roach saves the day

The super typhoon named Juan, who packs a walloping 250 kph, is about to hit northern Philippines including Baguio City before noon on Monday, October 18. What do Fiilipino boxing superstars have to say about the typhoon?

Mackillop Exposed a Case of Pedophilia

On October 17, Mary MacKillop will be canonized in Vatican making her the first Australian Saint. Following the announcement of her canonization, she will be known as Saint Mary of the Cross.

Possible Eruption of Taal Volcano in the Philippines

Taal Volcano has been inactive since 1977 and few days ago the National Disaster Coordinating Council and PhiVolcs, both government agencies in the Philippines are closely monitoring the behavior of Taal Volcano.

South Korean Father's Internet Obsession Jailed Over Baby Neglect

By abandoning his newborn baby starved to death, a South Korean father was sentenced to jail Friday. The 42-year old taxi driver was sentenced to 2 years in prison. His wife was spared because she is pregnant.

Venus Tastes for Lace at the French Open

Venus Williams has a stunning taste for fashion on the lawn. This time she stepped out onto the lawn wearing a black lace with red bustier during a game in the French open.
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