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By benim
In Soccer
Jan 13th, 2011
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Samuel Eto’o scored twice to help holders Inter Milan beat Genoa 3-2 in the Italian Cup last 16 on Wednesday. The Cameroon striker opened the scoring on 15 minutes and doubled his tally just before the break. Houssine Kharja hit back with a penalty for the visitors but Kenya midfielder McDonald...
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In Multimedia
Jan 11th, 2011
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No voting equipment, no election officials, no security and an election chairman indicating events are out of his control. “No one is voting because in many areas people are taking the law in to their own hands. Many of our officials have been attacked, many of our voting materials have been di...
By benim
In Canada
Jan 6th, 2011
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ophisticated scam artists are raiding blackberries, I-phones and personal computers and are using sites like Facebook to steal identities and money by fooling friends, Halifax police warn. Det. Const. Dana Drover said Wednesday the best way to protect yourself at home — or using public Wi-Fi — is to ...
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In Canada
Dec 21st, 2010
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VANCOUVER – More than 100 Canadian-Arab Christians are listed on an al-Qaida affiliated website, apparently targeted because of their alleged role in attempting to convert Muslims. Some of those named say concerned Canadian intelligence officials have contacted them. The Shumukh-al-Islam websit...
By benim
In Sci/Technology
Dec 20th, 2010
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Google TV is apparently encountering a bit of static that has resulted in a programming change. A host of TV manufacturers has been expected to unveil new Internet-ready TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month. But Google has asked them to delay their plans so it can overhaul the...
By benim
In News
Dec 15th, 2010
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Over forty protesters mostly women were arrested Tuesday by the Sudanese authorities following a peaceful demonstration staged to protest against brutal flogging of a young woman by the police. The protest took place after the widespread circulation of a video showing a laughing police officer whippi...
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In Abuse
Dec 14th, 2010
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Sudan’s judiciary is investigating the brutal whipping of a young woman, allegedly by uniformed police, after shocking images were circulated on the internet. “An investigation was launched into the lashing of a young woman as seen on a website, and the implementation of sanctions that go...
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In News
Dec 5th, 2010
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The bottom has fallen out of Phillip Emeagwali’s basket of false claims. American oil giant, ExxonMobil, has told NEXT exclusively that it has never dealt with the American-based Nigerian scientist, contrary to Mr. Emeagwali’s repeated claim that he wrote the equations that the company used to simula...
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In Asia
Dec 3rd, 2010
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The whistleblower website WikiLeaks was accessable online Friday with a new Swiss address, wikileaks.ch – after its previous domain name, wikileaks.org was blocked for six hours. According to the Twitter feed of website ,WikiLeaks moves to Switzerland. Internet trace of the new domain name sugg...
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In Uncategorized
Dec 2nd, 2010
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* “Local mania” driving Internet powerhouses * Amazon invests in LivingSocial, EBay buys Milo.com * Google-Groupon deal in the works SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 2 (Reuters) – Amazon.com and eBay Inc are investing in local Internet services, jumping aboard the increasingly popular and lucrati...