Oxford will begin vaccine testing against Ebola

Experts from the English University of Oxford will begin this Wednesday clinical trials of a vaccine against the Ebola virus. According to the Jenner Institute at Oxford, in charge of this experiment, the first volunteers will receive today a dose containing a small part of the...

Two new dead in Ukraine after combats in the Donetsk region

A day after Kiev approved to grant more autonomy and elections in the separatist pro-Russian regions, the combats continued this Wednesday in the surroundings of the Donetsk airport. As a result of the fighting, two civilians were shot dead in the separatist city in eastern...

President Correa qualifies as a “destabilization attempt” the labor unions march

President Rafael Correa warned this Tuesday, September 16 that his government will face on the 17th of the same month an attempt of destabilization by the labor unions, who will march in Quito. “Let no man deceive, they want to see if it works and a destabilizing process...

US will attack the sanctuaries of the Islamic State and does not rule out sending troops

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced yesterday that US airstrikes will target the shrines of the jihadists. During a hearing in the Senate, Hagel said that the air strikes of his country will focus “at the shrines of the Islamic state in Syria. This includes their...

Japan is taken by surprise by a 5.6 degrees earthquake

An earthquake of a 5.6 degrees magnitude on the Richter scale was registered on September 16 in central Japan, including Tokyo, without reported demages or an emitted tsunami warning. The Japan Meteorological Agency said that the earthquake occurred at 12:28 local time (3.28 GMT)...

Vatican’s Car is stopped with drugs in its interior

Agents of the French police found inside a car with diplomatic plates of the Vatican four kilos of cocaine and 150 grams of marijuana last Sunday during a roadblock in Chambery, near the Italian border. The two occupants, of Italian nationality, 30 and 41 years old, respectively,...

President Obama identifies 22 countries with the highest drug trafficking

The United States President Barack Obama identified on Monday, September 15, the 22 countries whose drugs production or trafficking have the greatest impact on his country. Obama declared Bolivia, Burma and Venezuela as three countries that have failed “demonstrably”...

SRI detects irregularities in the vehicular trade

The Internal Revenue Service (SRI for its Spanish acronym) warned on Monday, September 15, on the income and marketing of vehicles in an irregular manner through the use of intermediaries and nominees. According to the organization, fake invoices and documents are bei...