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Ecuadorian Narcotics Police Seizes Cocaine Operative

The Narcotics Police of Ecuador seized a ton and half of cocaine in operatives done by officers in the provinces of Pichincha and Manabí. According to Marcelo Tobar, Chief of Narcotics of Pichincha said that the drugs were camouflaged in wooden boards that were going to be sent...
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All Eyes On Chile: The Rescue of Chilean Miners [Photos]

Here you can see a Photo Album of the best pictures from the Rescue of Chilean Miners. Click on the ‘Next’ Button to see the next image on the album and ‘Back’ to go back to the previous image. If you want to see a better quality click on the image to...
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15 Miners Have Been Released

Chile is celebrating the successful rescue of the miners who have been trapped 700 meters underground for 70 days in San Jose mine, ten of the workers have already been released. Alex Vega Salazar, 31, is the 10th miner to be freed, according to Health Minister Jaime Mañalich he...
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Palestinian Demands Official Borders with Israel

The Palestinian negotiator, Yaser Abed Rabbo, urged the United States and Israel the definition of the borders of the Israeli State. “We officially ask the Government of the United States and Israel to present a map with the borders of the Israeli State they want to recognize”,...
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Hungary Toxic Spill Claims Another Life

BUDAPEST, 13 October (EFE) With the death of another wounded during the industrial disaster, the rate grows to nine deceased due to the toxic wastes that swept over 40 square kilometers in southwest Hungary. Civic Protection informed today that it was an old person who lived in...
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World Forum Analyzed “Weather Migrants” Situation

QUITO, Ecuador. The Migration Worldwide Social Forum finished last night after Quito gave its statement; population resettlement due to weather change in native and rural communities was one of the main topics discussed. Approximately 50 million people have been forced to migrate...
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Spanish Cyclist Waiting to be Back on Track

Spanish cyclist, Alberto Contador, was suspended temporary because he was suspected of using drugs. The verdict on the case is still pending by the decision of the International Cyclist Union (UCI). Recently Contador recovered his fighting spirit according to an optimist message...
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