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People Wore Purple to Support Spirit Day

Hundreds of people wore purple yesterday to support the Spirit day cause. Purple symbolizes ‘spirit’ on the rainbow flag—the pride symbol for LGBT community— that was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978. Thousands of LGBT youth face pressures and bullying. Spirit Day...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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Two Miners Left In Casa Negra Found Dead

After 138 hours of intense rescue labors in the Casa Negra deposit at Portovelo, El oro; the two miners who had not been rescued yet were found dead yesterday. The bodies of Ángel Vera (29) and Pedro Mendoza (28) were found 150 meters deep in the same place where they were...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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The IV Binational Meeting Between Ecuador and Peru Gets Cancelled

QUITO – Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry reported on Thursday morning that the IV Binational Governments Meeting of  Ecuador and Perú and their Presidents has been cancelled because of agenda issues in both countries. In an official press release by the Foreign Ministry it was...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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Two Ecuadorian TV Channels Forced To Change Owners

The Groups of the Families Eljuri and Egas, owners of ETV Telerama and Teleamazonas (two of the most popular TV Ecuadorian Channels) were forced by the Law to officially sell their shares on Wednesday night. Representatives from both networks made the official lega...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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The Pope Named an Ecuadorian Archbishop Cardinal

Pope Benedict XVI elected Bishop Raul Vela Chiriboga (Emeritus Archbishop of Quito, Ecuador ) as a new cardinal yesterday. Vela is now part of the College of Cardinals and may vote in the upcoming Pope election. The Pope chose 23 bishops to be cardinals—the Ecuadorian is among...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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Ecuadorian Immigrants Complain About the Voluntarily Affiliation

On October 3,  2009,  members of the Social Security (IESS) arrived to New York with the intention to promote voluntarily affiliation. This is an old aspiration from the Ecuadorians that live in the area since they don’t have residency documents; this limits their access to...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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The new MacBook Air: Lighter Than Ever

“What would happen if a MacBook and an iPad hooked up?” asked Steve Jobs, Apple’s Chief Executive, at an audience at its Cupertino, California campus. The result is a pair of laptops 0,60 inches thick. They use flash memory for storage instead of mechanical hard...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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Nuclear Plant in Venezuela Causes Contempt

The “Mesa de la Unidad Democratica” (MUD) is the biggest group of opposing political parties in Venezuela. They believe that the treaty between Russia and their country was done without the acknowledgement of the country. This might be a hidden movement against the EE.UU. During...
Posted On 21 Oct 2010
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