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Fans Remember the 30th Anniversary of John Lennon Today

On a day like this, Mark David Chapman went to John Lennon’s apartment in Manhattan and shot him dead. Today, in NYC, hundreds of fans have gathered with guitars, candles and flowers on Strawberry Fields, the Central Park garden dedicated in his honor, to celebrate the memory of...
Posted On 08 Dec 2010
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Uribe and Chavez Also Fight On WikiLeaks

The phrase of former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe “be a man,” against the Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez during the Latin-American summit of last February in Cancun, Mexico. This event is also registered on the WikiLeaks reports. The document exposes the clash between Uribe...
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A New Referendum in Ecuador

President Correa assured that next week he will send a project amendment to the Constitutional Court, to call a referendum to deal with crime laws. On Monday Correa indicated he would send to the National Assembly the proposal of two constitutional amendments and one legal...
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Guayas Traffic Commission Suspended Attention

This morning the Guayas Traffic Commission (CTG) suspended its attention due to a fire at the central panel of energy transfer. The facilities located on Chile Street and Cuenca is without electric power, which means they do not have their information system that attends public...
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Google’s Cr-48 notebook

Google’s Cr-48 notebook is a reality, it boots up within 10 seconds and it runs on Google Chrome’s operating system, which is a richer version of Chrome browser. “Chrome notebooks are designed to reach the web instantly,” wrote Google in a December 7 blog post.  The...
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Riot in Chilean Prison Killed 81 Convicts

Early in the morning there was a riot at the San Miguel prison in Chile. The incident occurred because of a fight among the inmates which started a fire that caused the death of 81 prisoners and 14 injured. Jaime Concha Soto, sub director of the Chilean Police stated, “So far we...
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Yasuní Could Be Exploited

Rafael Correa gave today an ultimatum to the international community in the Climate Change Summit in Cancun. He warned that if the compensation requested is not received, next year the country will decide to exploit the oil of Yasuni National Park. Ecuador’s proposal is to...
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MEC Announces New Baccalaureate

The secondary education system will change since April of 2011 in Ecuador. The Ministry of Education (MEC) will hold a workshop today (until Saturday), where 240 teachers from all over the country will attend. The new baccalaureate will not require the choice of a specialization,...
Posted On 08 Dec 2010
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