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Emelec Could Be Seized

On September 28 of 2010 Attorney Pablo Villavicencio, Issfa coercive judge, ordered to evaluate the assets of Emelec, for a debt amounting of $ 448,099.10 from the rent of a Sport club at Los Samanes. The lease was signed on January 22 of 2002, the document states that Emelec...
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Bolivians Retired $200 million from banks

The government reported today that Bolivians withdrew at least $200 million from banks for fear of retention of deposits and a sharp appreciation of the Bolivian currency. The major withdrawal took place on December 29, despite Evo Morales had assured that there would not be any...
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David Arquette Starts 2011 in Rehab

David Arquette initiated the year checking into rehab for alcohol issues and depression. “I’ve been drinking a lot because I’m heartbroken,” said Arquette on Howard Stern’s radio show, apparently he has been having emotional problems since his wife...
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Schwarzenegger Ended his Government in California

Arnold Schwarzenegger ended his period as governor of California this Monday, he defended the decisions he made until the last moment. The former body building champion, and hero of the film “Terminator” leaves California with many financial issues after seven years of...
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United States and Germany Develop Spy Satellites

The United States Embassy in Oslo rejected the comments made regarding the plan between USA and Germany to create new spy Satellites secretly without caring for the French opposition. The WikiLeaks cable stolen by the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten revealed this information. The...
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New Toshiba Tablet

In late June, Toshiba Corp. will release their new tablet computer, which will have the new version of Android Honeycomb, the mobile software operator of Google Inc. that will allow applications to have several ways to be seen, and present information in different ways depending...
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No Mutation of H1N1 in Ecuador

Although there were 28 cases in the past two weeks, the technical director of the regional health undersecretary, Jhony Real (epidemiologist) affirmed there is no mutation of H1N1 in Ecuador. In 2010, there were 354 cases of H1N1 influenza, according to Real. Children aged...
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Balerio Estacio’s Defense will Appeal Today

Estacio’s defense will present today three lawsuits seeking his freedom. The lawyer of former Assemblyman of Alianza País, Balerio Estacio, will attend today to tribunal 29 of Criminal Justice at Guayaquil to declare a habeas corpus on behalf of his client. He will also...
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Blood Test for Cancer Detection

A blood test to detect cancer cells among millions of healthy cells could be available soon. On Monday, the pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson and the scientists who invented the test will initiate meetings on order to put the test in the market. In addition, four...
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Ecuadorian Immigrants Remittances Increase 3,5%

During the third trimester of 2010 the volume of the remittances sent by Ecuadorian residents in Spain increased 3,5%, which reached the total sum of 1,955 million Euro, (almost 2,600 million dollars). The Bank of Spain revealed the information. This supposes the largest sum of...
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