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Supercomputers in Desktop Size

Imagine having a super computer in desktop size, that idea is not too far from becoming a reality since scientists at the University of Massachusetts Lowell were able to put together over a thousand processor cores onto a single chip. There is also a green angle to this idea:...
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North Korea Proposes Dialogue with South Korea

The Pyongyang regime proposed today a dialogue without conditions with South Korea to solve the crisis among them. This was informed by the North Korean state agency KCNA. According to the communication of the KCNA, the dialogue would treat peace issues, reconciliation, unity,...
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New Arrest Warrants Against Land Traffickers

Two arrests warrants against alleged land traffickers were announced today by the district attorney of Guayas, Antonio Gagliardo, in a press conference. The orders are against Balerio Estacio´s brother, Tony Estacio, and against Marcos Solis, squatter leader.
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35 Have The H1N1 Virus

Juan Martín Moreira, National Director of Epidemiology in the Ministry of Health, informed that 35 from 467 samples taken randomly in public and private hospitals throughout the country (mostly in Pichincha and Imbabura); reported the H1N1 virus. Accord...
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Free Approval of Foreign Degrees

It is not necessary to pay between $ 3,000 and $ 10,000 in order to have an approved foreign degree. The National Secretariat for College Education (Senescyt) shall attend the procedure. To accept the degree it will be a list of the world’s most prestigious universities. If...
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Moreno Met with Fidel Castro

The Cuban leader, Fidel Castro compromised to support Ecuador on the new National Program of Disability Prevention that would begin on March. Informed the Vice presidency of the country. Vice president Lenin Moreno had a meeting with Fidel Castro in La Habana, to discuss the...
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Meryl Streep Will Play The Iron Lady

American actress Meryl Streep will soon be on the set of The Iron Lady, since she will play the role of iconic British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who was in charge from 1979 to 1990. Jim Broadbent, the actor who will play Margaret’s husband, Denis, said he thought Meryl...
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Flu Cases fill Hospitals

The flu has risen in this era because of climate change. Hundreds of parents go to the hospitals with their children -who have congestion, fever, and chest pain and some of them: diarrhea and vomiting- in order to get medical attention for them. Dozens of kids go to the...
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Earthquake Destroyed Populations in Iran

A seism of 5,3 in the Richter scale affected this Wednesday the south of Iran, the natural phenomena left 16 wounded, and destroyed over ten towns. The movement began around 09:25 am in the region of Ardakan in the province of Fars. The homes of those towns were composed of...
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Greece Proposes its Own Immigrant Fence

The Greek government insisted on the need of building a protection fence in its border with Turkey to stop the constant access of illegal immigrants in their country. The structure has a length of 12,5 km, which would cover the extension of the border in an agricultural zone that...
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