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Severe Floodings Activate High Alert in Australia

The giant water spouts that have shaken Australia since yesterday were placed on high alert by the Government of Brisbane, the worst affected city in the country with more than two million people. The authorities have warned of the seriousness of the situation and have begun to...
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Motorola Introduces The Atrix 4G

Motorola could not lag behind in the competitive smartphone catalog, the brand introduced at the CES in Las Vegas its latest phone, the Atrix 4G, which promises to revolutionize the mobile market by integrating NVIDIA Tegra 2dual core, 4” touch screen and 1GB of RAM. I...
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Border Conflict Between Costa Rica and Nicaragua

Costa Rica and Nicaragua have a border dispute for Rio San Juan, which is the border between the two countries. Nicaragua wants to build a canal to divert the San Juan River, which according to Costa Rica, would damage the wetlands of Calero Island, that are protected since 1996...
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Over 800 Thousand Haitians are Deployed After Earthquake

The United Nations informed that there are over 800 thousand Haitians living on miserable conditions. This morning the country commemorates a year of the earthquake that assailed Puerto Principe, now every major humanitarian agency of the UN and the International Federation of...
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Cutting Pills Could Be Dangerous

Scientists at the University of Ghent in Belgium conducted a study which affirms that cutting pills can be dangerous for health. At the study five volunteers were asked to divide eight tablets of different shape and size; among the objects that patients used to split the pill...
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WikiLeaks Would Reveal Documents Faster

Julian Assange, founder of the WikiLeaks site promised that the revelation of information regarding diplomatic communications of the United States would speed up. Assange made these statements when he spoke to the press in front of the Belmarsh Magistrates Court in London. The...
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Emergency in the Ecuadorian Public Health System

Due to the increasing number of patients in public hospitals, the government announced yesterday the 60 days emergency in the national health system. In Portoviejo (Manabi), Cuenca (Azuay) and Caluma (Bolívar), 6 H1N1 cases were confirmed. A $ 406 million dollars investment will...
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Air Security Operative Inaugurated

Yesterday was inaugurated the air security operative which will overfly Guayaquil and Guayas province for 12 hours per day, from 6:00 until 18:00. Police and the National Commission of Land Transport, Traffic, and Road Safety (Cntttsv) are working together in order to fight...
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Prosecutors Closed Several DVD Stores in Guayaquil

The first operative against DVD piracy closed six stores and seized 92,800-copied movies in Guayaquil. This action was performed after the Ecuadorian Institute of Intellectual Property (IEPI), requested a legal process against 26 stores that used to sell copied DVD for their own...
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Will Britney Perform at The Grammys?

PerezHilton.com informed, according to reliable sources that the Pop diva Britney Spears would return to the stage at the Grammys 2011 Feb. 13 in Los Angeles. This would the first live performance of the singer in years, apparently “she has been rehearsing for weeks and it...
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