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Israel Tested Computer Worm Against Iran

The United States intelligence services along with Israel developed a destructive computer worm that can sabotage the manufacture of nuclear weapons of Iran. The New York Times quoted military experts and intelligence members who assured the effectiveness of Stuxnet, the...
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Vice-president Assures Subsidies will Maintain

On Monday, Vice President of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, assured that the $4.000 million of subsidies in the country will be kept, because their elimination represents a high social and political cost. Moreno said that the government will maintain the subsidies, because they have...
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“Stand up, Move Often”

Between 2003 and 2006, experts from the University of Queensland, Australia analyzed 4,757 people between 20 years or older, who participated in the U.S National Survey of Health and Nutrition Examination. The results were that individuals who spend long periods seated without...
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Barcelona S.C. gets Ready for Upcomming Match

The team formation would be defined on the next days, according to Barcelona coach, Ruben Dario Insua this lineup would be employed to measure the Deportes Tolima of Colombia team on the Wednesday match in the so called Noche Amarilla. During such event Barcelona will present...
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Apple’s Steve Jobs Takes a Medical Break

Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs announced this Monday that he is going to take a medical license to focus on his health. Jobs has named Tim Cook as his replacement, this would be the second time Cook covers Jobs since 2009, when Steve was absent from Apple from January to June due to...
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Nicolas Lapentti Will Not Play Anymore

Ecuadorian Tennis player Nicolas Lapentti announced his retirement as a professional player due to the injuries he has been suffering during the last month.  This has diminished his performance in national and international competitions. “I’m leaving the tennis with the calmness...
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Campaign for a Decent Work Started Today

Today the Ecuadorian Ministry of Labor Relations began the campaign “Trabajo Digno” (Decent work) which objective is to communicate the rights and obligations of employers and employees. The campaign will last six months and will include commercials and random visits...
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Anonymous Video Reveals Plot against Evo Morales

An anonymous person gave to the Bolivian medias a video, which shows how Ignacio Villa Vargas, a very important witness in an alleged plot from the right party against President Evo Morales in 2009, is bribed to leave the country. The images show how a government official -.whose...
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The Golden Globes Awards’ Highlights

The 68th edition of the Golden Globes ceremony was celebrated on Sunday and broadcasted worldwide from Los Angeles, California. The event was hosted by British comedian Ricky  Gervais, who made jokes about some of the personalities in the audience, such as Charlie Sheen. David...
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Berlusconi Could Leave his Position due to Prostitution Charges

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who has been accused for several counts of child prostitution and abuse of power, was discovered by Parliament on Monday. A committee must decide on Wednesday whether to allow researchers to break into Berlusconi’s office to look for...
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