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Opposition Rejects Economic and Military Pressure in Libya

United States blocked $30,000 million of assets of Libya, and also plans to mobilize naval units into the coast of the country to pressure Muammar al Gaddafi to leave the country. The leader of Libya is entrenched in Tripoli and neighboring cities with the support of guerrilla...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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There Will Be a Fine for Those Who Will Not Vote In Referendum

According to the National Electoral Council (NEC), those who will chose not to vote this May 7th in the coming Ecuadorian Referendum must pay $ 34.40 as a penalty. Edwin Jimenez, NEC Logistics Chief, said that according to art. 202 of the Democracy Code, the fine will be 10% of...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Gaddafi Bank Accounts are Frozen

This Tuesday, Austria and Germany froze the bank accounts of the Libyan leader Muammar al Gaddafi and his family. These sanctions were made with the approval of the European Union and the United Nations. These measures also include the freezing of the funds of high officials, and...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Christina Aguilera Bailed Out of Prison

Grammy Award winner Christina Aguilera was arrested at dawn for being publicly inebriated. The singer had to pay a $250 to bail out of prison. The singer was with her boyfriend, Matthew Rutler–who was driving drunk– when a police car ordered them to pull over. The...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Nelly Furtado Will Donate The Money Gaddafi Paid Her

Canadian singer Nelly Furtado has decided to donate the money that Libya President Muamar Gaddafi paid her for performing at a hotel. “In 2007, I was paid 1 million $ by the Gaddafi clan to play a 45 min. show for guests at a hotel in Italy. I am going to donate this $,” she...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Four Members of ETA are Detained in Vizcaya

In the province of Vizcaya, the Civil Guard gave a hard blow to the ETA during this morning. The agents apprehended four unknown members of ETA and also registered three houses in Bilbao and another one Galdakao. In the households the officers discovered and seized 200 kilograms...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Atletico Junior’s pet died after being kicked by a player

  The Emblematic owl of Atletico Juniors team of Colombia died after it was expelled from the soccer field with an unwarranted kick of Deportivo Pereira Panamanian player, Luis Moreno, a few minutes after the meeting. Moreno, who immediately apologized publicly because of...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Anti-Narcotics Operation Intensifies in Rio de Janeiro

Today, five alleged drug dealers perished during crossfire and another five were arrested in the anti-narcotics operative performed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The operative was made against the drug deals in Jacarezinho, one of the biggest favelas of Rio. The police performed the...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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Leaders of Arab Riots and Wikileaks Are Candidates For the Nobel Peace Prize

The creators of the Internet, Wikileaks and the leaders of Arab riots are among the 241 candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize this year. “The final number of candidates is 241, 53 of them are organizations,” Geir Lundestad (Nobel Institute director) said on Tuesday....
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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70,000 Students From Guayaquil Receive Free Books

70,000 pupils from 130 public and charter schools, located in urban and rural areas, will receive more than 190,000 free books. Thanks to the municipal program “Más Libros Bachillerato,” the mayor of Guayaquil, Jaime Nebot Saadi, made the symbolic delivery of the free books...
Posted On 01 Mar 2011
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