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Galapagos was Affected by Remnants of Tsunami

Galapagos Island had three tourist locations affected by the strong waves, two of the places were located in the Island of San Cristobal and the third one was in Santa Cruz. According to preliminary reports the National Park Galapagos (PNG) indicated that the beaches of that...
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Mana’s New Single Has Been Released

Latin rock band Maná is back in the music charts thanks to its new song “Lluvia al corazón,” the first single of the band’s new disc “Drama y Luz.” Excited fans waited five years for the Mexican band to release its last album,  which was recorded in Los...
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Apple Accepts Red Cross Donations To Help Japan

Many companies and personalities are eager to help Japan in its after natural disasters crisis. Apple has the initiative to help the Asian country by accepting donations to the American Red Cross’ Japan earthquake and tsunami relief fund through its iTunes Store....
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Valencia’s Return is Received with Great Expectations

Last Saturday, the Ecuadorian player, Antonio Valencia returned to the game field after nearly six months of recovery from an injury that he suffered in his tibia and fibula. Fans from Ecuador and the Manchester United celebrated the return of Valencia. The fans in Old Trafford...
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Russia Proposes Japanese population To Move To Siberia

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, vice chairman of Duma (Russia’s lower house) and head of the Liberal Democrat party LDPR, proposed on Sunday to Japan and its population to move to the unoccupied spaces of Russia . “After the recent events in Japan, the parliamentary LDPR...
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Environmental Summit Starting Today in Ecuador

Today, in Guayaquil, it begins the International Summit on the Environment (CIMA), in order to promote Ecuador as an environmentalist country. The appointment will be in the Conventions Center of Guayaquil at 20h00, which will give an opening cocktail. Tomorrow it will be held...
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Mel Gibson Will Not Go to Jail

Famous actor Mel Gibson will not go to prison for the supposed charges of bad treatments to his former couple, Oksana Grigorieva. Last Friday the California Justice informed that after an agreement with the district attorney, a decision was made and the charges of gender violence...
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Japan in Nuclear Peril

A new nuclear disaster looms in Japan after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the nation. This is the biggest crisis the country has faced in 65 years, since World War II. The prime minister Naoto Kan made this statement. Today a hydrogen explosion occurred in reactor #3 at...
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Books Travel Around Guayaquil

The pro-reading campaign “El Libro Viajero” (The Traveling Book), sponsored by Diario and Fundación El Universo, begins today. This is a project to promote reading among the citizens of Guayaquil, to make this happen, 117 copies of novels, poems, essays and stories...
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Shakira and Piqué kiss confirms romance

Rumors about the relationship between the Colombian singer Shakira and Spanish footballer Gerard Pique were confirmed after the publication of some photos in the latest edition of Caras’ magazine in Colombia, in which they show themselves deeply in love in the middle of a kiss....
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