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Queen of Spain Visits Aid Projects in Ecuador

Queen Sofia of Spain arrived last night in Ecuador – a country considered “priority” for Spanish aid projects – to visit various development programs, in addition to meet with President Rafael Correa. The queen will begin her activities on Thursday with a...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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Ecuador Embassy is Waiting to Repatriate Compatriots from Japan

Ecuadorian Embassy in Japan is monitoring the Ecuadorians that can still be found outside the areas of risk. Javier Ponce Leiva, Ambassador of Ecuador in Japan, confirmed that the compatriots, who were located on a nuclear hazard zone, are now out of danger and they are gathered...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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Bahrain Crackdown Grows in Magnitude

The month long uprising has expanded in Manama as well as the Shiite villages like Sitra. The insurrection has brought the fury of the Sunni monarchy and their Saudi-led allies who believe that the constitutional reform demanded by the Shiite are a threat to the...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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Digital Content From The New York Times Will Stop Being Free

World renowned newspaper, The New York Times, announced today that it will begin charging for accessing the contents of its website. “Today marks a significant transition for The Times, an important day in our 159-year history of evolution and reinvention,” New York...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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CN Sentence will be Effective Tomorrow

The countdown for the National Brewery (CN) to pay $ 90.9 million due to unpaid profits to its former employees starts running tomorrow, after the ruling will enter in its final process today. These measures, however, will not stop the time limits to be applied in this case which...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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Colombia and Ecuador Began The Repatriation Of Prisoners

This Thursday, Colombia and Ecuador carried out the return and delivery of prisoners handed over to authorities in their respective countries. The event will come as witnesses of honor, “the Colombian Minister of Justice, German Vargas Lleras, and his Ecuadorian...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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Gaddafi Launches an all-out-attack

Today, the forces loyal to Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi launched a full offensive on the strategic refinery town of Ras Lanuf in an attempt to remove the rebels that occupy the town for several days. Currently the town is filled with thick plumes of black smoke. The rebels in the...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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There Will Be Campaigns To Promote the Yes and No Options For The Referendum Questions

The Ecuadorian National Electoral Council (CNE) approved political and social organizations to participate in publicity campaigns to promote the support or rejection for each of the five questions of the upcoming referendum, to be held in May. The issues of the consultation are...
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Just 37 Groups Were Eligible to Participate in Election Campaigns

The Ecuadorian National Electoral Council (CNE) approved only 37 of the 83 organizations registered, to participate in the forthcoming referendum campaigns and referendums to be held this May 7th. Twenty-two provincial offices are still in the process to review their cases. With...
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Nuclear Crisis in Japan is Out of Control

The chief of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Gregory Jaczko, informed that the nuclear crisis in Japan is out of control. The desperate efforts of the plant workers to control the radiation have not given any result. Meanwhile the fuel pool used for reactor #4 has...
Posted On 17 Mar 2011
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