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Fabricio Correa: “My Brother Knows Everything I Do”

Through a radio interview and after two weeks of bed rest due to a lumbar herniated, President Rafael Correa’s old brother, Fabricio, aid this morning that the head of State is wrongly advised from people who benefits from being in his environment. Fabricio said his brother knew...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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Valencia Nominated for Best Player After a Long Absence

The official website of Manchester United announced the payroll of players qualified as the best player in March. Despite having played only three games, Ecuadorian player Antonio Valencia is considered among the candidates. Near Valencia, players like Wayne Rooney, Chris...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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Movements and Political Parties Begin a Premature Campaigns

Although The Campaign Period Officially Begins This Saturday, March 26 (It Ends On May 4), Several Political Parties And Social Movements Began To Promote Messages Ahead Proselytizing For the Yes and No opinions  In Universities And Streets Of Different Cities Of Ecuador....
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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Delfin Quishpe Releases New Song Dedicated to the Chilean Miners

Ecuadorian singer Delfin Quishpe released his new song Todo hombre es un minero (Every Man is a Miner) yesterday afternoon, fulfilling his promise to create a song inspired by the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners who spent 69 days trapped underground.The video was just uploaded...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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NATO Will Lead the Military Mission in Libya

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will take command of the military operation in Libya next week. The agreement was reached after a call made by the State Secretary of North America, Hillary Clinton, and her counterparts from the United Kingdom, France, and Turkey....
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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High Doses of Radiation Affect Three Employees at Fukushima Nuclear Plant

According to reports from the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency in Japan (NISA), three workers at the Fukushima nuclear power plant received high radiation doses. The workers were exposed to a radioactivity of 170 to 180 millisievert, the deputy director of NISA, Hidehiko...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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Cell of the Sinaloa Cartel Disbanded in Guayaquil

  In a rice warehouse located in Mapasingue, a neighborhood located in the north of Guayaquil, three men were arrested when the police discovered that they were part of an international drug traffic operation. The information obtained will be traded with the Office of...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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7 degree Earthquake Shook Myanmar (Burma)

An 7.0 degrees on the Richter scale earthquake occurred on the northeastern of Myanmar (Burma), the movement was also felt in Bangkok, where skyscrapers were moved for several seconds. The United States Geological Survey located the epicenter provisionally at a 229.4km depth,...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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Gaddafi’s Army Intensifies Land Attacks

Yesterday the international coalition planes bombed the palace of coronel Muammar al Gaddafi in the complex of Bab el Aziza, in the south of the capital. The Libyan leader appeared on this site to make a speech were he reassured his intention to remain in Libya. The Libyan media...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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Guayaquil Citizens Gathered to Reject The International War Arbitration in Libya

Yesterday afternoon, several people gathered at Plaza de San Francisco in the city of Guayaquil – Ecuador -, to express through banners and balloons their opposition to the resolution taken by the UN Security Council a few days ago. People at the peaceful encampment...
Posted On 24 Mar 2011
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