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Charlie Sheen and Two and a Half Men

According NBC News sources close to Sheen are saying that CBS had offered the actor his job on the hit comedy Two and a Half Men. However no deals have been made and the discussions are still ongoing. Recently, The Hollywood Reporter, informed that last week Sheen met senior...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Conaie and Pachakutik Sue President Correa

Today Pachakutik Party and the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) filed a lawsuit against the Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, for allegedly operating permit for oil exploration in “ancestral” territories of isolated villages in the Ecuadorian...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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National Brewery complaints about the expansion of the resolution

The Ecuadorian National Brewery (CN in Spanish) accused the court for trying to deny them their right to put the extraordinary action of protection that the law empowers them, after the resolution imposed by the third Criminal Chamber of Guayas against the company which...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Tito Jara’s First Film will Premiere in April

“A tus espaldas” (“Behind You”) joins the list of films that the Ecuadorian film industry offers. This is the first film directed by Tito Jara and lasts 76 minutes. This is the story of Jordi Lamotta Cisneros, played by the Ecuadorian singer Gabino Torres,...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Match Between Ecuador and Peru Ended in a Tie

The Ecuadorian soccer team disputed a friendly game with Peru in the Dutch city of La Haya. The game is a preparation for Copa America that will begin in July. During the first time of the game, the Ecuadorian players dominated the field. However, the tricolor team lost its...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Rafael Correa Will Not Sue His Brother Because He Respects His Mother

Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, said yesterday in an interview with FMMundo, that he will not sue his brother Fabricio Correa because he respects his mother. He made this statement because of demand that the President brought against journalists Juan Carlos Calderon and...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Those Who Were Rejected By the CNE Find Alternative Media

Citizens that were not qualify by the Ecuadorian National Electoral Council (CNE), are promoting the Yes and the No options using social networks as the only means of communication that is not controlled by election officials. Facebook, YouTube, Blogspot, Twitter, are some of the...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Mana Presented Their New Album

  On Tuesday, Mexican band Mana introduced “Drama and light”, their latest album, in Madrid. According Fher Olvera, lead singer of the group, this album brings “stories of love, heartbreak, and dreams” and even a song that pretends to be an...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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Radiation Discovered in the Air of the Philippines

The Philippines authorities discovered small quantities of radiation that came from the Japanese nuclear plant Fukushima Daiichi. The Ministry of Health informed that the radiation levels in the air are not harmful to humans. Meanwhile the report of the Philippine Nuclear...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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New Traffic Law Intents to Reduce Accidents Toll and Insecurity In Roads

Once the amendment of Traffic Law is published in the Official Gazette, two types of penalties will be set for drivers that violated the maximum speed limit. Drivers who exceed certain speed limits must pay a fine of $ 78 and 6 points will be taken from their driver’...
Posted On 29 Mar 2011
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