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Correa Accuses U.S. Embassy in Quito to Commit Espionage after Wikileaks Cables

The Ecuadorian president, Rafael Correa accused the U.S. embassy in Quito to commit espionage within the police and local armed forces, which is why he decided to declare unwelcome person to Ambassador Heather Hodges and asked her to leave Quito on Tuesday. Correa said:...
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Humala and Fujimori Lead Peru’s Second Electoral Round

After counting 68.7% of the votes in the polls, Ollanta Humala, leftist candidate, leads the election projections with 28.8%, followed by Congresswoman Keiko Fujimori (22.6%) who increased her difference with the former Finance Minister Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (21.6%). Former...
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Acer’s New Keyboardless Laptop

Tablets were the most wanted item among geeks and tech fans, due to its touch screen features. Computer company Acer recently introduced a keyboardless laptop, this is possible thanks to its two 14” screens. The second screen has the touchscreen keyboard. Acer’s Iconia 6120 comes...
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Yes Option Will not Compete with Null or Blank Votes in Ecuadorian Referendum

Blank and null votes will not have the same relevance as the Yes and No will have in the forthcoming referendum to be held on May 7 in Ecuador. This is due to recent rule changes that the Constituent Assembly did in relation to the scrutiny of referendums and plebiscites, giving...
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Laurent Gbagbo Finally arrested in Ivory Coast

Ivorian Coast politician Laurent Gbagbo finally surrendered after a military assault on his residence in Abidjan. The former president is under the custody of the UN guard. The event occurred when the UN forces that supported the official president, Alassane Ouattara, along with...
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Libyan Rebellion Rejects the AU Cease Fire

During a press conference in Benghazi the rebel leader, and former Libyan Ministry of Justice, Mustafa Abdeljalil, stated that the Libyan rebellion has rejected the proposition of African Union (AU) for a cease-fire. The rebels also expressed their contempt against any...
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Hodges will Leave Ecuador after Wikileaks Cable Scandal

Tomorrow the former U.S. Ambassador, Heather Hodges, in Ecuador will leave the country after being expelled from her position last week due to leakage of information on the Ecuadorian government provided by the organization Wikileaks. Marta Youth, press spokesman of the Embassy...
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Madera de Guerrero Members Regret Enrique Herrería’s Departure

Madera de Guerrero movement said in a statement that they regret and respect the decision taken by Assemblyman Enrique Herrería, and will continue to be part of a serious , real , and analytical opposition towards the decisions this government takes and affect the national...
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