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Nuclear Crisis Threat in Japan Increases

An official of the Nuclear Safety Commission in Japan informed that the nuclear threat has increased from 5 to 7, the highest number in the international scale. The official, whose name was not made public, revealed that the quantity of radiation being leaked by the Fukushima...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Wikileaks Cable Reveals Source of Funds for Correa’s Campaign

One of the offices of the U.S. Embassy in Quito revealed a new cable from Wikileaks which ratified that Ricardo Patiño, former political director and current Foreign Minister of Ecuador, could have been the one who obtained and administered funds in 2006, for presidential...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Steve Jobs’ Biography Will Hit Bookstores in 2012

Walter Isaacson, former Time magazine executive editor, will be the author of the book that will be published by Simon & Shuster editorial, the biography of Steve Jobs, co-founder of the company that gave birth to the famous iPod, Apple. The biography, which is titl...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Heather Hodges Leaves Ecuador Due to Wikileaks Cable Scandal

This morning the U.S. ambassador in Ecuador, Heather Hodges, left the country because of Wikileaks cable that originated a diplomatic crisis that led the expulsion of the ambassador in both countries last week. According to a press spokeswoman for the embassy, Marta Youth, the...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Hosni Mubarak Suffered a Stroke

This Tuesday the former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was admitted to a hospital, according to the comments of a spokesman for the Egyptian military. Egyptian state television reported Mubarak suffered a heart attack while being interrogated over possible corruption charges....
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Champions League Semifinals are Promising

Today the Manchester United qualified to the semifinals of the Champions League of Europe after defeating the Chelsea in Old Trafford with a score of 2-1. The marker was achieved with a goal made by the Mexican player Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez. During the second time, the...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Facebook Will Not Pay More Money to Winklevoss Twins

Brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who were classmates with the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard, will have to settle for the 65 million shares they received in 2008 after a legal battle against  Zuckerberg for “stealing their idea” of the most...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Sucre is Expected to Strengthen Trade Between Countries Within Latin America

Aimed at strengthening the capacity of the Single Regional Compensation System (Sucre for its Spanish acronym), as an exchange mechanism, Venezuela and Ecuador signed a Framework Agreement of Cooperation; this way they expect to strengthen bilateral relations in the field of...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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Metrovía Will Implement Video Cameras to Maximize Security

54 theft allegations on buses received from January 2010 to February 2011and customer complaints about some other irregularities has led to the authorities of Foundation Metrovía to implement video cameras in each of its shuttle buses in order to record what happens inside and...
Posted On 12 Apr 2011
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