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Ministry of Culture Denies Request to Remove “El Gran Hermano” Book

By press release, the Ministry of Culture of Ecuador, denied his withdrawal ordered of “El Gran Hermano” (“Big Brother”) book from the stands at the Book Fair in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Ministry pointed out that official Torres, name listed as the sponsor of the...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Humala Leads Surveys For The Second Round Of Elections

According to an Ipsos Apoyo’s survey released yesterday, the former military officer Ollanta Humala, 48, leftist candidate running for Gana Peru alliance is leading the presidential polls for the runoff in Peru with 42%, while rightist candidate and congress woman Keiko...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Ecuadorian Flowers Won Prize of Honor in Italian Exhibition

Ecuador won the Grand Prize of Honor in the best foreign collective participation in the International Exhibition Euroflora 2011, which began on April 21 and ends on 1 May in Genoa, Italy. The Ecuadorian stand showed the path of some of the most beautiful crops in the world. More...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Correa: The Elimination of ATPDEA will not Affect Employment

This morning, President Rafael Correa, confirmed that the final phase of the Andean Trade Preference U.S. (ATPDEA) would not cause unemployment in Ecuador and said tax compensation to both employers and producers. Correa said: “I assure you will not lose a single job for...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Bahrain Court Seeks Death for Protesters

Bahrain is seeking the death penalty for a group of demonstrator’s accused of murdering two policemen during the anti-government demonstrations in the Gulf island kingdom. The government detained the demonstrations in a security crackdown in February, when Shi’ite protesters...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Pamela Cortes Is Now Married

Ecuadorian singer Pamela Cortes married her partner, the Armenia orchestra conductor Davit Harutyunyan on Saturday. The ceremony was celebrated in a family farm at 15:00. Among family and close friends, about 50 guests were present while the couple said “yes.” The...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Ecuadorian Attorney General’s Brother Is Involved In Fiscal Mess

Galo García Carrión, brother of current Attorney General of the State in Ecuador, Diego Garcia, is one of 10 officials being investigated by the prosecution for alleged illegal handling of public funds in the EICA Company Industrial and Commercial Society. Galo Garcia attributed...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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All in One Browser for iPad

No one can deny that the iPad is a useful and interactive device, however sometimes it is complicated to use different applications for different functions, that is why a Spanish group of computer scientists have designed an All in One application that allows users to surf the...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Libyan troops Attack Misrata with rockets

Libyan forces loyal to Gaddafi bombed the rebel city of Misrata. At least 30 people have perished and 60 more were injured in the attack. Ahmed al-Qadi , an engineer that works with a radio station in Misrata informed about the casualties. Presumably the attack was made as a...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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Wikileaks Reveals Guantánamo’s Secrets

Among the nearly 800 detainees who came to house the prison at Guantanamo Bay, the high security prison set up by former U.S. President George W. Bush in 2002 in Cuba, there were at least 30 mentally ill, some of them attempted suicide and at least three succeeded when taking...
Posted On 25 Apr 2011
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