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Libyan Tribes Leave Gaddafi

Members and chiefs of the Libyan tribes asked Gaddafi to resign, while the rebels in Misurata, thanks to the support of NATO, established some security in the city. The French writer, Bernard-Henri Levy, published in Paris his support to the Libyan rebel. The document was written...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Archbishop of Guayaquil Announced a Vigil to Honor John Paul II

Antonio Arregui, Archbishop of Guayaquil and president of the Ecuadorian Episcopal Conference, announced that this Sunday they will take the occasion of the beatification of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican to celebrate the 26 anniversary of the pontiff’s visit to Ecuador....
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Ecuador Face Australia in Sub-20 Match

The Ecuadorian soccer team will participate in the World sub 20 of Colombia, the first round match will be against Australia, Spain, and Costa Rica in the group C. On Saturday of July 31, the Ecuadorian team will play against the Australians in Manizales. On August 3 it will...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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UEFA Starts Disciplinary Process for Mourinho

This afternoon after the dispute of the semifinals in the League of Champions, UEFA confirmed the disciplinary processes against Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, especially because of the statements made by Jose Mourinho. The complaints against Real Madrid are because of the...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Cesar Carrion’s Wife Began a Hunger Strike

Janeth Orbe, wife of former hospital director of police, César Carrión, declared herself in hunger strike this morning to demand the release of her husband, accused of an alleged complicity in the  attempted of assassination to President Rafael Correa, on September 30th. Orbe...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Another Sue for Local Journalists Due to “Big Brother” Book

On March 25th before the Provincial Court of Pichincha, the Minister of Transport and Public Works (MTOP), Maria de los Angeles Duarte, filed a civil suit for moral damages against Ecuadorian journalists Juan Carlos Calderon and Christian Zurita authors of the book called...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Population And Crops Are Affected By Ashes Of Volcano Tungurahua

Because of the removal of volcanic ash from the Tungurahua, acres of crops, animals, and people surrounding the area have been affected by these events which are eruptive process for eleven years. Although the Geophysical Institute of the National Polytechnic School said the...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Byron Moreno Will Be Sentenced in May

Federal prosecutors announced on Thursday that Ecuadorian former referee Byron Moreno, will be sentenced 20 years in prison due to drug charges on May 20th in Brooklyn. Moreno was arrested last year in New York’s Kennedy Airport after arriving on a flight from Ecuador with...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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Tourist Routes were Inaugurated at General Cemetery of Guayaquil

Yesterday, the General Cemetery of the Welfare Board of Guayaquil (Ecuador), described as Cultural Heritage in October 2003, celebrated its 188 years of foundation with a tour in its facilities. The time was propitious to introduce the three tourist routes that have been...
Posted On 28 Apr 2011
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CNT Will Charge Shipping Fees in Home Deliveries of Phone Bills

Since May, the National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC) ordered the payment of ¢0.56 based on the delivery of the phone bills to each home. In the bills corresponding to the period of March (which will be delivered in Abril) a lowar box includes the message that reports the...
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