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Humala Adds Concern in Lima Financial Market

The stock market of Lima dropped by 5,17% on Monday, the investors await to know who will win the elections.  A small increase of the candidate Ollanta Humala in the polls has left the markets very nervous, and they prefer the economic model proposed by Keiko Fujimori. Both...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Vargas Llosa Canceled his Partnership Due to Alleged Favoritism

Writer Mario Vargas Llosa asked today to Newspaper El Pais to cease sending his Sunday column called “Piedra de toque” to the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio to which he accuses of “manipulating information” and have become a “propaganda machine fo...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Smart Cameras Will Be Active Between June and August

In November 2010, the Transit Commission of Ecuador (CTE) implemented 276 smart cameras, which measure between 30 and 40 inches long, with traffic lights in 70 intersections in north of the city (Guayaquil), drivers are confused because they do not know what is the function of...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Germany detected 365 new cases of ‘E. coli’

The disease control center in Germany has confirmed 365 new cases of people infected with the  E. coli bacterium, while the government struggles to find the source of the outbreak, once ruled that it does not come from the Spanish cucumbers. A quarter of all the new cases also...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Honduras Rejoined the OAS

The countries of the OAS voted and approved the reinstatement of Honduras to the group after two years of absence. The organization joined the Central American country with 32 votes in favor and one against. The United States defended today the return of Honduras t...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Joseph S. Blatter was Re-elected FIFA President

The 61st FIFA Congress gathered today in Zurich re-elected Joseph S. Blatter as FIFA president for a fourth term expiring in year 2015. A clear majority of 186 association members voted for the incumbent president. In total, 203 votes were cast in an election conducted by secret...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Spanish Cucumber Warning was Lifted by the European Commission

The European Commission lifted the health warning order against Spanish cucumbers after an erroneous report from the German authorities about a relationship between these products and the deadly outbreak of EHEC bacteria, announced today the Spanish Health Ministry. Th...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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Chavez will visit Ecuador to Discuss Cooperation Agreements

Ecuadorian president, Rafael Correa confirmed that on Tuesday June 7 his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez will visit Ecuador to discuss the progress in bilateral cooperation in areas such as energy, trade, education, and culture. “We will be honored again with the visit...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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New Controversy Among Newspaper El Universo and the Government

A publication made in Daily El Universo today on alleged businesses made by the owners of the newspaper with the State generated reactions from both the newspaper and the official media. On 3 May, El Telégrafo (now a Government media) made a publication stating that Daily El...
Posted On 01 Jun 2011
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