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Humala and Correa will Have an “Open Agenda” in Ecuador

Elected Peruvian president, Ollanta Humala, will arrive in Quito on Tuesday June 28th to meet in an “open agenda” with the president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, the state agency Andes reported today. The agency outlined that Humala will arrive to Quito at 13:00 next...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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113 Stores Selling DVDs and CDs Were Closed by the SRI

One hundred and thirteen stores selling DVDs and CDs were closed yesterday by the Ecuadorian Internal Revenue Service (SRI) during a nationwide crackdown on sales receipts issuance in 168 shops visited. In Guayaquil, the inspections were conducted in 24 stores; half of them were...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Nadal Qualifies to the Third Round of Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal, the number one tennis player of the world is now leading the Wimbledon tournament. The Spaniard is defending his title and this Wednesday he qualified to the third stage of the tennis tournament in Great Britain played in Wimbledon. After defeating the American...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Deadly Floodings Continue in China

Seasonal rains have caused floods in Eastern and Southern Chinese regions, the country neared a critical point since more than 40 miles of dikes are in danger of overflowing. Landslides have been triggered, power and telecommunications have been cut and more than 180 people are...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Newspaper Hoy could be Fined by Electoral Tribunal

Doris Soliz, the coordinating Minister of Politics, asked the Electoral Tribunal (TCE) to fine the newspaper Hoy with a $100 thousand for an alleged infraction in the electoral process of the popular consult in May 7. In the hearing of the TCE hall, the lawyer of Soliz, Pablo...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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NATO Actions in Libya Will Not Stop

On Wednesday, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, general secretary of NATO, refused to stop the operations of the allies in Libya after the Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, requested “an immediate cessation of hostilities” in Libya with the intention to organize...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Cristina Fernandez Seeks Reelection

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (CFK) surprised last night when she made the announcement that she will be running for the reelection in the Argentinean presidential elections to be held in October. “We will submit to the polls. I have always agreed to the charges by popular...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Obama Announces Withdrawal of Troops in Afghanistan

President Barack Obama could withdraw 30,000 troops of the 100,000 sent to Afghanistan 18 months ago at the end of 2012. Withdrawal is expected to be complete in 36 months. It is possible that at least 5 thousand military leave the Asian country next month, while another 5,000...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Perez’s Exit Poll Have Not Been Paid Yet by Media State

Gama TV and TC Televisión, both state networks, have not yet settled his debt to the company Santiago Perez Opinion and Studies, who conducted the exit poll on May 7th in the last Ecuadorian referendum. Enrique Arosemena, general manager of Gama TV, said they have done as...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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Correa Made a Big Deposit in Germany

The Internal Revenue Service of Ecuador (SRI) confirmed that president Rafael Correa transferred $331.082,5 dollars into an account in Germany on August 9 of 2010. The benefited person was identified with the code BE641430785741352, while the transaction cost the president the...
Posted On 22 Jun 2011
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