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30-S: Colonel Tapia and Five Police Members Were Plead Guilty

Early today, Coronel Rolando Tapia, former head of the Legislative Escort, and five policemen, Francisco Noboa, Patricio Simancas, Marco Tibán, Mario Flores, and Carlos Tasinchana, were plead guilty by  the Second Penal Tribunal of Pichincha of violating the internal state...
Posted On 28 Jun 2011
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´Pavement Picasso´ Will Bring his Art to Guayaquil

Victorian ponds, gold mines and pools with women in bikinis in the middle of the street. Underground universes, monsters that fight to escape from the sidewalk, among others. Everything is part of the artwork of Julian Beever, who has graced the asphalt of a dozen countries....
Posted On 28 Jun 2011
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Formula One Williams team Announces Hirings

The Williams team of Formula One hired two key members for the technical group. Jason Somerville was appointed as a director of aerodynamics and the former member of McLaren, Mark Gillan will be the chief engineer of the engineering operations. Williams have not earned a victory...
Posted On 28 Jun 2011
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Drought in the Horn of Africa Affecs Millions

On Tuesday, Elisabeth Byrs, spokeswoman for the UN’s Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) informed that more than ten million people suffer from the worst drought in 60 years in the Horn of Africa. The lack of rains has caused “a major food crisis in several regions...
Posted On 28 Jun 2011
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Guayaquil Citizens will Choose the 7 Main Attractions of their City

The Municipality of Guayaquil and the Shopping Centre Mall del Sur will present on Thursday a campaign called Choose the seven wonders of Guayaquil, which will invite the public to vote for their favorite places of Guayaquil as part of the commemorative city festivities of July....
Posted On 28 Jun 2011
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Christine Lagarde is the New Director of IMF

The head of the French economy, Christine Lagarde would assume the charge as the director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on July 5. Lagarde competed with the Governor the Mexican Central Bank, Agustin Carstens. Lagarde will replace the French Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who...
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South Carolina Approves Anti-immigrant Law

Today, Nikki Haley, governor of South Carolina (USA), approved the anti-immigrant law SB20, South Carolina joins Arizona, Utah, Georgia and Alabama, which also passed legislation to combat illegal immigration. “South Carolina is a state that follows the laws and welcomes...
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New Electric Consumption Rate Scheme for the Coast Region

Last Friday, the Ecuadorian National Electricity Council (Conelec) set a new rate scheme in which it was approved the new top of electric consumption so that the coast region users can keep the subsidy, but only in during winter time. Coast people in residential sectors will stop...
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Ecuadorian Team Travelled to Argentina

The 23 Ecuadorian players chosen by the coach Reinaldo Rueda, arrived to Mariscal Sucre Airport of Quito at 08:15 to travel to Argentina, where they will play in Copa America. The players were escorted by the GIR police officers and they barely talked to the press. Unlike other...
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Bananera Noboa Rejects to File Litigation

Yesterday morning, the representative of  Banana Noboa, Fernando Alarcon revealed the decision of the Constitutional Court to stop their proceedings against the Internal Revenue Service. This measure prevents the legal representatives of the company from an action to stop the...
Posted On 28 Jun 2011
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