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Electric Rates Increasing was Suspended by Judge

This Monday, Judge Mariela Zunino, accepted the action of protection against the decision made by the National Council of Electrification (Consejo Nacional de Electrificación) (Conelec), to increase the electric rates prices. The action was brought to the judge by the assemblymen...
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Argentine Rock will be Played in Guayaquil’s Foundation Festivities

This July 16, Guayaquil will continue to celebrate its foundation festivities with an Argentine rock concert. Rock bands such as Vilma Palma e Vampiros and Enanitos Verdes will share stage in the Simon Bolivar Convention Center . The show is expected to begin at 19:00. Dynamo...
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Flying Car Approved for Roads and Highways

Terrafugia’s flying car, A.K.A. Transition, has been officially approved for driving on roads and highways. The driver/pilot can now fly between local airports and drive on any road. On June 30, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) granted special...
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Secretary of Agriculture and Banana Exporting are Under Investigation

Last April, the hard drives of computers that belong to the Undersecretary of the Coastal Agriculture underwent an investigation by the National Intelligence Agency (Senain).  During two months of analysis, Senain identified three alleged irregularities committed by tha...
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First Legs Transplant Ever Was Successful

Spanish surgeon Pedro Cavadas, led the team of doctors who performed the first successful transplantation of legs in the world. The surgery began last night and ended this morning at Hospital La Fe in Valencia, sources of the Department of Health confirmed. It is not the first...
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FIFA: United States Female Soccer Team Defeats Brazil

The United States female soccer league defeated the Brazilian team in the penalty shoots (5-3). The North American team is closer to the finals of the Female World Cup Germany 2011. After a goal from North American Abby Wambach, both teams reached the end of the match with a...
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Bejamin Cevallos Removes Judge Santiago Coba

This weekend the President of the Judicial Council, Benjamin Cevallos, dismissed Santiago Coba from his charge for being “violating the constitution.” Cevallos added that Coba “is a ignorant judge that has no knowledge regarding the laws at all.” Now the infighting of the...
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46 Dead on Russian Ship Sinking

46 people lost their lives aboard on Russia’s Volga River, regional authorities reported. The ship “Bulgaria” sank on Sunday near the village of Syukeyevo in Tatarstan, about 50 miles south of the city of Kazan (about 450 miles east of Moscow). About 200 people were...
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“Carlitos” Mora Passed Away After Fighting Fifteen Years against HIV

The last survivor infected with HIV on Galo Garces’ Hemodialysis Clinic, Carlos Mora, died last Sunday of a heart attack. After hanging out to the movies with friends, Carlitos returned home feeling chest pains. On his way to the hospital, Carlitos died of a heart attack....
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Journalist Emilio Palacio presented His voluntary resignation to “El Universo”

This afternoon, reporter and columnist for the Ecuadorian newspaper El Universo, Emilio Palacio Urrutia, submitted his irrevocable resignation to that newspaper. The decision was made because both the journalist and three of the executives of the newspaper were sued by Ecuadorian...
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