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Copa America: Argentina Defeats Costa Rica with High Score

Yesterday’s soccer night belonged to Argentina when the player Sergio Agüero added the first goal in minute 45 of the first time against the Costa Rican team. Lionel Messi helped his teammates add the goals needed to win the match. The second goal added by Agüero in minute 52...
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Electric Subside is Valid, says Conelec Executive Director

Yesterday, Judge Mariela Zunino officially suspended the resolution taken by the National Electric Council (Conelec) that plans to eliminate the electric subside for those that consume more than 700 kilowatts per hour in the Coast and 500 Kilowatts per hour in the Highlands each...
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Facundo Cabral’s Remains Were Repatriated

The remains of Argentine singer Facundo Cabral, who was shot at dawn on Saturday by a group of gunmen who attacked the vehicle he was traveling on through the capital of Guatemala, arrived today at the military airport Jorge Newbery in Buenos Aires on an AirForce plane from...
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Legs Transplant Patient Would Be Able to Walk in 6 Months

The man aged between 20 and 30 who received the first transplant of both legs in the world could walk within six or seven months, said Dr. Pedro Cadavas, who performed the surgery that lasted around ten hours in hospital La Fe, in Valencia. The young man lost his limbs as a...
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Ecuadorian Chocolate Outstanding Quality Worldwide

European website Seventypercent.com, which brings together the most renowned wine, whiskey and chocolates tasters in the world, possession Ecuadorean chocolate Pacari (means dawn), in the 3th place in the world rankings after French chocolate Bonnat and Italian Domori-Chua. These...
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Copa America: Antonio Valencia Will Not Play Against Brazil

Striker Antonio Valencia will not be playing against Brazil in Copa America after the match between Ecuador and Uruguay (0-0). During that game Valencia suffered a blow in his left ankle, the same one he broke on September 2010 while playing for the Manchester United. Patricio...
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Twelve Banana Companies were Fined for Violating the Banana Bill

Since February 2011, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries (MAGAP) of Ecuador accounts 72 administrative proceedings against several exporters in the country for breaking the Banana Bill. Of that total, 12 companies were already fined and 55 have yet to justify...
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Radioactive Meat Circulating in Japanese Markets

Japanese have probably ingested cesium contaminated meat from six Fukushima cows that were delivered late last month to markets, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government said Monday evening. This was preceded by another recent discovery of radiation in the meat of 11 cows that was about...
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Julian Beever “The Pavement Picasso” Began Painting in Guayaquil

British artist Julian Beever, better known as the “Picasso of Pavement“, yesterday began its work in the first three-dimensional painting on San Francisco square, in Guayaquil. His canvas is a space in the ground of 35 m2 (7×5 mts.), where Beever will recreate a...
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Opera Katiuska Stages in Guayaquil Tonight

Beatriz Parra Foundation will presents tonight (at 7:30pm) in Teatro Centro de Arte of Guayaquil an adaptation of the opera Katiuska. This work will be stared by the Costa Rican baritone, Fitzgerald Ramos, remembered for his role in the musical “Sweeney Todd” in...
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