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Julian Beever Finished His Work at San Francisco Square

At midday, British artist Julian Beever, known as the “Picasso of  Pavement ” finished its 3D drawing that took him 3 days to complete it at Plaza San Francisco, in Guayaquil. Since last Monday, hundreds of people, including art students from different universities...
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Nomination of a Delegate for the Tripartite Commission was Blocked

Ecuadorian opposition parties blocked the appointment of Tania Arias as the government party delegate to be part of the Judicial Council of Transition with 63 votes against her. The Government has only managed to gather 52 votes. The session was set at 15:00, as planned. The...
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Ecuadorian President Proposes Environmental Plan to the UN

President Rafael Correa and the UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon will lead a meeting to promote a plan in Ecuador against Global Warming. The event would be performed on September 23 in New York. Ivonne Baki, the responsible of the Yasuni-ITT initiative, informed to the foreign...
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Spotify Is Now in The U.S.

Spotify, the Internet music service, arrived yesterday to the United States, this is the eighth country in which it operates. The Swedish company was founded by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon in 2008 to fight piracy and has become the second largest single source of digital music...
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Wages of the Ecuadorian National Assembly Members will be Adjusted

Each of the 124 members of the Ecuadorian National Assembly will receive a wage increase of almost $ 500 per month according to the new salary chart approved by the Ministry of Labour Relations of Ecuador. With this adjustment in their wages, assembly members will receive as...
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Windows XP Has an Expiration Date

After Microsoft released Windows Vista operating system, Windows XP updates were supposed to be removed in order to discontinue the operating system, however, a large majority of users were reluctant to upgrade their computers, which prolonged the Windows XP’s life. It has been...
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U.S. Troops Began to Leave Afghanistan

U.S. plans to withdraw 10,000 troops in Afghanistan this year and expects to withdraw all its troops (100,000 soldiers) in 2014.The first group of 650 soldiers, left the Asian country and will not be replaced, said Maj. Michael Wunn, U.S. military spokesman. President Barack...
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Chiriboga came to Quito to be Sworn in as the New Attorney General

Galo Chiriboga, will be sworn in today as the new Attorney General. Yesterday, after his arrival in Quito (Ecuador) he announced that next Monday he will be resigning to his current position as Ambassador of Ecuador in Spain. This morning, the Council of Citizen Participation and...
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Ecuadorians will Participate in Mathematical Tournament

Five students from Guayaquil and one from Quito are part of the Ecuadorian team that will participate in the 52 International Olympics of Mathematics (IOM). The event will be performed between July 17 and 24 in Amsterdam, Holland. The students representing Guayaquil are Galo...
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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Split

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony who have been married for seven years, today announced they plan to dissolve their marriage, in a statement released by her publicist.  The statement said it was very difficult the decision. “These are painful times for al...
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