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First Humanitarian Aid Plane Took Off to Somalia

The first humanitarian aid plane took off from Nairobi airfield to Somalia with 14 tons of food, a kind of peanut butter high in protein and energy that arrived from France, for children displaced by famine and drought, the World Food Programme (WFP) informed. The first phase of...
Posted On 27 Jul 2011
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USA Economy Could be in Crisis

The United States President, Barack Obama, declared, “We’re in the eleventh hour,” referring to the short time before federal burrowing reaches the limit imposed by the Congress. Recently the Treasury informed that they will be running out of accounting manoeuvres they will have...
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Eléctrica de Guayaquil is Already a State Company

After signing the executive order, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa confirmed the official handover of the electric company of Guayaquil to the state. The announcement of the abolition of the electrical unit of Guayaquil (Udeleg) was read by Alexis Mera, legal secretary of the...
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Rihanna is Vogue’s Woman of the Year

After months of checking out lots of showbiz people, “Vogue” magazine in Italy chose american singer Rihanna, 23, as the most influential woman of the year. The singer was named “Woman of the Year” because of her provocative sensuality, beating her Gaga...
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The Economist: Correa Has used the Courts to Try to Silence his Critics

For a man who calls his country’s legal system dysfunctional and corrupt, Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s president, has fared remarkably well before the courts. That was the opening idea used in an article written in The Economist magazine yesterday, which provides an overview of the...
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21 Articles of the Ecuadorian Communication Bill were Approved

The Occasional Communications Commission approved 21 articles related with the regulation of contents in the Ecuadorian media. The thesis which had minor changes made by the proposals of the minority in the room, was approved in a heated session between the opposition parties and...
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South Korean Scientists Create Glowing Dog

South Korean scientists created a fluorescent dog, using a cloning technique that could help find cures for human diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, said Yonhap news agency on Wednesday.It is a beagle female dog genetically modified called Tegon, using the...
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McDonald’s Will Bring a Low Calorie “Happy Meal” to Latin America

The most recognized fast food brand in the world, McDonald’s, announced today that its “Happy Meal” for children will contain fewer calories at its Latin America restaurants since October. The decision to create a less calorie menu is a “reaffirmation of...
Posted On 27 Jul 2011
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