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Sharapova is the Richest Sports woman According to Forbes

The current number five in the ATP ranking, Maria Sharapova, is for seventh occasion the best-paid sports woman according to the ranking of Forbes magazine. The income of the Russian tennis player that comes from activities outside of the game field reaches a total of $25...
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Jennifer Lopez: Her self-esteem was Part of her Divorce Decision

Jennifer Lopez confessed to Vanity Fair that part of her decision to divorce from her seven years husband Marc Anthony, were her self-esteem and the need she had of being treated properly. “It’s not that I didn’t love myself before. (…) Sometimes we don’t...
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Vistazo will be sued for Alleged Violation of Referendum Silence

Ecuadorian economic magazine Vistazo could face a lawsuit by $2, 4 billion, presented by four social organizations related to the ruling government, for alleged felony on the Election Day because they interrupted the silence period at the referendum held last May. This morning,...
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Director of Peruvian newspaper Correo answered to President Correa

Aldo Mariátegui, director of the Peruvian newspaper Correo, answered in a video the words that President Rafael Correa said during his visit to that country for the presidential possession ceremony of Ollanta Humala. On July 28 this year, Daily Correo, published as its headline...
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Former Miss Universe Amelia Vega to Release her First Album

August arrived with good news for former Miss Universe Amelia Vega since she released her debut album Agua Dulce and began a Latin American tour with his famous uncle Juan Luis Guerra. Vega’s musical project will be on sale on August 30 with various musical genres and even a duet...
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Mercedes Banchón: Art and Mission in the Hands of a FCNH Volunteer

Shoes, sandals, belts, jackets, wool and leather bags, party supplies were the pieces of art developed for over 12 consecutive years by poor women of Guayaquil, Milagro, Playas, and Posorja. People used to attend classes sitting in the sand of any Ecuadorian beach or any other...
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Arctic Ice Decreased to Record Lows

Because of the high temperatures in recent months, the Arctic ice sheet has decreased to record lows, according to the Russian Meteorological Center (WRC) reports. Currently, the ice covers an area of ​​6.860 million square kilometers, close to the minimum in 2007, while all...
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The “Outraged” Cannot Protest in Puerta del Sol

15-M Movement, better known as “outraged”, tried to return to Puerta del sol, where they were evicted by police last Tuesday, a strategy of the Delegation of the Government and the Municipality of the capital to prevent camping. The 15-M has two calls for a protest at noon...
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El Universo Appealing Case Was Suspended Until Tomorrow

The raffle of the cause and the system applied in the verdict of El Universo-Rafael Correa was suspended today. There will be another raffle o be performed at 11:00 tomorrow since there were several technical problems that occurred during this process. President Rafael Correa’s...
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