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A protest to defend freedom was held by “Kbrea2” in Guayaquil

A group of people who identified themselves as “Kbrea2” issued a statement yesterday to call for a protest in order to defend freedom of speech in Quito and Guayaquil (Ecuador). “We are neither childish nor sirs with bigwigs. We are productive people from the...
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Stocks in Wall Street Decline Amid Fears About Europe

Stocks on Wall Street finished steeply lower on Wednesday as the financial sector dragged down the broader market (in Europe Francfort dropped 5,13%, París -5,45%, Milán dropped 6,65%, Madrid 5,49%, and Londres 3,05%). The decline erased a sharp rebound on Tuesday – Wall...
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Sandra Torres was vetoed her right to the presidential office

The candidacy for the presidency of Guatemala of the former first lady Sandra Torres Casanova was rejected unanimously by the Constitutional Court because it violates the article number 186 of the Constitution. This article, vetoes the right to opt for the presidential office to...
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Correa Talks about the Ecuadorian Media on his National Report

Today Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa questioned the legitimacy of the private media to inform. Correa gave these statements during his report to the Nation in the National Assembly. According to the Ecuadorian leader this is the first time in modern history that Ecuador seeks...
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Ali Lohan: A promise of global modeling

The younger sister of actress Lindsay Lohan, Aliana, 17, was hired by the modeling agency Next Model Management, which will represent it in the competitive world of fashion. Alexis Borges, director of NEXT headquarters in Los Angeles, said: “We are excited to represent...
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Lady Gaga Looks Like a Dude in Her Next Single

Gaga goes drag for the cover image of her next single, “You and I.” But she is not just any guy, Lady Gaga is portraying Jo Calderone, a male alter-ego she and her stylist Nicola Formichetti created. The singer debuted him on the cover of Japan’s Vogue Homme...
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Chaos Continues in England

United Kingdom was the scene of riots for four days in a row yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron, who was vacationing in Italy, had to return to London due to the emergency and called for reinforcements for the police to stop the chaos that began on Saturday night in the...
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Blood Tests Allow Pregnant Woman Know their Baby’s Sex

American scientists have confirmed the scientific validity of blood tests performed on pregnant women to learn about the sex of the baby. Although these tests are already sold in many countries, to find the fetal DNA in the mother’s blood, few studies have been devoted to...
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Students in Chile Complain about the Educational Reform

Around 150,000 students and teachers of Chile marched yesterday while chanting “Its going down, the education of Pinochet is going down!” The demonstration prolonged itself until the night in the whole country to pressure the Government of Sebastian Piñeria to accept the reforms...
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Reactions on “El Universo” were Compiled by Ecuadorian Newspapers

On July 20th the freedom of expression in Ecuador received a hard blow with the ruling against the former editor of Opinion and three executives of the national Newspaper El Universo. Local and global voices have criticized a penalty that, if ratified, will create a dangerous...
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