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Joy and Effort at the Workshop of Artist Wellington Vernaza

For more than seven years, Wellington Vernaza Vernaza, a 56-years-old artist, works as an illustrator and restorer. He prays and lives with one specific objective: To have his own art Gallery, “Vernaza Art Gallery.” To build his workshop, Wellington received help of Crusade for a...
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Hilary Duff is Pregnant

Hilary Duff and husband Mike Comrie, 30, who are celebrating their first wedding anniversary this weekend, are expecting their first child, the singer-actress announced on her official website. In the post, Duff, 23, reflected on her marriage– she and Comrie wed on Aug. 14, 20...
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A Credit by CFN was Opened in Ecuador for the Banana Sector

An emerging line of credit for the banana sector was introduced today by Camilo Saman, chairman of the National Financial Corporation (CFN for its Spanish acronym). Loans from $ 100 thousand to $ 2 million per transaction (each export) will be given only to Ecuadorian producers....
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ECB Bought the Debts of Spain and Italy

Last week the European Central Bank (ECB) bought the debt of countries in the Eurozone, but the last Sunday night a key decision was made to relieve the tensions that affect Spain and Italy in the markets. Today the financial organism announced that last week the purchase of the...
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A Multi Millionaire calls USA To Stop “Coddling” Mega Rich

Warren Buffett, the third richest man in the world according to Forbes magazine, today asked the U.S. to stop “coddling” the super rich with tax breaks and urged the country’s political leaders to raise taxes on billionaires like him. “While the poor and...
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Stem Cells Conservation: An Increasing Trend in Ecuador

According to CryoMed statistics, a leader company that works in stem cells preservation, says almost 9,000 families are keeping Stem Cells from umbilical cords of their children as a protective measure since 2003. With the potential use of cord blood stem cells in recent fields...
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A Tie Match Between Barcelona and Emelec in the Last Minutes

Yesterday afternoon, Guayaquil dressed in blue and yellow due to number 192 Soccer Classic in the history between Barcelona and Emelec. In the first half of the match, Barcelona showed superiority despite losing several scoring opportunities. On the other hand, the electrical...
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Cristina Fernandez Leads the Primaries in Argentina

President Cristina Fernandez won 49.2% of the votes in the open and binding primaries held yesterday in Argentina before the general election of October 23. The results may help her in her way to re-election. Behind the Peronist candidate of Frente para la Victoria there was...
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Djokovic and Williams won several titles in Masters

The Serbian, Novak Djokovic, is the number one of World tennis. Yesterday he conquered the Masters 1000 of Montreal after defeating the American Mardy Fish in the final match with a set of 6-2, 3-6 and 6-4. This is the most notable winning streak of Djokovic in his tenth Masters...
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Iraq suffers more attacks

An unstoppable chain of attacks has left 70 casualties and over two hundred wounded have been reported in fifteen cities of Iraq. The attacks seem to be coordinated with the time frame of four months for the retreat of the American troops. Iraqi spokesmen blame Al Qaeda who is...
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