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Top Tennis players Were Eliminated in the Masters

This Friday in the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 tournament in Cincinnati lost two of its mayor stars. The Spanish player Rafael Nadal and the Sweden Roger Federer were eliminated in their respective matches. For the first time Nadal lost against the American Mardy Fish. The...
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Kim Clijsters Will Not Defend her Title in the U.S. Open

The Belgium tennis player and two times U.S Open champion, Kim Clijsters will not be able to defend her title due to abdominal pains. The notification came from the U.S. Tennis Federation. Because of her physical complications, Clijsters have turned down the tournaments in Tokyo...
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Christina Aguilera Launches Clothing Collection in Mexico

U.S. singer Christina Aguilera released last night at the store C & A her clothing colection in Mexico. Although she could go to the store because of her work, she sent greetings via video. “I am very happy to create this collection as it has allowed me to show the...
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Slow Changes in Public Health Sector

In Ecuador, despite the state’s emergency on the public health sector, force since January, there still exist discomfort and needs. Ministry of Public Health reported that the causes that led this state have not been overcome due to the magnitude of the interventions in the...
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Gaddafi Prepares to Escape from Libya

The former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, is preparing to flee the country with his family in the coming days, said the officials of U.S. government. “Reports indicate that Gaddafi could go to Tunisia where he may be granted asylum,” the NBC news network informs. Leon...
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Controversial Religious Bill Project in Ecuador

A project of Organic Law on Religious Profession & Secular Ethics for Ecuador, which has not yet reached the Assembly, has been described by social and religious organizations as an experiment to limit religious freedoms. The document, which includes 99 articles, was written...
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New Judge and Demands for Case El Universo

The Second Criminal Chamber of Guayas has officially suspended judge Eduardo Guerrero Mortola for 30 days. The notification came from a resolution of the Judicial Council of Transition (JCT). To fill the position left by Guerrero, judge Stevie Gamboa Balladares was chosen to...
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Virus Kills 81 Children in Vietnam

On Friday, Nguyen Tan Dung, Prime Minister of Vietnam, warned citizens about the virus that has killed 81 children and has affected over 32,000 people in the country so far this year. The prime minister issued a statement on the official Vietnamese government website and asked to...
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DeVito Gets Star on Walk of Fame

The 66 year old American actor, Danny DeVito, received yesterday the 2445 Star on the Walk of Fame Hollywood Boulevard. “The thing is: Do I take it home or leave it here? ¿ (…) I have to move to this business next door and come to polish it every day?,” joked the star....
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Guayaquil Citizens Continue Demanding Freedom of Expression

Last Thursday in the city of Guayaquil a new “planton” for the freedom of expression and democracy was held in the San Francisco Square. This call brought together “outraged” citizens due El Universo Newspaper case, which faces a millionaire trial of his three...
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