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R.I.P Steve Jobs, Apple’s Co Founder

Apple just issued this statement about the death of its co-founder after his long battle with cancer: “We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today. Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all...
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The Major Technological World said Goodbye to Steve Jobs

  The news of the death of Steve Jobs, spread quickly through social networks and digital media, has unleashed a wave of praise for the figure of the founder of Apple from different areas of American society. The first reactions came from the tech world where Jobs was a...
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Nadal and Murray Prepare for the Upcoming Games in Tokyo

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal, currently number one in the seeded with  Andy Murray, who recently beat Alex Bogomolov Jr. (6-1,6-2), classified this Thursday to the quarterfinals of the tennis tournament in Tokyo. In the near future, Murray will face against David...
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El Universo Case Goes to the Capital

The Second Criminal Chamber of Guayas passed the quarrel between the Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa and newspaper El Universo directors to Quito, the capital of the country. This transfer was made because of the appeal that newspaper El Universo made after the sentence. Once...
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Tomas Tranströmer Won the Nobel of Literature

The Scandinavia poet, Tomas Tranströmer, received today the Nobel Prize of Literature at the age of 80. The poet won the award thanks to his work about the intimacy between men and the world that surround us. The poems of Tranströmer are rich in metaphors and images that...
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Mourinho and Villanova were suspended due to last August incidents

The competition judge of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) decided to suspend Jose Mourinho, coach of Real Madrid, for two games of the Super Cup in Spain, due to the incidents in Spain’s Super Cup last August when he poked Tito Vilanova‘s eyes,...
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Sarah Palin Says she Will not Run for U.S. President

The former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin announced yesterday that she will not run for Republican presidential candidate in 2012 elections, ending months of speculation. “After much prayer and serious study, I decided not to seek the GOP nomination for U.S. presidency in...
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Massive Protests in Greece

Greek workers fulfilled the first of two strikes against the court adjustments decided by the Government. During the demonstrations in central Athens two young men were injured as well as two police officers in a clash against the 30,000 protestors. Antiriot policemen detained 12...
Posted On 06 Oct 2011
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