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Steven Tyler was admitted to a Hospital in Paraguay after suffering facial cuts

Steven Tyler, lead singer of American rock band Aerosmith, was admitted to a private hospital in Asuncion after suffering an imbalance which caused him fall. Because of that he suffered some injuries in his face in his hotel room, witnesses said Tuesday. The 62-year U.S. singer...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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IBM CEO Will Resign in January

The technological company IBM informed today that Samuel J. Palmisano, 60, will resign as its CEO by the end of the year and will be replaced by longtime company executive Virginia Rometty, 54. In 2002 Palmisano was in charge of the company, during this time he transformed the...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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Robin Williams weds for the third time

Comedy actor Robin Williams got married for the third time. The lucky bride is Susan Schneider and she said “Yes” in Napa Valley (North of California) over the weekend. Williams, 60, met his third wife in 2009 when she helped him recover from a coronary artery surgery. Despite...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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2011 Panamerican Games: Ecuadorian Boxing goes to Semifinals

Yesterday, Ítalo Perea, Ecuadorian boxer, 18, assured the bronze medal for Ecuador by defeating the Dominican Republic Cristian Cabrera in the 2011 Panamerican Games. This victory classifies Perea to semifinals in more than 91 kilos. Perea defeated Cabrera by 20-10 and said the...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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Freedom of Speech in Ecuador Discussion Arrives to the US

In a hearing called by the Interamerican Commission of Human Rights (CIDH for its Spanish acronym), two different positions regarding the Ecuadorian freedom of speech will be debated today in Washington, EE.UU. The official delegation sent by the Ecuadorian president Rafael...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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Luis, the Taurus of shoes

At the Cooperative Carlos Castro, at Guasmo of Guayaquil, lives a small shoe businessman, Luis Taolombo Muñoz. He is from Riobamba and arrived to Guayaquil when he was still a teenager, looking for a better future. His brother in law was a shoemaker and he decided to follow in...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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2011 Panamerican Games: Gold and Silver for Ecuador

The Ecuadorian weightlifter, Maria Alexandra Escobar won the first gold medal for Ecuador in the 2011 Panamerican Games in Guadalajara, Mexico. After promising his son Dominic, 5, she would win the gold medal, Escobar won the 58 kg category weightlifting test. The Colombian...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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Ecuadorian Ministers Resigned their Posts

Ministers of President Rafael Correa’s cabinet yesterday presented the availability of their posts in order to let Correa analyze which of them will continue to work with his government. The executive branch consists of 29 ministries, seven Secretaries of State, the National...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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Gadhafi’s Corpse Buried at Dawn

The body of the fallen Libyan tyrant Muammar Gadhafi was buried at dawn in a undisclosed location in the desert along with his son Mutasim and a former member of his government. This measure was taken to avoid any acts of vandalism. The family of the former dictator wanted that...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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Yemeni Government Signed a Ceasefire Treaty

The Yemeni Government and dissident General Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar signed a ceasefire on Tuesday. Both sides agreed to release the kidnapped people during the months of protests and demonstrations that have almost led the Arabian Peninsula into a civil war. A government spokesman...
Posted On 25 Oct 2011
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