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Government Telethon raises more than $ 2 million

In order to raise funds for the initiative of the National Park Yasuní, Ecuadorian government organized a telethon held yesterday at the Casa de la Cultura in Quito. The event, which attracted thousands of the citizens, ended at 5:15pm (GTM) and managed to raise $ 2’096...
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Taylor Swift wins in the AMA’s

Taylor Swift was the big winner of American Music Awards, she took home three awards including best artist of the year, best female artist and best album for “Speak Now“. The British singer Adele, who was nominated in four categories, won two awards, while Katy...
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Gadhafi’s son Will Be tried in Libya

The son and heir ever Muammar Gadhafi, who was killed Oct. 20, will stand trial in Libya and will not be delivered to the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced yesterday the Libyan minister of information. Shammam Mahmud said the National Transitional Council of Libya will...
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Hugo Chavez denounced for Crimes Against Humanity

Diego Arria, Venezuela’s presidential pre-candidate, denounced president primer Venezuela, Hugo Chavez to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague for alleged crimes against humanity. Arria gave to ICC prosecutor, Luis Moreno Ocampo, over 600 pages of...
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The Egyptian Supreme Council falters Amid Clashes in Tahrir Square

The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (CSFA) of Egypt, in power since the fall of President Hosni Mubarak in February, on Monday rejected the resignation of the government of Prime Minister Esam Sharaf, Egyptian state television reported, citing a military source. Previously,...
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