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Ecuador Will Hold Its First Ranking of Fencing

This morning Ecuadorian Fencing Federation (EEF) announced that on Friday, January 27 the first national fencing ranking (adults category) will be held. The event will take place in Quito, Ecuadorian capital city. It will be held in the coliseum of Eloy Alfaro Military School and...
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Liquipel Immerses ‘smartphones’ Underwater

Company Liquipel has created one of the most revolutionary inventions for smartphones. Liquipel is a chemical shield that isolates the ‘smart phones‘ from any liquid that comes in contact with them. The chemical protector of the same name as the company, 100% isolates...
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INEC: Unemployment Rate Decreased in 2011

The National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC) released its report on the unemployment figure for 2011 today. The year closed with a 5.1% figure, lower than the unemployment rate registered in 2010, which was 5.5%, due to economic growth in 2011. Last year also ended with...
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The Big Winners of the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes, the prelude to the Oscars, took place last Sunday January 15 in Los Angeles to recognize the excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign. The French silent, black and white film “The Artist” (with six nominations), was the most...
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El Universo Case: Prosecutors Office Retake Case ‘Chucky-Seven’ Case

The helper of the Court of Criminal Guarantees 15th of Guayas and the commissioner in charge of the hard drive clone of the computer in the jury were called by the Guayas Prosecutors. Both men will give their version against temporary judge Juan Paredes. Paredes is being accused...
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Victims of the Cruise “Costa Concordia” Sinking Increase

The luxury cruise ship “Costa Concordia“, which sank on Saturday in front off the Italian island of Giglio has left six people dead and 15 missing. The sixth mortal victim was found Monday morning on the second bridge of the boat and was wearing a life jacket. The...
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Huntsman Drops Out of the Republican Presidential Nomination

Former Utah governor Jon Huntsman, 51, will drop out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination today. The news of this decision came the same day that Huntsman received the endorsement of The State, the newspaper in Columbia, S.C. Matt David, a spokesman for...
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