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Cruise ship search resumes; 26 still missing

This morning, dozens of divers resumed the search for the 21 people still missing after the sinking of the Concordia Cost Cruise after crashing against the coast of Tuscany. Rescuers have stepped up operations, which have been difficult because of the winds and waves that hit the...
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El Universo Newspaper Publishes its Position on the 30S

One day after President Rafael Correa reiterated his offer to drop his lawsuit against El Universo newspaper on condition for the newspaper to retract and say “the truth” about what happened on September 30 (30S), the newspaper published an editorial in which it...
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FBI Takes Down Megaupload

One of the most representative file-sharing sites on the Internet, Megaupload, was defused by the FBI, the Wall Street Journal informed. The blocking of the website, which also affected the associated pages and Megaporn Megavideo, had nothing to do with the protest against the...
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Kodak Declares Bankruptcy

The photograph company, Kodak Co, which invented the handycam and captured the first images of the Moon, declared bankruptcy and asked for financial aid. Kodak tried to become a digital camera seller, it also got a Citigroup credit of 950 million dollars for 18 months to stay on...
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Real Madrid Falls Behind Barça

Yesterday afternoon the FC Barcelona defeat Real Madrid 1-2 at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, in the quarter-final round of the Copa Del Rey. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring in minute 11 at the begining of the match. However, the defenders Carles Puyol, was commissioned to tie...
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Merkel and Sarkozy Encourage The Use Of European Fund To Help Countries In Need

Germany and France have developed a six-page joint document containing the main measures to pass in the next European Council in Brussels January 30. Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy invited 27 members of the eurozone to a summit to “share their experiences of labor market...
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21 New Judges in the Ecuadorian Court of Justice

The list of winners of the new judges of the National Court of Justice was read in less than two minutes. Twelve men and nine women reached the court after competing nearly five months among 666 participants. Among the list of the 21 new judges are Carmen Salgado, mother of the...
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Santorum Leads Iowa Polls

The Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is leading the polls in Iowa caucuses with 34 votes ahead of Mitt Romney. Iowa’s Des Moines Registers newspaper reported that while Santorum held the 34-vote advantage, results from eight precincts were totally lost. Romney...
Posted On 19 Jan 2012
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