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Seism in Peru left 70 Wounded

A strong quake of 6,2 in the Richter scale shook the south region of Ica, Peru. The event left more than 70 wounded and several homes destroyed, the local inhabitants were panic due to natural phenomena. According to the National Institute of Civil Defence the number of wound...
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Devastating Seism in Peru

The Geophysical Institute of Peru (IGP by its Spanish acronym) informed that a replica of the new seism was felt at 14:20 (GMT). At the moment the natural phenomena left 119 wounded and 80 people affected. The National Institute of Civil Defense reported that 16 houses were...
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Google, Microsoft and Facebook Join Forces Against Phishing

At least 15 technology companies and financial institutions, including Google, Microsoft and Facebook, have teamed up to design an e-authentication system from legitimate senders to combat email scams identity theft, also known as “phishing.” Phishing uses fake emails...
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Sag Awards Winners 2012

The SAG Awards brought many surprises to the world of entertainment. The award for best actor went on Jean Dujardin for his role in “The Artist”. Christopher Plummer won as best supporting actor on Beginner’s, while Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer won for their...
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Historic Final Open Australia

Serbian Novak Djokovic titled himself again as champion of the Australia Open after defeating the Spanish Rafael Nadal 5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (5) and 7-5 in a game of 5 hours and 53 minutes. This Open is considered the longest Grand Slam in history, since it had one of the most...
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UN Starts Nuclear Inspection in Iran

Last Sunday, the inspectors of the UN began their visit to Iran with the purpose of analyzing the complaints against a program that produces uranium with hostile purposes. Currently Iran faces a series of economic sanctions imposed by the main democracies of the world. The...
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Berlusconi Appeared Before The Court in Milan

Former prime minister of Italy Silvio Berlusconi appeared today in Milan courthouse, to give explanations in prelim against him that could become another case. This is a process for the publication of wiretapping in an economic case. Charges against him are for “revealing...
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Emilio Palacio Attorneys Reject Former Deputy Judge Statements

Byron Lopez Castillo, Dr. Jorge Alvear Macias, and Leon Roldos Aguilera, attorneys that defend journalist Emilio Palacio, rejected the declarations made by the former deputy judge Enrique Pacheco. Last Saturday, the attorneys that defend El Universo case published an article...
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Twitter Implemented Censorship in Thailand

Thailand welcomed the new policy for Twitter, tweets censor content in specific nations which violates its laws. The Asian nation routinely blocks Web sites with content deemed offensive to the monarchy. Anudith Nakornthap, technology minister considered positive that Twitter...
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Shakira Dazzled in France

On Saturday, Colombian-born singer, Shakira, received the insignia of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters French in one of the opening ceremony of the 46th edition of Marché International du Disque and the Musical Edition (MIDEM) Cannes (France). The artist said she was...
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