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Exclusive: International Model Ilona Nesterova Will Model in Miami Fashion Week for Ecuadorian Designers

The famous Ukrainian model, Ilona Nesterova, visits our country for the model fashion show held for the Ecuadorian designers. Today Ilona modeled at the Hilton Colon Hotel of Guayaquil, Ecuador; in a runway organized by the model agency of the Ecuadorian fashion entrepreneur,...
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Greenland Could Disappear if Temperature Increases

Greenland could melt completely with permanent and irreversible efftects if the global warming reaches the 1,6 Celsius degrees. According to the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM) and the Potsdam Institute of Germany. The research performed by the physics department of Earth...
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French filmmaker Pierre Schoendoerffer Dies at 83

French filmmaker and Oscar winner for the documentary ‘La section Anderson‘ (1967), Pierre Schoendoerffer passed away today at the age of 83. Writer and screenwriter, Schoendoerffer, who presided over since 2001 the Academy of Fine Arts of France, exercised during the...
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MPD Demonstrators Threw “Lime” Against the Foreign Ministry Building

Yesterday, dozens of supporters of the Popular Democratic Movement (MPD) gathered outside of the Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry (Quito), in rejection of the misuse of the diplomatic bag. Thus, the complainants threw lime to the front door of the Foreign Ministry building as a...
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Eduardo Castillo is the New Bishop of Portoviejo

The Vatican informed that Pope Benedict XVI named the priest Eduardo Jose Castillo Pino, 42, as auxiliary Bishop of Portoviejo, in Ecuador. Castillo Pino was born in 1970 in Guayaquil, Ecuador. He has a doctorate in Theology of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome,...
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Argentina’s Supreme Court Allows Abortion in Cases of Rape

Yesterday, Argentinean Supreme Court, with the unanimous vote of its seven members, approved abortion for rape victims, without having to resort to a judicial process. This resolution changes the usual mode in Argentina, were abortions were only performed in rape victims with...
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Syrian Regime Seizes Rebel Stronghold of Idlib

The UN-Arab League envoy for Syria, Kofi Annan received a response from Syrian authorities to the proposals laid out in weekend meetings. The opposition said 40 people died across Syria on Wednesday. Reports indicated that 23 activists died in the rebel stronghold of Idlib. Annan...
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Ecuadorian Economy Grows 9% In 2011

According to the Coordination of the Economic Policy Minister, Jeannette Sanchez, Ecuador’s economy in 2011 would have grown by 9% in relation to 2010. In 2009, the Ecuadorian economy grew over a 0.36%, while in 2010 the increase was 3.58%. This year, the Ministry expects...
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6,8 Quake Shook Japan

A U.S. Geological Survey revealed that a 6.8-magnitude earthquake shook northeastern Japan on Wednesday. The quake was centered about 270 kilometers (170 miles) off the east coast. This quake comes three days after the one-year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that...
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Jennifer Aniston Might be Pregnant

“People honestly just want to see me as a mom and married and barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen,” Jen says. “And I just want to say, everybody, relax! It’s going to happen.” Was what actress Jennifer Aniston said in an interview last year, ensuring that by the end of 2012, she...
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