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Guayaquil Promotes Bici.Ruta on Global day of Cycling

The Mayor of Guayaquil, Jaime Nebot presented the project of Bici.Ruta Guayaquil which implies making cycling tours in the urban area every Sunday, with vehicle restriction to give full exclusivity to people on foot, bicycles, skates and any other mean of non-motorized...
Posted On 19 Apr 2012
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El Universo case: Monica Encalada will Give Evidence about Chucky 7

Ecuadorian newspaper El Comercio interviewed former judge Monica Encalada who was temporary judge in El Universo case. Encalada left Ecuador on February 14 to settle in Colombia after uncovering a link between attorney Gutenberg Vera (Counsel for President Rafael Correa) in the...
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Syria Agrees to UN Observers Guidelines

Today Syria and the United Nations have signed a deal that allows international observers to monitor the nation’s shaky ceasefire between government forces and opposition fighters. This Thursday Arab and Western ministers met in Paris to increase pressure on Damascus, while the...
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Israel Remembered the Jewish Holocaust

    Yesterday Israel paid tribute to the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust. A series of solemn events in Israel marked the Day of Remembrance. The President Shimon Perez and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attended a ceremony held at the Holocaust Museu...
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India Tests a Long-Range Rocket

This Thursday India tested a long-range rocket that would have the capacity to reach any point in a 5,000 km radius. The Indian government pointed out that this trial has been a success. The rockets power could transport a nuclear warhead that weighs more than a ton to the...
Posted On 19 Apr 2012
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Secret Service Scandal in Cartagena Ousts Three Agents

Last Wednesday the Secret Service announced the departure of three agents related to the prostitution scandal of last week in Cartagena brothel Pleyclub. The agency tried to handle the scandal and in a statement said that one agent is expected to resign, another, a supervisor,...
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Judges who declared the colonel Carrión innocent were dismissed

Three judges who declared the colonel César Carrión innocent were dismissed by the Transitory Advice of the Judicature. The cause of this action was “the most serious disciplinary infraction”.            In the report of the minister of Justice, Johanna Pesántez, she...
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Spain and the U.S. Agree to Cooperate Against the YPF Expropriation

Spain and the U.S. agreed to collaborate internationally to defend the legality and try to convince the Argentine government to rectify the expropriation of oil company YPF. “We will explore all avenues where we can work together to restore international legality,”...
Posted On 19 Apr 2012
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