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Coffee Price Dropped to 29,7%

The price of the arabica coffee quintal dropped to 29,7% during the last two weeks in the International market. That percentage represents the biggest blow in the last 16 months. According to the National Agricultural of Commodity Exchange said the quintal went from $157,60 on...
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Carlos Quipo, Fifth Ranked Ecuadorian Boxer for London 2012

Last Friday, the Ecuadorian boxer, Carlos Quipo became the twenty-fourth athlete and fifth ecuadorian boxer who confirmed his presence at the Olympic Games of London 2012. Qualified by winning the semifinals of the 45-49 kilograms category of Pan American Pre Olympic of Rio de...
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Wax Museum in London Displays Twenty-Third Statue of Elizabeth II

The London museum Madame Tussauds unveiled today a new wax statue of Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of its Diamond Jubilee. It is the Queen’s twenty-third statue in the museum after her 60 years on the throne. In the statue, worked for four months a team of twent...
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European Union Sets New Sanctions on Syria

This Monday the European Union (EU) foreign ministers imposed new sanctions on the Syrian regime, speeding it to adopt a U.N. backed peace plan since all attempts of peace have failed. EU ministers froze assets of two important firms and also imposed a travel ban and asset freeze...
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El Universo Case: Former informatic technician of the Judiciary will testify

Former informatic technician of the Judiciary Council, Jaime Martinez, must testify on Wednesday at the Office of Guayas, as part of the research carried out by the wording of the judgment against El Universo newspaper. After Martinez makes his version, the prosecution will call...
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Scientists create a bionic eye which is activated by light

Scientists from Stanford University in California invented a retinal implant that is powered only by light. The device uses a special pair of glasses to beam near infrared light into the eye. The implant stimulates the nerves sending information to help a patient to see. “Such a...
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Ina Drew Steps Down after Billionaire Loss

According to the Wall Street firm, JPMorgan executive, Ina Drew responsible for the London-based division made a trading mistake of two billion dollars, now she will resign after more than 30 years of service. The bank’s co-chief of global fixed income in its investment bank,...
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Alvaro Noboa called on Ecuadorians to a National Assembly

Today from his office Alvaro Noboa, candidate for the presidency of the Republic of Ecuador, called on Ecuadorians for a National Assembly. Noboa listed the following points as the topics to be discussed at the Assembly: Proposals for a government plan, current electoral bills,...
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