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Federer Beats Malisse and Advances at Wimbledon

Swiss tennis player Roger Federer won yesterday 7-6, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 to Belgian Xavier Malisse and advances to the quarterfinals of the British Open. Federer left the court after the seventh game for treatment on his back. He returned eight minutes later, after which he lost his...
Posted On 03 Jul 2012
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Unesco Determines 26 New Heritages

Unesco has identified 26 new sites to the World Heritage List. Landscapes between the mountains and the sky in Rio de Janeiro entered the famous list, which now has a total of 962 sites. For the first time sites in Chad, Congo, Palau and the Palestinian National Authority, were...
Posted On 03 Jul 2012
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Shark fin Soup in China will be Eliminated

The department of the State Council of China informed his government departments to stop serving shark fin soup at dinner parties. The shark fin soup is a luxury dish in Chinese cuisine, but criticized by environmentalists for the cruel method of obtaining its main ingredient....
Posted On 03 Jul 2012
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MAGAP output Controls of Banana Boxes that Have no Contracts

Several banana exporting companies were unable to export about 180,000 boxes of fruit, because it exceeded the licensed capacity in contracts with producers, said Carlos Velez, coordinator of Zone 5 of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Aquaculture and Fisheries (MAGAP). A...
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Democratic Left Movement Closes After 40 Years

The building, located on Poland Street, Quito, which since the 90’s has served as headquarters of the Democratic Left (“Izquierda Democrática” for its spanish acronym), is now empty, filled only with memories. The ID party has 15 days to resolve a crisis that...
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Ecuador Banana Producers Prefer to Lose Rather than Accept Unofficial Payment

Banana farmers in the province of El Oro say they cannot bear anymore with the disrespect to the official price of the box of fruit. Yesterday they warned local authorities with closure of activities, if no measures are taken to get paid the value set by the Ministry of...
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Ecuador is Between Countries of Lower Levels of Innovation, Report Says

Most Latin American countries have lower levels of innovation than others with the same gross domestic product (GDP) per capita, although there are some exceptions such as Chile, which has the greatest capacity for innovation in the region. This follows the report on the Global...
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HWR Reveals Systematic Torture from Syrian Regime

According Human Rights Watch there is evidence that Syrian intelligence agencies systematically use torture and ill treatment to prisoners and the likes. This action constitutes a crime against humanity, activists hope that this will serve as a basis for future prosecutions. This...
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Tom Cruise Turns 50, Sad After Katie Holmes’ Divorce Decision

Tom Cruise celebrates 50 years in the midst of divorce proceedings with Katie Holmes. Holmes, 33 years, filed for divorce after six years of relationship with Cruise, in the demand, she seeks custody of her only child together, Suri. Holmes says her decision was taken on her...
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