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Scotland Yard Denies Having Entered or Attempted to Enter Ecuadorian Embassy

The London Metropolitan Police, Scotland Yard, assured today that they “did not enter” or “tried to enter” the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, last Wednesday, to arrest Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange. Assange made a public appearance on a balcony of the...
Posted On 20 Aug 2012
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British Government is not Going to Provide Safe Passage for Assange

The British government insisted today that it will not grant a safe-conduct for founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, to travel to Ecuador while trying to reach a diplomatic solution to the conflict. “Under our law, having exhausted all options for appeal, we are obliged to...
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Oldest Bones from Modern Humans Discovered in Asia

Newfound pieces of human skull from “the Cave of the Monkeys” in Laos are the earliest skeletal evidence yet that humans once had an ancient, rapid migration to Asia. Anatomically modern humans first arose about 200,000 years ago in Africa. When and how our lineage...
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UK and German Spies Feed Intel to Syrian Rebels

British and German spies on Syria have been sharing intelligence of troop movements to the rebels to aid the attacks against the forces of Bashar al-Assad regime. An unnamed Syrian opposition official admitted that British intelligence is covertly aiding antigovernment forces in...
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OAS Foreign Ministers Meet in Session for Assange Case

The Organization of American States (OAS) is preparing to hold a special session of foreign ministers on the case of Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks. The meeting will be held this Friday, and will analyze the crisis between Ecuador and the United Kingdom in the case of...
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Raul Carrion is Called to Trial for Embezzlement

This morning, the former Minister of Sports, Raul Carrion was called to trial at the National Court of Justice (CNJ), accused by the illegal contracts subdivision that is responsible for the construction of the training center and sports development Rioverde (in Esmeraldas)....
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University Teachers Must Meet More Requirements to Practice Profession

The merit valuation and the teacher’s and researcher’s career of the higher education system from the Higher Education Council (CES for its Spanish acronym), states that university teachers must meet several requirements to practice or continue practicing their profession. Among...
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Roger Federer Wins Cincinnati Masters 1000 and still ATP Number One

Swiss tennis player, Roger Federer took again the number one spot in the ATP World ranking. After beating Novak Djokovic in the final of the Cincinnati Masters 1000 by 6-0, 7-6, Federer takes even more distance from the Serbian player who is second place. Behind Djokovic is...
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US Elections 2012: Romney Announces Date for his 2011 Tax Release

Mitt Romney, the Republican U.S. presidential challenger plans to make public his 2011 tax return by October 15. According to a senior campaign advisor, President Barack Obama’s re-election team pressed its criticism of Romney’s decision not to disclose more about his personal...
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Volcanic Ash Damages Crops

The Tungurahua volcano has been rated by experts as a moderate-high activity volcano, since it shows lava and ash. The harmful effects of the ash are currently affecting, with more intensity, the agricultural area, according to a preliminary assessment of the Ministry of...
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