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NASA announces new mission to Mars in 2016

This morning, NASA announced its next mission to Mars by 2016, calling it “Insight“. The main objective of this second mission to the red planet is to understand how and in what way this planet evolved so differently than the planet Earth. InSight would travel...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Prison for Speed Offenders in Guayaquil

The Transit Commission of Ecuador (CTE for its Spanish acronym) will begin, on Thursday August 23, to apply art. 145 of the Transit Act, which punishes with three days of imprisonment for drivers who commit speed offenses. On urban roads, if the vehicle exceeds 50 km / h (maximum...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Beauty Queens Preparing for Miss Continente Americano

Guayaquil is ready to host, for the seventh time, the beauty contest Miss Continente Americano, which will take place this September 29 at the Palacio de Cristal. Representatives of Argentina, Aruba, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala,...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Facebook Shares are Recovering

Facebook’s share prices rose 2.3% after hitting a low of $ 18.75 last Friday. The price dropped to rumors and concerns about the ability of the company to increase its revenues. With this new increase, the shares are at $ 19, half the price they had at their release three months...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Obama Threatens to Attack Syria

United States President Barack Obama made a stern warning to the country of Syria. Early last Monday, the leader of the U.S. stated that he has not ruled out an offensive strike on Bashar al-Assad and his brutal regime. Obama spoke from the White House, saying that if Syria were...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Rafael Correa: It Would be “Suicidal” for the British to Enter the Embassy for Assange

Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, said it would be “suicidal” for Great Britain to enter the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. “I think it would be a suicide for Britain to enter the embassy of Ecuador. Then they could get their own embassies raped all over the...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Barcelona visited Carondelet

The Barcelona Sporting Club yesterday visited the Palacio de Carondelet where they could witness the changing of the guard of the presidential guard. This first event was attended by the President of the Republic, Rafael Correa with players Maximo Banguera, Damian Diaz, Matias...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Madonna Sued in Russia

First, she showed solidarity and supported the Russian punk band, Pussy Riot, which were sentenced to two years in prison for complaining of President Putin at the altar of a church. Once again, Madonna became controversial in Russia, but this time it could lead to serious...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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U.S. Believes that Recurring to the OAS for Julian Assange is a “Show”

The Government of Barack Obama yesterday accused founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, of making “wild claims” about an alleged persecution by the U.S. to divert attention from the sexual assaults allegations he is facing in Sweden. The State Department said the...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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Washington Post Alerts Ecuador of Commercial Consequences over Assange’s Case

The American Journal, Washington Post, warns that granting asylum to Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, could bring “disastrous” economic consequences for Ecuador. “Congress could decide, easily, a decrease in that privileged trade access to be implemented early next...
Posted On 21 Aug 2012
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