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Mystery man from Boston causes controversy

The image of a mysterious man on the roof of a building the day of the attack in Boston, has caused a stir on social networks, at a time when everyone wonders who is responsible for this slaughter. The photo was taken by a young student, Dan Lampariello, who was about 60 feet...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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MTV Movie Awards, a gala full of eccentricities

The MTV Movie Awards, like all awards of this network is characterized by its presenters, live performances and above all its eccentricities. This year was no exception, and the big winners on Sunday night were the Avengers and the tragicomedy Silver Linings Playbook. The...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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Defrosting in Antarctica has increased over the last 600 years

According to a study published by the newspaper ‘Nature Geoscience’, the Defrosting in Antarctica has increased almost ten times in the last 600 years, when temperatures were about 1.6 degrees Celsius less than those registered in the 20th century. “We found...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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Maduro was elected president despite opposition claims

Yesterday the National Electoral Council (CNE) proclaimed Nicolas Maduro Moros as president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in less than 24 hours after the elections, ignoring the request for recount of votes sent by the opposition leader Henrique Capriles. On her behalf,...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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Investigations over bomb attack in Boston continue

Officials of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are still looking for evidence that could lead them to the responsible author or multiple authors of the bomb attack that left three dead and more than 141 injured in the finish line of the Boston Marathon, which commemorated...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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North Korea denounces as ‘humiliating’ the dialogue with the U.S.

North Korea on Tuesday rejected a dialogue that they qualified as ‘humiliating’ with the United States and added that negotiations can only take if Washington abandons its policy ‘hostile’ and nuclear threats. “We are not opposed to dialogue, but we can...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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El Trio Fulminante: Reviving the forgotten genre of the pasillo

Retrieving the element of live instruments, and rescuing Ecuadorian musical identity through pasillos, pasacalles y albazos, Israel Maldonado, Stanley Parker and Lucas Napolitano, gambled everything to prove that traditional music of Ecuador is beautiful and challenging....
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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Urban poverty in Ecuador increased in march

The National Institute of statistics and censuses (INEC) announced yesterday that in Ecuador urban poverty increased nearly two points in March, in relation to the same month in 2012, from 16.03 to 17.74%. The study was conducted in five cities, and only Cuenca doesn’t...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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WAR RACE competitor dies after extreme dehydration

On Sunday April 14, Cinthya Shirley Nivelo Pacheco, 25, died while participating in a physically demanding competition called WAR RACE (an extreme race of 10 km with several obstacles), due to extreme dehydration. Competitors and supporters of the race claimed that during a hill...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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Duzac attorney’s oppose to report of alleged calculation error

The defence Gaston Duzac, who received an irregular loan of $ 800,000 by the COFIEC Bank which still remains unpaid, was filed in the Civil Court 24, in a written statement that describes the error committed in its discretion to the expert report which fixed the amount of Duzac’s...
Posted On 16 Apr 2013
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