Kim Kardashian will eat her placenta after giving birth

The socialite said that after giving birth to her first daughter will eat your placenta after your doctor has confirmed the many benefits this practice brings to women after childbirth. “We’re not used to a woman to take her placenta, but different studies claim that...
Posted On 05 Jun 2013
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Monte Sinai inhabitants are leaving their homes

“Don’t leave you cowards!” yelled hundreds of people to families who voluntarily disarmed their homes and abandoned the Las Marias Cooperative, in the Monte Sinai area, before police forces allegedly arrived and carry out the evictions, as happened 25 days ago in...
Posted On 05 Jun 2013
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Ruling Party imposes the final word on Communications Bill

Although the second debate already came to an end, the block of Alianza Pais, through Mauro Andino, will include reforms to the draft on the Communications Bill. The proposal of including modifications goes against Article 61 of the Organic Law of the Legislative Function, which...
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Controls are carried out at the border due the H1N1 virus

Doctors from the Ministry of Health, together with the immigration staff, carried out preventive check-ups for the H1N1 virus on the northern border. The control was initiated two weeks ago due to the increase of cases in Colombia and Venezuela. Jose Castillo, epidemiologist of...
Posted On 05 Jun 2013
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IEPI does not accept new proposals for their logo

After the scandal of apparent plagiarism of a logo, the Ecuadorian Institute of Intellectual Property (IEPI) appointed an evaluation committee to select the new logo for the institution, however, the recent and new proposals submitted, last Friday, by the Maxtimsa agency were not...
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In coca the drinkable water shortage becomes critical due to the oil contamination

The rain that fell in the early hours of today, over the provinces of Orellana and Sucumbios, calmed down the current situation in this jurisdiction, due to the crisis caused by the  lack of drinking water in the city of Coca and other towns, because of the pollution in the Coca...
Posted On 05 Jun 2013
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Mery Zamora still has no sentence

It’s been 23 days since the judges of the Court of Criminal Guarantees of Guayas declared Mery Zamora, the former president of the National Union of Educators (UNE, for its Spanish acronym), guilty for the crime of sabotage and terrorism; and despite this, the decision...
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Entrepreneurs don’t know the details of the agreement with Venezuela

The signing of two agreements with Venezuela, for the sale of essential goods, personal hygiene, machinery, technology, textiles, among others, was announced by the Minister of Commerce of Venezuela, Alexander Fleming, and Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino, who led the...
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ITC bans the sale of Apple products for patent violation

On Tuesday, the International Trade Commission of the United States (ITC) banned the sale and import of certain older Apple devices, for alleged patent violation of its rival, Samsung. The commission reported that through its website it was published a “limited exclusion...
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Turkish economy is hit by protests

After five days of public protests, the consequences have begun to affect the Turkish government and the tourism sector. In recent days, about 40% of hotel reservations in the Istanbul region have been canceled. The Union of Hotels and Tourism Investors confirmed that there are...
Posted On 05 Jun 2013
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