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Process against Chevron continues despite embargo cancellation

Pablo Fajardo, a lawyer for the Amazonian claimant communities in Ecuador, said that the cancellation of the seizure of the assets of Chevron Argentina will not stop the ruling that is pending in that country. “The seizure is a precautionary measure, but it does not prevent...
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Jorge Lanata interviews with Ecuadorian media

Argentine journalist Jorge Lanata answered some questions to the Ecuadoradio, radio station. Lanata began detailing when and how he started his research on corruption by the Kirchner-Fernandez family. At the beginning of the interview, the reporter explained several controversial...
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Peru would take legal action by oil contamination

The Minister of the Environment of Peru, Manuel Pulgar Vidal, reported that it does not rule out to take actions in order to obtain compensation from those responsible by the slick of oil in Ecuador that extended to its territory, and has affected 32 communities in the border of...
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The future of the Yasuní initiative without definition

Yesterday marked six years since  the Yasuní-ITT initiative was presented in order to maintain underground the 850 million barrels of oil that remain in the bowels of this natural paradise, which has not only been declared as world heritage site, but is also considered as the...
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25 people are arrested in Turkey for inciting protests in Twitter

In Turkey, 25 people were arrested for “spreading false information” through social networks to provoke protests, reported the official Turkish news agency, Anadolu. Yesterday morning in the city of Izmir, the police arrested people in their homes, with charges of...
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Andrea, the first Atlantic storm of the year, set off the alarms

The first named storm of the Atlantic storm season, formed yesterday in the Gulf of Mexico and rains were forecast for the end of the week on the west coast of Florida. Andrea, as she was named, began with maximum sustained winds of 64 kilometers per hour and already yesterday...
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Seoul and North Korea could resume talks

On Thursday, the North Korean regime offered the South Korean government resume talks to work in joint projects or meetings between families who were separated by the war, this is a compromise proposal that Seoul accepted after two months of threats from Pyongyang. The North...
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Pedro Delgado will give not testify anymore in Miami

Pedro Delgado, former president of the Central Bank of Ecuador and cousin of the Ecuadorian president, Rafael Correa, filed a request today to the Court of Miami so that the citation that follows him from Ecuador regarding the judicial process of Robert and William Isaias (former...
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Communications Bill has new contributions

Ruling assemblyman and rapporteur of the draft on the Communications Bill, Mauro Andino, collected written proposals to adjust the text that will be voted on the Plenary after two or three weeks. One of the new contributions that Andino has received came from Jose Bolivar...
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Queen Elizabeth II celebrates another year of her reign

Queen Elizabeth II of England, celebrated with his family and 2 000 guests one more year of her coronation with a commemorative mass at the Westminster Abbey, where the original ceremony was held in 1953. After the death of her father, King George VI, Elizabeth II ascended to the...
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