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Closure of Vanguardia magazine fails on settlements agreements

Vanguard Magazine maintains the position that employees were not dismissed, before the hearing convened yesterday by the Ministry of Labour did not reach any agreement. Employees and journalists who worked on the magazine until June28, time in which Vanguardia closed, seeking...
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Deportivo Quito opens phase facing Liga de Loja

The second stage of the ecuadorian soccer championship starts tonight with the game at Reina del Cisne stadium, where, in addition to the opening of the stage, will also be the debut of the Ecuadorian Álex Aguinaga as coach of Liga de Loja, precisely facing Deportivo Quito, club...
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Alleged money laundering using the Sucre system

This was announced by the Prosecutor’s Office in conjunction with the Central Bank of Ecuador for allegedly discovering a money laundering model that would have been used by Ecuadorian companies to make false and simulated exportations, using the Regional Compensation Unitary...
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Fifteenth fugitive from La Roca gets recaptured in Peru

Yesterday at noon, the interior minister, Jose Serrano, confirmed through his Twitter account, the recapture of Stalin Jorge Guaranda Cedillo, aka “Garfield”, one of the 18 prisoners who escaped from the rehabilitation center of Guayaquil, known as “La Roca”...
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Inflation went backwards in June

According to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC), last month inflation stood at -0.14% compared to the 0.18% of the same month in the previous year. According to the figures, the prices fell. The statistics also reveal that the group of food and non-alcoholic...
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The Guardian Newspaper makes correction requested by Rafael Correa

The British tabloid corrected on July 3rd, the headline of an article published about the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, after Correa said last July 2 through his Twitter account, that the newspaper took completely out of context  the statements that he made in an...
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British surveillance company rejects the request of the Foreign Minister Patino

The British security company that the Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino accused of being the owner of a microphone installed at the Embassy of Ecuador in London, rejected the accusation. “We heard this morning a charge (…) that suggests that we have placed hidden...
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Strong presence of women in Egyptian rebellion

Last Sunday, a human tide gathered in Tahir square called for the resignation of the President of Egypt, Mohamed Mursi, during a demonstration in which a girl was born and her mother, an activist, decided to baptize her as Tamarod (rebellion), in honor to the female fight. Two...
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Snowden case causes global controversy

Following the controversial arrival of the former CIA analyst, Edward Snowden, Russia, the BBC said that the person would cause problems with relationships between many countries. After eleven days, the hypothesis was confirmed, after it unleashed diplomatic tensions globally....
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IESS seizes Monumental stadium facilities

The track and facilities of the Monumental stadium in Barcelona were seized today by the Social Security Institute at noon due to a late due. The provincial director of Guayas IESS, Ivan Espinel Molina, and legal custodian, Miguel Montalvo Tower, carried out the seizing of the...
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