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Duzac would be giving his testimony without his lawyer

Julio Plaza Rada, attorney of the Argentine businessman Gaston Duzac, left his client’s defense for failing to pay the fixed fees. Currently he said he expects his client to hire another professional to withdraw entirely from the case. After the third call of the prosecution,...
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New elections in Egypt will be in 2014

Adli Mansur, the current interim president of Egypt confirmed last Monday a timetable for the process to amend the constitution and carry out elections for president and parliament, which would be held in early 2014. According to the constitutional declaration made by Mansur,...
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Tomorrow begins the Ramadan in the Middle East

The mufti of Egypt, Sheikh Shauqi Alam, the highest religious authority in the country reported today that next Wednesday will start the month of the Moslem fasting known as ramadan, as announced also by  clerics in Saudi Arabia, Syria and the United Arab Emirates. Ramadan is a...
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Accussed of Karina del Pozo’s murder is exonerated

Last July 4, Raul Martínez, the first tenth Judge of Criminal Guarantees, agreed to process the annulment petition  to the order to initiate the trial filed by defense attorney David Piña, one of the boys accused of the murder of the ecuadorian young girl Karina del Pozo, on...
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Edward Snowden accepted Venezuela’s asylum

According to the Russian state news agency Ria-Novosti and AFP, which quoted the speaker of parliament, Alexei Pushko, the former analyst of the CIA, Edward Snowden, would have accepted the offer of asylum in Venezuela. On Monday, June 8, the government of Venezuela received the...
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China and IESS will finance the state budget

The Social Security Institute (IESS), loans from China and multilateral agencies, will help cover the deficit of $ 5,050 million of the 2013 budget, as stated by the Minister of Finance, Fausto Herrera. Credits with China would remain as the primary source of indebtedness of the...
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Larger cantons will be divided in districts in the upcoming elections

In the Sectional Elections of February 2014, 13 cities in the country will be divided into territorial districts in order to elect urban directors. The National Electoral Council (CNE) began yesterday the first workshop of socialization of these new districts, in the delegation...
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New delegate joins the Council of Media Regulation

Paulina Mongrovejo is the third member of the Council for the Regulation and Development of Information and Communication, after her appointment yesterday by the ombudsman, Ramiro Rivadeneira. Mongrovejo, who is a Doctor of Jurisprudence, specialized in Human Rights, said that...
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Michael Jackson might have had addiction to drugs, according to a doctor

On Monday, Dr. Stuart Finkelstein declared, through a recorded testimony, why he concluded that Michael Jackson was addicted to drugs, after he was his doctor in 1993 during the tour “Dangerous”, which concluded with the artist’ placement into rehab. Finkelstein said...
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