Vanity Fair named Pope Francisco as “Man of the Year”

The Italian edition of Vanity Fair dedicated the cover of its latest issue to Pope Francisco and named him “Man of the Year” for his actions, fight against corruption and peace message to the world during the first hundred days of his pontificate. With this tribute,...
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Snowden is one step closer to his asylum in Venezuela

The former analyst of the CIA, Edward Snowden, accepted the proposal of asylum granted by Venezuela in order to avoid prosecution in the United States, said Glenn Greenwald, the British journalist from The Guardian newspaper’s who resides in Brazil. Greenwald said that...
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U.S. faces the contempt of spied countries

Allied and opposing governments of the United States came together to demand an explanation for the alleged spy ststem that was carried out in Latin American countries, focusing especially in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, as it was revealed by the former CIA analyst Edward...
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Ivonne Baki informed to the Assembly about the Yasuní ITT initiative

Yesterday, the project manager appeared before the Committee on biodiversity of the Assembly to reaffirm that the priority of the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, is to preserve the underground oil that lies in that area of the Amazon. Baki said that the international trust...
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With a “pots and pans” demonstration the national strike in Chile began

Around a hundred of leaders and chilean workers led by the President of the Unitarian Confederation of Workers (CUT, for its acronym in spanish), Barbara Figueroa, they arrived to the ‘La Ciudadanía’ square, in front of the Palace of ‘La Moneda’, with...
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Atletico Mineiro and Olympia are the Libertadores finalist

Yesterday the Brazilian team qualified to its first final in the Copa Libertadores, after winning in a dramatic penalty shoot 3 to 2 to Newell’s Old Boys of Argentina, at the stadium Arena Independencia in Belo Horizonte, after winning 2-0 at the time regulatory and tie the...
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Barcelona’s Museum Makes Guayaquil Citizens Proud

We show some pictures of what was the opening ceremony of the new museum of Barcelona Sporting Club, which tells the story of this football institution since its inception and how it has become the pride of the city. Mayor Jaime Nebot, life president of the sportinstitution,...
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Snowden traveled to La Habana bypassing U.S.

The change in the route from the Aeroflot flight from Russia to South America is on eyes of many nations because it could be that the former CIA analyst, Edward Snowden, who for the past 13 days has been in the transit area of an airport in Moscow. The Aeroflot flight SU 150...
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