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Australia will train Ecuadorian about sustainable mining

Mining national company (Enami) of Ecuador reported yesterday in a statement that several technicians of that entity will form part of a training plan to be carried out at the University of Queensland, Australia, in order to develop sustainable mining in the country. “The...
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A very old Bolivian says he’s the world’s oldest man

Birth records of Bolivia ensure that an elderly Aymara, who lives in an Andean village at 4000 meters high, has 123 years old, which could make him the world’s oldest person. Carmelo Flores Laura told Bolivian television that he was born in July 16, 1890. After this, a...
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Google admits that the emails of Gmail are not completely private

The company Google announced last Tuesday through a 30-page text presented by lawyers of the company in the courts of San Jose (USA), that Gmail users should not have “reasonable expectations” that their communications are personal, since there is a lack of privacy at...
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Research shows the cause of cancer

The journal Nature, published yesterday the first global map of mutational processes, conducted by researchers from the United Kingdom, which can trace the mutational processes behind the development of tumors. These results are expected to serve in the future to create...
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Heat waves could last through 2040

According to a study published by the journal Environmental Research Letters, heat waves on earth will become stronger and more frequent over the next 30 years, especially in regions such as South America, Africa and Europe. Dim Coumou, Potsdam Institute, which investigates the...
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Nebot requires more buses for Metroquil

During his radio broadcast of every Wednesday, the mayor of Guayaquil, Jaime Nebot, demanded the consortium Metroquil, in charge of the Trunk 1 of the Metrovía, to incorporate more articulated buses due to the large influx of people during rush hours. “The people from...
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New peace talks between Israel and Palestine

Last Wednesday for the first time in nearly five years, Israelis and Palestinians began their first formal peace talks in a renewed effort to end decades of conflict. The Israeli government released a short video that shows key negotiators, Yitzhak Molcho and Tzipi Livni, from...
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Ecuador disagrees with U.S. new tariff on shrimp

After that on last Wednesday night, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued a statement in which it was decided to impose a 13.5% anti-subsidy tariff for Ecuadorian shrimp exports, which entered the country without tariffs, authorities and representatives of the export sector...
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The fate of the Yasuní will be known today

Today, the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, will inform to Ecuadorians the decision to be taken on the Yasuní-ITT initiative after several analyses made at the meetings carried out in recent days. At the begining,  the plan was to keep underground 846 million barrels of crude...
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Alianza Pais will discuss the controversial media lynching

Gina Godoy (AP), current president of the Justice Commission of the Assembly announced last Wednesday that the analysis of the media lynching as a criminal offense will be studied by the bureau of Alianza Pais (AP). Then it will be discussed in the Justice Committee, which...
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