Thousands of faithful walked with “The Churona” in Guayaquil

The locals devotees were participants in a pilgrimage to honor the Virgin of El Cisne in Guayaquil. The tour began in the center of the city and culminated in the suburb, south of the Pearl. With the image of “The Churona” on shoulders, devout Catholics santa...
Posted On 26 Aug 2013
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Regime proposes to work urban center in Guayaquil

The northwest of Guayaquil is the new area of territorial expansion, known as Mount Sinai or District 8, where the regime is developing a comprehensive intervention project, which seeks to achieve a proposed urban center, but its execution leaves many doubts. The so called...
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Syria allows UN investigators to study chemical weapons attack

Powerful Western countries discussed the possibility of a military response after hundreds of people were killed in Damascus last Wednesday by nerve gas attacks in the suburbs of the capital. This event seems to be the worst mass poisoning with chemical weapons in the world in...
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Several dead in a tour to the Colta Lagoon

Rescue agencies ECU911 confirmed that four children and an adult woman, who were part of a religious group, died yesterday in the waters of the Lagoon of Colta. Firefighters of Colta, received the notice at about 13:30, of the sinking of a boat with 25 tourists in the lagoon. The...
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A trip to the Yasuni

The conflict between environmentalists and the Ecuadorian Government was born once the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, announced that he would give green light to the operation of the block Ishpingo, Tambococha and Tiputini (ITT), located in the Yasuni National Park. This...
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Unusual rain surprised Guayaquil

Messages through Twitter posted by some citizens last night pointed out that last night’s rain occurred in  month that is considered dry. Inhabitants of Via a la Costa, Las Cumbres, and Los Ceibos reported that on those sectors the rain was strong, while in the Centre and...
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UN made a call for dialogue within the Colombian strike

The Colombian Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, on the matter of the agricultural strike, called for calm and for dialogue. “(…) That they protest, they dialogue and they reach peaceful agreements,” explained a statement from the...
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Colombia and Ecuador seek to end lawsuit over fumigations

Finally the two Amazonian countries have reached a friendly agreement that puts an end on the trial that Quito filed in 2008 before the International Court in The Hague, over fumigations that Colombia made on the common border. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Colombia, said in...
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Creating companies in Ecuador will be easier

This is provided in the pilot plan that the Government, on the frame of changing the productive matrix, will implement in Quito, Guayaquil, Cuenca, Santo Domingo, Manta and Loja, to simplify procedures that allow the creation and opening of companies or businesses. The regime...
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Hispanics in Texas have higher obesity health issues

South Texas is facing a major health threat, obesity and diabetes, as a research pointed out that the studied health disparities in the region, made up of 38 counties, which includes the border area of the United States and Mexico in the south Texas. It also comprehends the...
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