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Ecudos totally paralyzed its production over labor strike

Although hundreds of workers quit the strike last week and resumed their work in the sugar factory Ecudos, a group of employees of the mill, after an alleged dispute with members of the police, which left 15 injured and three arrested, decided to settle in the main access...
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National Soccer on mourning; sports leader is killed

Monica Gordon, 39, presidential candidate of the Aucas soccer team, was killed yesterday in her office around 08:00, in the presence of her two children and her father, Ramiro Gordon, administrator of the team from Quito. According to information from the Homicide Unit of the...
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Agricultural protest in Colombia arrives to the cities

Thousands of people marched yesterday in the main cities of Colombia, to support small farmers, who have eleven days asking for economic aid. Workers, students, teachers and health w orkers marched in Bogota until the central square of Bolívar, in the middle of a demonstration...
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Approved fiscal equality of gay marriages in the U.S.

The Revenue Department U.S. (IRS) reported that already may concern equally for tax purposes as homosexual and heterosexual marriages. The rule applies in all states of the country, whether it legally recognizes gay marriage or not. This ensures that “legally married gay...
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The President speaks with the indigenous people of the Central Sierra

The President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, said yesterday during a ceremony which was called ‘Dialogue for the Good Living’ and through which he attempted to prevent demonstrations of several groups that are against his decision to exploit the ITT block, that his...
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Germans find that drinking water helps lose weight

After an exhausting research in the university hospital Charité in Berlin, a group of German scientists certified that drinking more water than usual supplements weight loss if dieting. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition said in its publication that consuming water...
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“Zapateo por el Yasuní” was carried out in the North of Quito

Dozens of young demonstrators took a tour last night through the vicinity of the historical center of Quito, among them were supporters of the ruling regime and young people “tapping” for the defense of the Yasuní. This march that convened about one thousand people...
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President Correa traveled to Paramaribo

The regime leader Rafael Correa, traveled yesterday to Suriname to attend the VII Summit of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), which will take place today in Paramaribo. Through his Twitter account, Correa reported his journey to the Surinamese capital on a flight that...
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Prefecture aims to prevent sex tourism in Guayas

With the unanimous vote of 21 directors, Guayas Provincial Council approved the first reading of an ordinance draft for the prevention of human trafficking, with emphasis on sex tourism in the Guayas. This resolution was adapted Thursday morning, August 29, at the regular meeting...
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Obama announces unilateral actions in Syria

The White House said yesterday that President Barack Obama will make his decision on Syria in accordance with the interests of the United States, this was after the British Parliament rejected a proposal that would allow military action in Damascus. Obama is preparing for...
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