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Eurozone improves its trade balance

The Community statistical office Eurostat reported today that the balance of trade of the countries of the euro zone (countries that have adopted the euro as their official currency) registered last July a surplus of 18 billion euros, while in the whole of the EU (countries...
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New ambassador of Peru arrives in Quito

Elizabeth Astete, the new ambassador established by the Government of Peru in Ecuador, arrived today to Quito to take office. The Peruvian embassy said Astete is a career diplomat and has been ambassador of Peru in Mexico. The arrival of Astete to Ecuador occurred  after the...
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Venezuela denies dialogue with the IMF

Nélson Merentes, Minister of finance of Venezuela,  denied today rumors about  Government  meetings with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and asserted that Venezuela has enough resources to address all matters of the economy, including the debt. “Neither the Finance...
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Galo Lara seeks political asylum in Panama

After the arrest of the former assembly member of Sociedad Patriotica, Galo Lara, in Panama, for the claims of his defense that said the case is more political than legal, and for which the Prosecution and the National Court of Justice (CNJ) issued a sentence of 10 years against...
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Sarin gas was used in Syria

UN inspectors said there is “clear and convincing evidence” of the use of chemical weapons on a large scale in the attack that took place in Damascus last month, which killed hundreds of people. “The conclusion is that chemical weapons have been used in the...
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Mexico continues adding victims because of Ingrid and Manuel

Dozens of states in Mexico, in the last three days, have been hit by the torrential rains, product of the combination of Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel, generating, so far, about 40 deaths and 230 000 homeless across the country. According to the National Weather...
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Ecuador returns to eat crabs

The market Caraguay, located in the South of Guayaquil, returned yesterday to have a massive influx of people, following news that the fresh plates of crab would be on sale after a month of ban ordered by Ministerial Agreement No. 16 of February 3, 2004, that prohibits the...
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Shooting in the United States left several victims

3 dead people is the balance that left a violent firefight occurred in an administrative base of the U.S. Navy. This is perhaps the most frightening episode occurred within a U.S. military installation, since 2009 when 13 soldiers were killed at the base of Fort Hood, in the...
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Wilder Medina threat on leave Barcelona for not fulfilling his payments

Colombian striker has not collected his salary in the two months that he has spent in the yellow team and have problems with his home rent and mobilization. He already complained to the leadership and said he will return to Colombia if the situation continues. According to local...
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President Correa began campaigning “Dirty hand Chevron Texaco” in the East

Introducing his hand with glove and then without them, in a black lagoon, in the field aguarico 4, Sucumbios province, the leader of the regime, Rafael Correa, showed the world the dirty hand of waste oil. He said that was the dirty hand of Chevron Texaco, referring to the...
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