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Islamists confirm attack in Nairobi mall

On Sunday, Kenya reported that security forces controlled much of the shopping center Nairobi in which 68 people died in an attack carried out by the Somali group Al Shabaab. The militants appeared to have hostages as the assault came on the third day on Monday . After the...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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Defense of Galo Lara confirms that their client is not registered by the FBI

The defense lawyers of the former assemblyman Galo Lara (SP) denied that his client has a police record in a county in Florida, USA, “and even less in the FBI,” said Pedro Granja, one of his defenders in the litigation. Granja denied yesterday the Interior Ministry...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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Liga de Loja in Buenos Aires will play against River Plate

The upcoming Thursday will be the rematch for the eight round of the South American Cup at Monumental stadium, where Liga de Loja will defend the 2-1 score with which earned the three winning points in their stadium Reina del Cisne last week. The team led by historical player of...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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Retirement Fund of teachers will finance the hydroelectric project of Sabanilla

According to figures managed by the Retirement Fund  of the Ecuadorian Teaching Association (FCME), around 5 800 teachers, pensioners and individuals, linked to teachers, are interested in investing approximately $11 million for the Sabanilla hydroelectric project, whose total...
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Obama stopped smoking because he was “scared” of his wife

During a casual conversation with an official of the United Nations, U.S. President Barak Obama, admitted that he quitted smoking six years ago for fear to his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama. The topic arose  after the official admitted that he would not have been able to quit...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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At the end of 2013 the cost for induction cookers will be define

The Ecuadorian government hopes to set prices and models of electric induction cookers for December. This is within the project to replace gas stoves and remove the fuel subsidy. Ramiro Gonzalez, Minister of Industries, said yesterday that after participating in an event with...
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U.S. denies rejecting visas to applicants of Chevron

A spokesman for the U.S. State Department confirmed yesterday that the visas of a group of plaintiffs regarding the lawsuit against Chevron were no rejected. “We have not rejected any vis as,” he said. The Ecuadorian Foreign Ministry last Friday denoted their...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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Terrorism in Kenya affects their growth

Westgate Shopping Centre of Nairobi, was a symbol of the growing prosperity of Kenya, but since the assault that began at the shopping mall in the capital, his image became one of the worst terrorist attacks in the history of East Africa, in which 68 people have lost their lives...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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Exploitation of Yasuni Correa defends and criticizes the intangible zone

“The primary policy of the Government is to ensure the protection of the towns in voluntary isolation and this is registered in the Constitution that was created in the citizen’s revolution,” said the Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, in its latest Saturday...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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Galo Lara has a criminal record in the United States

According to a report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Home Office confirmed that the former assemblyman of Sociedad Patriotica (SP), Galo Lara has a criminal record in the United States. Last August, Lara was sentenced to ten years in prison for his alleged...
Posted On 24 Sep 2013
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