Sarah Ferguson could remarry Prince Andrew

The controversial Sarah Ferguson, known for the media scandals during her marriage to Prince Andrew, has fueled the suspicions of getting back together with the Duke of York. The redhead, known worldwide as Fergie said ” Andre will always be my handsome prince,” and...
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Quito is prepared for the rainy season and will reforest the Metropolitan Park

The National Institute of meteorology and hydrology (Inamhi), reported that yesterday there were strong winds in Quito because of rain accompanied by thunderstorms. Lincoln Cevallos, technician of the Inamhi, noted that these phenomena are typical of this season. Cevallos also...
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The UN warns that the climate will become more extreme

The first part of the report of the Intergovernmental Panel on climate change (IPCC) of the United Nations, which was presented yesterday in its extended version, indicates that towards the end of the century the climate will become more extreme in various parts of the world. The...
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Leader of the regime criticizes the corruption in the police

The regime leader, Rafael Correa, stressed that the police still have remnants of “corruption” in their ranks, while the armed forces are the “largest landowners in the country.” Correa explained this while commemorating the three years of the police...
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United States does not overcome the financial crisis

A new federal budget that had been approved in advance by the legislators, was rejected yesterday by the United States Senate. This decision caused that for the first time in 17 years, the Federal agencies in the country suspended non-essential operations for lack of funds,...
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Deposed judges will receive about $ 500 000

About $ 13, 5 million would be paid by the Ecuadorian State to compensate  27 former magistrates of the late Supreme Court, who were deposed  in 2004 by a legislative majority in favor of the former President Lucio Gutierrez. Through a report carried out by the former judges, a...
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Guayaquil starts a new month of festivities

The city, aka “the Pearl of the Pacific,” starts today its festivities for its 193 years of independence, which will be commemorated on Wednesday October 9. The City Hall, along with the Government, the Ministry of Culture and other government agencies will hold a...
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Pedro Delgado has an extradition request

The investigating criminal judge, Vicente Robalino, called for an extradition order for the former Central Bank President Pedro Delgado Campana, who is also cousin of the regime leader, Rafael Correa. The request was made ​​yesterday at 15:10. The order of Robalino was included...
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John XXIII and John Paul II to be claimed Saints next year

During the session held yesterday in Latin with the presence of all the cardinals, the Pope Francis announced the upcoming canonization of Pope John XXIII and John Paul II. The event will be held on April 27, 2014, the first Sunday after the celebrations of Holy Week, when the...
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Extended period for GM companies

The period for companies that market food products get an extended period of six moths to set their labels for products of transgenic origin. Ramiro Gonzalez, Minister of Industry, made ​​the announcement during the signing of an agreement with the Ecuadorian Federation of Metal...
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