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Ecuador will go again to the World Cup

It didn’t matter that Ecuador lost  2-1 against Chile, in the last date of the preliminary rounds, the fans celebrated the classification of the tricolour team for the third time  to the World Cup. The maximum celebration occurred after the minute 65  when Felipe Caicedo...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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Mural in La Atarazana upsets because using real people

The mural located in the Gilbert Menendez Avenue overpass in La Atarazana, Guayaquil, has generated controversy due many of its characters in the work are real people from nowadays. Juan Pablo Toral, author of the work, says he decided to use real people to recreate the Spanish...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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Correa talks about a possible revocation of some legislators of PAIS

Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa,  warned of a possible recall of some Assembly members of the political party PAIS, due to their position on abortion. Correa described as “betrayal” that some legislators are trying to misalign  from the party’s positio...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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TRI dedicated its classification to “Chucho” Benitez

“I think Christian will be happy that his partners are in the Brazil World Cup,” were the words of Ermen Benitez, father of the late Ecuadorian striker Christian “El Chucho” Benitez. “I feel joy for what this (classification) is for Ecuadorians. But...
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Police rules out terrorist bombing on LAX

Authorities in Los Angeles are still investigating the explosion of two dry ice bombs found in restricted areas of the city’s international airport. The Police is still trying to determine how the four artefacts were placed in different areas of the terminal. The first bomb...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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Ecuador joins the celebration of World Food Day

The United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture (FAO,) held today in Rome its 33rd World Food Day, through commemorative events which will run until Sunday and will have as its slogan “Healthy people depends on a healthy food System.” For five days, there...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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Rivadeneira apologizes for controversial phrase about rich and poor people

Gabriela Rivadeneira, president of the National Assembly, said that her phrase: “poor people eat bread and rich people eat shit,” was interpreted out of context by people and media and reiterated that it was not her intention to make specific accusations to any...
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Chevron trial begins in USA

With the presentation of the initial arguments of the parties began yesterday in New York, the  trial for fraud and extortion against a lawyer and advisors of the plaintiffs of Chevron in Ecuador for environmental damages. The team of lawyers from Chevron and of the accused...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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A computer failure “emptied” two supermarkets in the United States

The American channel KSLA reported that a  technical failure at the limit of public aid cards to families of low income caused that last weekend  a crowd emptied two  Wal-Mart supermarkets in Louisiana, (South of USA), once they realised they could buy food without quota limits....
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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Smuggling of sea cucumbers was discovered in Galapagos

An operation that was carried out between last Friday and Saturday in Puerto Grande, northeast of the San Cristobal Island, in Galapagos, found a shipment of 18 sacks with 32.477 of sea cucumbers, which were dried and salty. The Ministry of the environment reported that the...
Posted On 16 Oct 2013
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