Venezuelans call a halt to violence

Yesterday afternoon, hundreds of artists from television, film and theater took to the streets of Venezuela to demand their government, Nicolas Maduro, a better crime control in this country. This demonstration to protest violence, was motivated after the assassination of actress...
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Sentenced in Filanbanco case, appeal to court

The hearing for the appeal filed by the brothers William and Roberto Isaias and the others accused of the alleged crime of embezzlement in the Filanbanco case, was held in the  Criminal Chamber of the National Court of Justice. The proceedings took place yesterday from 15:30 on...
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It is expected that the cold wave affecting the U.S. decreases

The cold wave that has affected United States during the last weeks, apparently is decreasing slowly. According to reports from the National Weather Service, the polar vortex that has frozen almost a third of the country, will decrease its intensity in the upcoming days. On...
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Restrictions on imports are reformed

Upon the implementation of the Resolution 116 of the Committee of Foreign Trade (Comex,) which establishes the previous import control for 293 products and adjustments to 120 new regulations set by the National Institute of Standardization (INEN) to enter the country’s...
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Ecuadorian standards concerned Spanish and Mexican exporters

Due to the new quality standards issued in November of 2013 by the Minister of industries Ramiro Gonzalez, Spanish and Mexican exporters have extended communications to their authorities, Union leaders and Ecuadorian officials, about the difficulties to get products into the...
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The price of the Texas oil fell 1.43%

Yesterday, the  Texas oil  fell down 1.43 percent and closed at 92,33 dollars per barrel, after the U.S. Department of energy announced a reduction of inventories in reserves of crude of last week ,less than the experts expected. At the end of the third session of the week at the...
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Electronics show in Las Vegas presents giants and stylized TV screens

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES for its acronym in English ) in Las Vegas, USA, carry on and this time the curved and oversized TV screens are the ones that capture everyone’s attention as they show images up to four times sharper than the regular high-definition...
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Brazil requests additional flights for World Cup

Because Brazil will welcome about 600,000 foreigners for hosting the 2014 World Cup, Brazilian airlines asked the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC for its Spanish acronym), for the approval of 1,523 additional flights during the soccer event, in order to meet demand....
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Ecuadorian scientists seeking scientific utility in Antarctic ice

Young researchers from the center of research for biotechnology of Ecuador (CIBE), graduates of the ­Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral (Espol) and through an agreement with the Ecuadorian Antarctic Institute (NAIS) traveled to Antarctica in search of land and water samples...
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German Chancellor participates in childish act of Kings

After the accident in Switzerland, where she suffered a fractured pelvis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel reappeared in public on crutches to receive to children belonging to the German diocese disguised of Kings that collect donations to social projects. At the ceremony, Merkel...
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