The Daft Punk had to travel to France without masks

Although they carry two decades covering their faces with helmets, DJs who identify themselves as Daft Punk were forced to travel with their face uncovered, according to the TMZ news site. In addition, TMZ revealed the names of the mysterious Duet who last Sunday won four awards...
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Blossoming of the Guayacan trees boosts tourism

The flourishing of the 40 000 hectares of the Guayacan trees (timber tree), occurs with the first rains of January and lasts until February 1. This natural event occurs in Zapotillo, and their border parishes Cazaderos, Bolaspamba and Mangahurco. Its inhabitants were prepared in...
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Lesbian daughter of Hong Kong millionaire asks for acceptance

Gigi Chao, lesbian daughter of Cecil Chao Sze-tsung, a real estate tycoon in Hong Kong, addressed him an open letter urging him to accept his sexuality, after the millionaire offered $ 130 million to the man who managed to win the heart of his daughter. Magnate’s daughter,...
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Tom Sherak past away

The executive and movie studios consultant Tom Sherak, who also chaired the Academy Awards from 2009 to 2012, died yesterday January 28, 2014 in Calabasas, Los Angeles (USA), at the age of 68, victim of a prostate cancer since 2001, his family said. During Sherak’s...
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Google is close to an agreement with Brussels in order to avoid the penalty for Competition

Google is finalizing an agreement with the European competition authorities in order to avoid a penalty of billions of euros for abuse of dominant position, as reported by Reuters in community sources. The Seeker of capital G have made ​​a third offer to the commissioner of the...
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Pope Francisco calls usury as “social plague”

During the general audience in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francisco lashed against usury on Wednesday and qualified it  as a “dramatic social plague” that affects so many families today. Before greeting an association that combats usury who attended the audience...
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Supercom issued sanction for cartoonist Bonil

After the first public hearing installed on the Superintendency of Communication (Supercom), the entity issued its verdict in the case of cartoonist Xavier Bonilla (Bonil) and Daily El Universo. The hearing conducted by the legal director of the Supercom, Ximena Segura said...
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Assembly discards five objections of the COIP

Of the objections submitted to the project Criminal Code (COIP)made by President Rafael Correa, the National Assembly discarded five. The new code was approved in the plenary yesterday. The assembly members ratified with 113 votes in favor, five articles that were the subject of...
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Fast food franchises will use national meat

Richard Espinosa, Coordinating Minister of production, said yesterday that in six months, hamburgers sold in fast-food chains will no longer have imported meat, but it will be replaced by national product. Currently, most comes from abroad, since the franchise standards require a...
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CELAC exhorts to combat poverty and inequality

The Summit of Heads of State and Government of CELAC (Community of Latin American and Caribbean States), energized by the full presence of all the leaders, started with a call to combat hunger, poverty and inequality. Castro also warned of the threats to peace in the region and...
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