Government and doctors reach agreement over Article 146

Doctors and the government managed to reach an agreement last night about  culpable homicide by professional malpractice, laid down in Article 146 of the Integral Criminal Code (COIP). The proposal of an interpretative clause of clarification in the third paragraph of the article...
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Part of the tourism advertising will be assumed by Ministry

Between 20% and 30% of the cost of the advertising for national tourism products that are promoted by the business community of Ecuador, will be assumed by the Ministry of Tourism. This was announced by the Minister of Tourism, Vinicio Alvarado, during the presentation of the...
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Six reports to start new port of Guayaquil

“At least three alternatives” of location to be submitted to the Ministry of transport and public works “an alternative to be analysed in more detail…”, is provided  in the statutes of the first phase of the master plan of the new port of Guayaquil...
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Baby was rescued from rubbles

A group of activists rescued a baby of 14 months old from the rubble of a building which was destroyed after an attack with missiles in Aleppo, Syria on January 22. The infant called Ghina Khalil is currently recovering from severe injuries. The terrible news is that the mother...
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Twitter and IMB negotiate patents and licenses

  Twitter acquired 900 patents and signed an agreement of bilateral licenses with International Business Machines (IMB), a company that had accused the social network in November, on the eve of the successful Initial Public Offer (OPI, for its Spanish acronym), of violating...
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Candidate for councillor in Playas remains missing

The candidate for councillor for the political party Social Cristiano-Madera de Guerrero, Lissete Avilés Erazo, 24, disappeared in the canton General Villamil Playas a week ago. This morning, around 20 people armed with shovels, picks and machetes started looking for the...
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Snowden leaks cause discomfort to David Cameron

Last Thursday British Prime Minister David Cameron, was disappointed and called upon the media to stop publishing sensitive information leaked by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. The British Government was embarrassed and angered many lawmakers from the ruling...
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