‘The Simpsons’ honor to ‘Lego’

The FOX network has reported that its program, the Simpsons, on may 4, will broadcast  a special dedicated to the Lego world. This episode will be the 550 of the famous family of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, who in December met 25 years on the air. The idea arose after...
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Correa: “If there is an anti-Barrera vote, annul it, but do not give the enemy”

So said President Rafael Correa, who participated today in Quito on several campaign events to promote the candidacy of Augusto Barrera (Alianza País) for mayor. During an encounter with a neighborhood leader in the coliseum Los Quitus, the President mentioned the existence of a...
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Barcelona announced the ticket prices for the Classic

The Barcelona board has revealed the ticket prices for the Classic of the Shipyard against Emelec, to be held this Saturday at the Monumental stadium. Yellow fans can purchase the tickets from next Tuesday at Mall del Sol; Mall El Fortin, and Pollos a la Brasa Barcelona in Sucre...
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Leopoldo López surrenders to Venezuelan justice

Leopoldo Lopez, opposition leader, surrendered this Tuesday at Venezuelan security forces and would be brought to justice where he is required, after being accused as responsible for the three deaths during protests in the oil country. Lopez walked voluntarily towards a tanker of...
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Eugenio Espejo is honored by physicians

Doctors celebrate their day with a national day in honour of the birthday of Eugenio Espejo, which is celebrated every 21st of this month. In Quito, doctors will concentrate, at 16:00, at the hospital Carlos Andrade Marin. From there they will depart to the cemetery of El Tejar...
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Two members of Pussy Riot arrested in Sochi

Nadezhda Tolokónnikova and Maria Aliójina, two of the three members of the Group Pussy Riot who were sentenced to imprisonment for staging a punk prayer in anOrthodox Cathedral, were arrested today in Sochi, site of the Winter Olympics. “W...
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Julian Assange says that the NSA spied on WikiLeaks

Wikileaks, Julian Assange’s web site, reports that his website and his readers have been spied on by U.S. intelligence Agency (NSA) and the British GCHQ. So he said it on Tuesday, February 18, citing documents obtained by former analyst Edward Snowden. According to one of...
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Car bombs leave dead and wounded in Iraq

A series of car bombs in the province of Babel and Baghdad, left a toll of at least fifteen people dead and dozens wounded this Tuesday, informed a source of the Iraqi Police. The six attacks in Babel, Shiite authorship occurred almost consecutively in several areas of the...
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Paredes exhorts to Correa not perform sabbatine liaison

In recent days it has been several questionings to National Electoral Council by their weak control so far this of the campaign period, especially when the intervener is President Rafael Correa. For the current President of the organization, Domingo Paredes the problem is...
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Protests ceased momentarily in Caracas

After the protests ended with three dead, dozens injured, many  detained, and affected property  in Venezuela, last night, the streets of Caracas were deserted as any February night. The opposition protesters who made the streets around Plaza Francia in the Altamira urbanization,...
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