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Ecuador says goodbye to World Cup drawing 0-0 with France

Ecuador’s National Team drew 0-0 against France by Group E at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, and was eliminated from the World Cup Brazil 2014. Ecuador needed this victory against the French because Switzerland won Honduras 3-0 and classified to second round by score....
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Princess Cristina is imputed by two tax offenses

Princess Cristina, sister of King Philip VI, was charged today by a Spanish judge for two tax offenses and money laundering. Her husband is also facing seven charges in an investigation for alleged corruption. Judge Jose Castro issued today a writ in the city of Palma de...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Anconcito will inaugurate its new fishing port

The Anconcito parish will have its new fishing harbor, this work would benefit about 1,500 fishermen. Artisans met Sunday morning with Julio Alvarez, Manager of Fisheries Infrastructures of Ecuador – Public Enterprise (IPE-EP), for details on how to operate and provide...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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AP adds to the 17 changes in the Constitution an “amendment”

The “amendment” to the transitional provision of the Constitution, which refers to the time to integrate the regions, adds to the 17 articles changes that Assemblymen of Alianza PAÍS (AP) will submitt as draft amendments to the Constitutional Court (CC) next Thursday....
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Exports to Peru fall to 25.7%

Exports from Ecuador to Peru fell by 25.7%. According to statistics from the Central Bank of Ecuador (BCE for its Spanish acronym) of $ 751 million sold from January to April last year, at the present time, this country sent $ 558 million in products. This could be partly due to...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Cairo Subway suffers attacks with explosive devices

Cairo has been the victim of an attack this Wednesday on three subway stations, amid the suppression by the authorities against the Islamist opposition in Egypt. Four small bombs have exploded leaving at least four people injured according to the police and rescue officials....
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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U.S. Department of State would help Sudanese woman to leave the country

The State Department of the United States is in conversations with the government of Sudan to ensure that Meriam Ibrahim, 27,  who has been sentenced to hang for renouncing Islam and later released, leaves the country safely, according to BBC World News. Ibrahim was arrested...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Repression in Venezuela leaves at least 20 injured

On Tuesday in the city of Valencia during a peaceful march by university members and opponents to the government of Nicolas Maduro, at least 20 protesters were injured by buckshot firing and several others were suffocated by tear gas, by members of the Carabobo Police and the...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Mery Zamora case will be received by the IACHR

Mery Zamora’s defense is working to prevent the failure´s revocation that acquitted her to provide documentation on this process to human rights organizations such as the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). This, in relation to the appeal presented yesterday...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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Indigenous march continues towards Azogues

The march against the Water Law, organized by indigenous groups, walked yesterday through Cuenca and plans to reach Azogues today. This fourth day of walking has been carried out with rituals, dances and music.  Humberto Cordero, the Governor of Azuay, said that among the...
Posted On 25 Jun 2014
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