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Yasunidos bus has 72 hours to leave Ecuador

Cristian Andrés Rosendah, the driver of the Yasunidos bus, who was arrested by the National Customs Service of Ecuador (SENAE for its Spanish acronym), during its passage through Ecuador, has 72 hours to leave the country, according to a notification of Tuesday December 16. The...
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President Putin criticized Western countries and ensures that Russia will emerge from the crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin promised this Thursday that his country will emerge in two years from the strong economic crisis it experiences and accused Western countries of behaving like an “empire” that treats other nations as “vassals.” During a...
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USD 12 million will be allocated in 2015 to increase the ethanol production

In 2015, the sugar factory San Carlos and SODERAL plan to start a strategic alliance for $ 12 million to increase their production capacity of anhydrous alcohol 2.8 times more than what is currently produced, which is 7.2 million liters. “Additional areas of cane sugar will...
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FARC shall enter into indefinite period of unilateral ceasefire

The FARC yesterday announced a unilateral cease fire “for an indefinite period” in Colombia, which comes into force on December 20, as part of peace talks held for two years with the Colombian government. “We have resolved to declare a unilateral cessation of...
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The spread of Ebola decreases in Sierra Leone, according to the WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced yesterday that the death toll from the Ebola epidemic affecting Central Africa increased to 6,915 people from 18.603 cases in December 14. The organization added that there are signs that show that the incidence in Sierra Leone...
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US: Reestablishment of relations with Cuba is supported by Hillary Clinton

The Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said yesterday she supports Barack Obama’s decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba after more than half a century of hostile relations. “I support the decision of President Obama to change the course of policy...
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Import quotas for cellphones is extended until March

The Government decided to extend for three more months the quotas on imports for cellular phones, said yesterday the Minister of Production, Richard Espinosa. The authority did not comment on whether smartphones would be included in the decision. Those three months, said...
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Barcelona and Emelec tied 1-1, the new championwill be defined on Sunday

Barcelona and Emelec, tied 1-1 in the first national championship final before thousands of fans who came to the Monumental stadium to witness an unprecedented edition of the “Clasico del Astillero.” The goals of the match were scored by Angel Mena (19m) for Emelec...
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State Department of the United States would have provided aid to the Isaias family, according to The New York Times

The American newspaper The New York Times published yesterday a research involving the Isaías family, which also reveals details of the immigration status of Estefanía Isaías. The publication entitled “Ecuador Family Wins Favors After Donations to Democrats,” indicates that...
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Private insurance companies would pass the SOAT management to the State

Within the last changes to the Traffic Act, the work of private management companies of the of Mandatory Traffic Accident Insurance (SOAT for its Spanish acronym) is eliminated, the same that announced their willingness to an orderly transition. “The insurance industry is...
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