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Formula One Youngest Driver

London, England (CNN) – Driving a Formula One car is an unlikely dream of many teenagers. This is not the case of 16-year-old Nabil Jeffri a Malaysian test driver in Formula One history when he drove a Lotus T127 on runway at the United Kingdom Imperial Museum in Duxford,...
Posted On 21 Sep 2010
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Zamora Miners Require Organization from Government

Salvador Quishpe, Zamora Chinchipe, said the mining sector has been demanding a census for a long time because a big part of this sector hasn’t been considered. Therefore authorities request that the Government specify who is to be legalized. Quishpe blamed the Ministry for...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Resignation Purchase With Bonuses Will Take 18 Months

A Transitory Disposition from the Presidency included in the project of Public Service Bill allows the Obligatory Resignation Purchase to State Employees in order to reduce burocracy. The possibility to pay these liquidations with State Bonuses has generated critics, especially...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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5,2 Earthquake Strikes Chile With No Victims Reported Yet

A 5,2 earthquake shaked four regions in the Center of Chile, withouth causing major damages or victims, authorities informed today. According to Instituto Sismológico from Universidad de Chile, at 01:42 local time (05:42 GMT) the grounds shake with an epicenter located under the...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Prefect From Zamora Rejects the Label Given to “Illegal” Miners

“If they say miners from our province [Zamora Chinchipe] are not registered, then start the prosecution processes to those who did not apply the Mines Bill. One of the statements on it ios the cense for people who have been working for two years on that labor”...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Repatriation of Officer’s Body Still on Hold

Her family and friends describe her as a “go getter”, a woman full of strength. María Augusta Álvarez Zapata, the first female marine officer, passed away last Friday during a skydiving practice in Valparaíso, Chile. Officer’s death occurred during a private skydiving lesson...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Proposal to Recall a President starts Wednesday

The amount of signatures to revoke the President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, begins this Wednesday, Carlos Vera, said. This proposal is growing everywhere according him. The signatures will be collected Quito and Guayaquil, and he expects two weeks to complete a first tour 24...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Sports And Joy On the II Olympic Games of Industrial Molinera

This past Saturday, September 18, nearly 15 teams from some companies showed up at the sportsfields of Industrial Molinera with their uniforms, team queens, children, banners, stilt dancers and even pets; in order to celebrate the Second Year in a row of the Olympic Games of the...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Attack on FARC Leaves 22 Dead

EFE | BOGOTÁ, Colombia The biggest military operative lead by the Colombian Army against the FARC left 22 dead rebel soldiers. The event took place near the border with Ecuador. According to the report of the Colombian government. Sixto Antonio Cabañas a.k.a “Domingo Biojó” and...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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Ipad 2 Coming in 2011

Many digital screen and reinforced glass providers are talking to apple about the supplies approval for the second generation of the 9,7 inch iPad. According to Digitimes, Apple providers expect to send the components for the new iPad 2 during 2011 first period. The features of...
Posted On 20 Sep 2010
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