Former Referee Byron Moreno Arrested for Drug Possession in the US

Former Ecuadorian Referee, Byron Moreno, has been arrested for drug possesion in a New York City airport. Moreno, who left his career as a referee and worked as a sportscaster in radio and TV, had six kilos of heroin on his underwear, the news at Televistazo in Ecuavisa reported...
Posted On 21 Sep 2010
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Posorja Builds a UFO Sighting Park

The City of Guayaquil is in charge of building Parque del Cosmos on the road to Posorja. The plan is to incorporate the astro-tourism in the region, which has seen the most of UFO sightings. This project was born over on 1983 with the help of the Ministry of Defense whose purpose...
Posted On 21 Sep 2010
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Ecuadorian Merchants Condemn Police Action in Madrid

An Ecuadorian merchants association in Madrid denouncement on Tuesday the irregular use of police force against a group of Ecuadorian in a Madrid´s park. The event took place in Lake of the Casa de Campo where every Sunday hundreds of Latin America immigrants gather to share with...
Posted On 21 Sep 2010
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Boy Kidnapped By Smugglers Gets Rescued

On April 11, 2010, Enma Corte, a woman from Sigsag village on the south of Azuay province, decided to migrate to the United States, along with her 9 year old son, and they did it ilegally through a smuggler. However, on May 4th, 2010, the woman was separated from her son by the...
Posted On 21 Sep 2010
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Two Novels Ecuadorian Candidates 2010 Planet Prize

509 novelists participe in the Planet Novel Prize, the best prize money of Hispanic letters, to be ruled on Oct. 15. Literary Works come from Argentina (25), Peru (18), Mexico (16), USA (14), Chile (12), Venezuela (9), Colombia (8), Bolivia (5), Costa Rica ( 4), Canada (3),...
Posted On 21 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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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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Alvaro Noboa Introduces The Art of “Light and Form”

Thanks to the continuous interest of businessman and entrepeneur Alvaro Noboa not only in the business encouragement but also in the expression of arts. Yesterday, September 15, an exposition took place at the Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum to display the outstanding works of art by...
Posted On 16 Sep 2010
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Raises on Travel Rates Causes Protests

RIOBAMBA – Social, educational and indigenous organizations along with several citizens protested in the city due to the raise on the bus travel rates. At least three provinces of the country express their contempt because of this new rate on the travel tickets. This increases...
Posted On 15 Sep 2010
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Alvaro Noboa Receives An Award

On Friday, September 10th 2010, a Solemn Ceremony took place in the Isabela Conference Room at one of the most important Hotels of the city, the Hilton Colón Hotel to celebrate 74 years of existence of the Guayaquil Chamber Of Industries. Important personalities and authorities...
Posted On 13 Sep 2010
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