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Free Approval of Foreign Degrees

It is not necessary to pay between $ 3,000 and $ 10,000 in order to have an approved foreign degree. The National Secretariat for College Education (Senescyt) shall attend the procedure. To accept the degree it will be a list of the world’s most prestigious universities. If...
Posted On 05 Jan 2011
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35 Have The H1N1 Virus

Juan Martín Moreira, National Director of Epidemiology in the Ministry of Health, informed that 35 from 467 samples taken randomly in public and private hospitals throughout the country (mostly in Pichincha and Imbabura); reported the H1N1 virus. Accord...
Posted On 05 Jan 2011
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No Mutation of H1N1 in Ecuador

Although there were 28 cases in the past two weeks, the technical director of the regional health undersecretary, Jhony Real (epidemiologist) affirmed there is no mutation of H1N1 in Ecuador. In 2010, there were 354 cases of H1N1 influenza, according to Real. Children aged...
Posted On 03 Jan 2011
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The First Solar Eclipse of 2011

The first solar eclipse of 2011, which will be only partial, will be seen on January 4 in Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Central Asia. The eclipse will begin at northern Algeria at 6:40 GMT, then it will moves to the east, allowing Europe and Asia to see how the two-thirds...
Posted On 02 Jan 2011
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Alvaro Noboa Received a Plaque for His 15 Years of Work in Molinera

Abogado Alvaro Noboa received on December 30 a plaque recognizing his 15 years of work at Industrial Molinera. The event was held at the company locations and his words of gratitude were: “First, I want to thank Industrial Molinera for the plaque that you are giving me,...
Posted On 31 Dec 2010
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Countries Celebrate the Arrival of 2011

The first settlement of the earth to receive the New Year was Christmas Island, located at 232 miles in the north of the equator line, in the Pacific Ocean. Then the 2011 arrived to other Pacific nations including New Zealand, Niue, Fiji, Tonga and Australia. Despite being at the...
Posted On 31 Dec 2010
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6 de Marzo Street Kept the Old Year Tradition

In Guayaquil, Ecuador, there is a tradition of over 50 years. Each December 31 thousands of families go out to the streets to burn a puppet called “viejo.” Children, parents, and young people put their puppet, wich have been feed with explosives, whistling, gratitude,...
Posted On 31 Dec 2010
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Irak, Pakistan, and Mexico are the Most Dangerous for Journalists

Reporters without Borders released today its annual report. The numbers of journalists killed has dropped 25% compared with 2009, however the numbers are alarming. In this year 57 journalists were killed doing their job and kidnappings have increased 55%. The three most violent...
Posted On 30 Dec 2010
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Alvaro Noboa Gave a New Year’s Speech

Succesful businessman Alvaro Noboa gave a new year’s speech in his office on Wednesday. He spoke to the main board of his companies and congratulated them for their efforts on 2010. He also talked about his plans for 2011 and announced that his two sons, Daniel and John...
Posted On 30 Dec 2010
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Religious Personalities Expressed Their Wishes for 2011

Pope Benedict XVI will give a Mass on January 10 for the World Day of Peace, there will also be unveil their predictions for 2011. “Religious freedom, the way to peace” is the message that Pope has been spreading for the occasion of the Mass, and through which he...
Posted On 30 Dec 2010
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