Volume 4, Issue 2
August 11, 2019
Guns do kill people, so stop the hyperbole

Guns do kill people, so stop the hyperbole

This past week saw more gun violence in the US, with horrendous mass shootings in Texas and Ohio. Right now, it’s easy to blame President Trump for this; his continual use of rhetoric and what many of us consider hateful and racist speech certainly has some impact on...

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CRIME REPORT AND ACCIDENT REPORT

Cuenca Area Traffic Accidents A motorcycle crash on Monday took the life of Edwin Geovanny Huerta Sangurima, 18. Family members reported that the accident occurred around 3:00AM on the road to Barabón. They said that the motorcycle was driven by a cousin of Edwin...

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Kidney disease continues to be a serious problem in Cuenca

Kidney disease continues to be a serious problem in Cuenca

There are currently 2,468 dialysis patients in the records of the Jose Carrasco Arteaga IESS Hospital in Cuenca. The head physicians of the Nephrology area of the hospital are worried about that number because most people come to seek attention for this kidney disease...

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Chinese cars slowly taking larger market share

Chinese cars slowly taking larger market share

According to data from the Association of Automotive Companies of Ecuador (AEADE), cars from China (like Chery, Great Wall and JAC) are now the third most sold brands in the country, after Korean cars (like Hyundai, Kia and Daewoo) and national vehicles (cars...

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First Wingo flight from the Colombian arrives in Guayaquil

First Wingo flight from the Colombian arrives in Guayaquil

Last Saturday, the low-cost airline Wingo carried Colombian and Ecuadorian tourists to Guayaquil for the first time. The air route was from Bogota to Guayaquil and back. The traditional inauguration ceremonies were performed, with the airplane being received with a...

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