Volume 4, Issue 11
October 13, 2019
Revolution is not an adventure

Revolution is not an adventure

Some of you know my background well enough to know that I have a Masters in English. Like a lot of English majors, I had a fascination with Hemingway. Studying the way he wrote—his simple and direct way of writing without the elaborate prose of many of the writers of...

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New Governor of Azuay appointed during protests

New Governor of Azuay appointed during protests

Xavier Martínez has been appointed as the new Governor of Azuay. The executive decree of his appointment was published the on Thursday, October 3, 2019. President Lenin Moreno accepted the resignation of Oswaldo Larriva, who was in charge of the province since...

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Domestic gas reserves completely exhausted in Cuenca

Domestic gas reserves completely exhausted in Cuenca

Austrogas tank trucks that move gas for domestic use from the terminal of Chorrillos in the province of Guayas to Cuenca, have not been able to leave the loading station, generating a “total shortage” of the product in the city. This was reported on Tuesday by...

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CRIME AND ACCIDENT REPORT

*Note: This week we are including crimes that have happened throughout the country under the cover of the national protests Cuenca and National Criminal Activity (Cuenca) On Tuesday, police captured five subjects for allegedly starring in vandalism during social...

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Adacapia Autismo is changing lives one child at a time

Adacapia Autismo is changing lives one child at a time

“As you can see, I’ve got my hands full.” Those were the first words Veronica Peralta, the Founder and Executive Director of Adacapia Autismo said to me when we met to talk about her therapy center. She was referring to her 17-year-old autistic son Tommy. It was a...

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