• VILCA SACHA Artesanias de Balsa Puyo Ecuador Since 1980 exporting to the world: Aretsanías Ecuatorianas made by indigenous and mestizo hands
VILCA SACHA Artesanias de Balsa Puyo Ecuador Since 1980 exporting to the world: Aretsanías Ecuatorianas made by indigenous and mestizo hands

The vision, way of life, culture and traditions of our land are reflected in our crafts. Our products are highly guaranteed both for quality and for variety, our work is done entirely by hand with our own materials. The vision, way of life, culture and traditions of our earth are shaped in our artisan works. Our products are highly ...

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  • Tagua (seed) - WikiVisually
Tagua (seed) - WikiVisually

It is used and marketed internationally, Mainly to make buttons and also artistic or decorative figures and ornaments. The Emberá and Wounaan natives work this seed, making handicrafts of a great beauty and finish, for which they are much admired.

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  • Specialists in eco-tourist tours | Eco Jungle Cruises
Specialists in eco-tourist tours | Eco Jungle Cruises

Juveniles (up to one year old) have a totally carnivorous diet, while adults include in their diet some seeds, flowers and fruits. Martinete cabecipinto (Nyctanassa violácea) Especially along rivers. And captures them when submerging. It takes its prey on its legs to a perch, commonly a high trunk, and there it is eaten. Water duck (Phalacr...

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  • Juana la Loca Net Zine - Newspaper Art Email
Juana la Loca Net Zine - Newspaper Art Email

We talked to her about her current project, her life and other things. 2007 can be a very important year for Blue. "Blue Island" is a series of photographs that I am currently working on, to date I have made images in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Mexico City, Oaxaca, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, and on several highways.

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  • The land and the shadow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The land and the shadow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the 10th film produced by the Colombian producer Burning Blue, which was presented for the fourth time in a row at the Cannes Film Festival, being the spearhead of the internationalization of Colombian cinema. But although this makes him susceptible to his memories, Alfonso must face that he returns as a stranger, because his family long ag...

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  • Any on Radio, with CJ Carballo - BLOG
Any on Radio, with CJ Carballo - BLOG

Get him. There you have it to Tom Sharpe: he is alive and he was born in London. March 30, 1928, someone writes in the records. His father is a British priest whom the Jews evidently do not like very well because, with the arrival of Hitler to power, he abandoned nationalism to become purely Nazi.

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  • Northeast Ohio animal rescues poised to assist shelters impacted by Hurricane Harvey
Northeast Ohio animal rescues poised to assist shelters impacted by Hurricane Harvey

The storm, which the National Weather Service says brought more than 25 inches to portions of southeast Texas since Thursday night, has already had deadly consequences. Speed said the shelter has the capacity and is on standby to help out. Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in Ashville, N.C., has been working feverishly on a mass rescue of four coastal a...

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  • South Asia monsoon flooding kills 1200, displaces millions
South Asia monsoon flooding kills 1200, displaces millions

On top of the devastation from Hurricane Harvey that resulted in at least 30 deaths in the USA, floods in other areas of the world have taken more than a thousand lives in Sierra Leone and South Asia . This is what the floods have done to millions across Nepal , Bangladesh, and India . About a third of Bangladesh is believed to be underwater and...

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  • Iraq's Kirkuk votes to take part in Kurdish independence referendum
Iraq's Kirkuk votes to take part in Kurdish independence referendum

Only 24 of the Kirkuk provincial council's 41 members attended Tuesday's vote, with 23 voting in favor of joining the referendum. He stressed that "the Turkmen will resort to the judiciary to veto the List's decision as we did in the decision to raise the Kurdish region's flag in the province".

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  • Top cop arrested in custodial death case in Himachal Pradesh
Top cop arrested in custodial death case in Himachal Pradesh

A top Himachal Pradesh police officer was among the 8 policemen arrested today for the death of an accused caught for rape of a school girl in July this year. The autopsy report mentioned injuries on the girl's body. According to The Indian Express, highly placed CBI sources said the forensic evidence, post-mortem report and statement of the ni...

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  • Mom dies in Harvey floodwaters while saving her infant daughter
Mom dies in Harvey floodwaters while saving her infant daughter

Officers pulled the child and the mother into the boat. The mother was driving on the I-10 service road when the water reached high levels. Beaumont fire-rescue Capt. 'They were in the water for quite some time. Officers revealed the woman's young child was found clinging to her body when they discovered the pair.

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  • Harvey promises rain for Charlotte area
Harvey promises rain for Charlotte area

Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with a better chance for rain and storms. The forecast for Newton for Saturday , Sunday and Monday show a 40-60 percent chance of rain for Saturday through Sunday , clearing out to mostly sunny for Monday with a high temperature of 80 degrees.

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  • Party Insiders Revolt As Alex Rowley Crowned Interim Scottish Labour Leader
Party Insiders Revolt As Alex Rowley Crowned Interim Scottish Labour Leader

Ms Dugdale will continue as an MSP for the Lothian region, with deputy leader Alex Rowley set to take charge of the party in Scotland until her successor is found. "It's not something I recognise", he said. Party chiefs will meet on Saturday September 9 to thrash out a timetable for the leadership race, but Unite, the most powerful union in t...

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  • Flooding in Houston Brings Out Floating Islands of Fire Ants
Flooding in Houston Brings Out Floating Islands of Fire Ants

Even if they're awful little ankle-biters. Linda Biu, an entomologist from Louisiana State University, recalled seeing victims of Hurricane Katrina coming into the hospitals with unexplainable rashes, which was later discovered to be hundreds and hundreds of fire ant stings.

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  • North Korea: Theresa May urges China to intervene
North Korea: Theresa May urges China to intervene

But Japan is also an important destination for British investment. However, shadow Secretary of State for International Trade Barry Gardiner said Japan had been clear that any future trade agreement will only be possible once the terms of the UK's future relationship with the European Union has itself been clarified - with talks on the matter y...

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  • The Comcast Corporation (CMCSA) Expected to Announce Quarterly Sales of $21.16 Billion
The Comcast Corporation (CMCSA) Expected to Announce Quarterly Sales of $21.16 Billion

Osterweis Capital Management Inc owns 3.02 million shares or 2.72% of their United States portfolio. It has a 23.49 P/E ratio. The Firm operates through four publishing divisions: Adult, Children's & Educational, Academic & Professional, and Information.

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  • US Test Successfully Intercepts Ballistic Missile
US Test Successfully Intercepts Ballistic Missile

It was the third time a North Korean missile overflew one of Japan's four main islands - with previous tests in 1998 and 2009. Earlier this week, an intermediate-range missile, identified by the North Koreans as a Hwasong-12, was sacked over Japan.

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  • Wrestling icon Ric Flair says he'll 'be back'
Wrestling icon Ric Flair says he'll 'be back'

Ten days ago, representative Melina Morris Zanoni sent a series of tweets explaining that things were looking up for " The Nature Boy " despite him not being declared out of the woods at that time. But she said she wouldn't be back if she didn't feel like it was safe to be away from his side. However, she put wrestling fans on alert August 13 wit...

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  • Israeli prime minister says no withdrawal from settlements
Israeli prime minister says no withdrawal from settlements

Meanwhile, on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that none of the settlements built in the occupied West Bank would be evacuated. Among the major sticking points in those negotiations was Israel's continued settlement expansion on Palestinian territories. Tel Aviv has waged three wars on the coastal enclave since 2008, inclu...

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  • Lebanon army declares border ceasefire to negotiate deal with 'Islamic State'
Lebanon army declares border ceasefire to negotiate deal with 'Islamic State'

Syrian state television showed the departure of the jihadists under Syrian military escort on Monday. Syrian army and Hezbollah, too, announced a ceasefire in Syria's west Qalamoun border region, Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV reported Sunday.

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