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Sally Seward · March, 2013

Sally is a Spanish to English translator from Colorado, USA. She has lived in Spain and Egypt, and currently resides in Quito, Ecuador. She loves everything that has to do with language and culture and loves being able to make stories from the Spanish-speaking world available in English!

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Latest posts by Sally Seward from March, 2013

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Europe for the People, Not the Markets

  29 March 2013

From March 11 to 17 European citizens organized a week of protests against austerity measures imposed on the countries of the European Union, know as the European Counter Summit. People from different countries have protested in the streets and commented on the events through Twitter under the tag #EuropeanSpring.

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Close of Google Reader: Google's Dark Side?

  23 March 2013

Last week Google announced that on July 1, 2013, it will close its RSS feed reader service, known as Google Reader. Spanish-speaking users analyze what the closing of this service means for the company and for the users.

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Ecuador: One Year Since the Detainment of ‘The 10 from Luluncoto’

  11 March 2013

It has been a year since "the 10 from Luluncoto" were detained, citizens accused of attempted terrorism. Various demonstrations have taken place outside the Inca women's prison, and they are awaiting the liberation of two of the detainees that have already spent a year in prison: Abigaíl Heras and Cristina Campaña.

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