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Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno said it was highly likely that three press workers kidnapped along the conflictive border with Colombia were killed and ... Both the Ecuadorean and Colombian governments have tried to limit the fallout from the kidnapping, with military officials in both countries denying the ...
QUITO, Ecuador - QUITO, Ecuador (AP) - Ecuador's president says 'highly likely' kidnapped journalists were killed, demands proof of life within 12 hours . Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Content Continues ...

Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno is returning home early from a regional summit amid unconfirmed reports that three news workers kidnapped along the border with Colombia have been slain. Colombia's RCN network said Thursday that it has handed over to authorities gruesome photos purporting to ...
In an official statement, the Ecuadorean government said it will verify the authenticity of the document's contents, requesting "responsibility and prudence" from the media and public. Ecuador's Interior Minister Cesar Navas also denied any government operation in Esmeralda: "We deny that part of our ...
"Mr. President Lenin, our lives are in your hands," said one of the captive journalists, Javier Ortega (31), addressing the Ecuadorian president to inform him of the conditions demanded by his captors. "They only want the exchange of their three detainees in Ecuador for our lives, for our three lives, to go safe ...
LONDON — You can call the Ecuadorian government's disconnection of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's internet connection and ban on contact ... Happier times: Ecuador's then-President Rafael Correa, left; President-elect Lenin Moreno, center; and then-Vice President elect Jorge Glas pose for a ...

Three Ecuadorean journalists kidnapped on the Colombian border last week are alive and "doing well," Ecuador's Interior Minister Cesar Navas said on ... driver to discuss the ongoing negotiations between federal officials and former guerrilla group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Interior Minister Cesar Navas said the journalists and their driver disappeared after passing through an Ecuadorean military checkpoint and being warned of the dangerous conditions ahead. The El Comercio news team was taken captive Monday morning and later transported to Colombia, officials said.
(New York) – The government of former President Rafael Correa abused the criminal justice system to target indigenous leaders and environmentalists who protested mining and oil exploration in the Amazon, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The groups are operating more freely under ...
According to the official taxi cooperative, local taxi businesses have seen a reduction in ridership of at least 40 percent. Carlos Brunis, president of the Union of Cooperatives de Taxis de Pichincha, told El Commercio, the Ecuadorean daily, that the demonstration aims to bring to light the concerns of local ...

[JURIST] Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Monday released a report [HRW website] alleging that former Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa [BBC profile] abused the criminal justice system to target indigenous leaders and environmentalists who protested mining and oil exploration in the Amazon.
QUITO: Twelve people were killed and another 25 were injured on Saturday when the bus they were travelling in careened off a road in a coastal region of western Ecuador, officials said. "So far there are 25 injured...and 12 people died as a result of the traffic accident," a rescue agency said in a statement.
Ex-Ecuadorian President and RT show host Rafael Correa sits down with prominent Spanish judge and WikiLeaks lawyer Baltasar Garzon. ... Following in the footsteps of former First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond, the outspoken Rafael Correa is set to become the latest top-tier politician to host a ...
Twelve people were killed and another 25 were injured on Saturday when the bus they were traveling in careened off a road in a coastal region of western Ecuador, officials said. "So far there are 25 injured... and 12 people died as a result of the traffic accident," a rescue agency said in a statement.
Ecuador's new president, Lenin Moreno, took office in May 2017 with a pledge to uphold press freedom, declaring in his inauguration speech, “There ... not for the fact that Moreno served as vice president under Rafael Correa, who over the course of the previous decade laid waste to the Ecuadoran media.
An oil pipeline on the edge of the Yasuni national park near Coca, Ecuador. Photograph: Georg Ismar/dpa/Alamy. “Your government cannot permit that our rights continue to be violated,” Patricia Gualinga, an indigenous Kichwa from Sarayaku, told the president during the meeting. “Ecuador has to change ...
The Communist Party of Ecuador (PCE) has pledged its support for Venezuela and the May 20 elections, urging the Ecuadorean government and the ... In a statement signed by Secretary General Paul Almeida Pozo, the PCE also rejects "interventionist intention" in Venezuela and calls for the nation's ...
Quito, Feb 27 (Prensa Latina) Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno welcomed today, in a hearing, US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas ... The US Ambassador to Quito Todd Chapman and Ecuadorian Ambassador to Washington Francisco Carrion also participated in the meeting.
Talks between the UK and Ecuador over the future of Julian Assange at its London embassy have broken down, the South American country's foreign minister has said. Maria Fernanda Espinosa suggested British officials had been unwilling to negotiate over the Wikileaks founder's potential release.
4, 2018, in Quito, Ecuador, during a constitutional referendum called by President Lenin Moreno. (Dolores ... Moreno's oil minister, Carlos Perez, recently told the nation the shocking truth: that 97% of Ecuador's 2018 oil production, the country's leading export, is being shipped to Asia to reduce red ink.


 

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         gustavo noboa
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