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Ecuador govt., protesters agree to end deadly unrest
Ecuador's president and indigenous leaders reached an agreement Sunday to end nearly two weeks of violent protests against austerity measures adopted to obtain a multi-billion-dollar loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
At least one protester killed in Ecuador in anti-austerity march
At least one indigenous protester was killed in unrest in Ecuador's capital Quito amid protests that were expected to continue for an eighth day on Thursday against President Lenin Moreno's austerity measures.
Ecuador national strike raises pressure on defiant Moreno
Indigenous-led protesters began a national strike in Ecuador on Wednesday after President Lenin Moreno refused to step down or overturn anti-austerity measures that have triggered the worst unrest in a decade.
Facing protesters’ wrath, Ecuador government relocates out of capital
Ecuador’s president says he has moved his government from the capital, Quito, to the coastal city of Guayaquil, as angry protesters converge on the capital city to rebuke him over rising fuel prices.
Ecuador ‘open’ to foreign mediation to end protests
Ecuador’s government said on Tuesday it would be open to international mediation via the United Nations or the Catholic Church on a sixth day of violent anti-austerity protests, which it said had led to 570 arrests.
Ecuador unions call off anti-austerity protests over mass arrests
Ecuador’s transport unions on Friday called off protests against the scrapping of fuel subsidies by President Lenin Moreno after two days of unrest that halted transport nationwide and resulted in almost 370 arrests.
Fuel protests continue in Ecuador, 275 people arrested
Protests over fuel subsidy cuts paralyzed transportation in major Ecuadorean cities again, a day after unrest in which 275 people were arrested and 28 police officers were injured, the government says.
Water or Gold? Eternal question nags Ecuador tribes
The indigenous people of Ecuador's wind-whipped alpine tundra of Quimsacocha face a stark choice, according to their leader, Yaku Perez.
Ecuador protesters slam deal for US military presence in Galapagos Islands
Scores of Ecuadorians have staged a protest rally outside the main government building in the nation’s capital of Quito to oppose a decision to let American military forces use an airstrip on the Galapagos Islands.
Ecuador hand over Assange’s possessions to US
The Ecuadorian government has decided to hand over some of the belongings of the Australian press freedom activist Julian Assange to the United States more than a month after he was arrested in the country’s embassy in the British capital London.
Assange held in UK jail ahead of long legal fight
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange woke up in a British jail Friday at the start of a likely lengthy extradition battle after a dramatic end to his seven-year stay in Ecuador's Embassy in London.
Nowruz celebrated in Ecuador
Nowruz celebration was held with the attendance of Iranian nationals and Ecuadorian people in Quito.
Ecuador expels Venezuela ambassador after official says Moreno lied
Ecuador expelled Venezuela's ambassador to Quito on Thursday after a Venezuelan government minister called Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno a liar, and Venezuela reciprocated by ordering Ecuador's top diplomat to go home.
New species of hummingbird identified in Ecuador
A team of ornithologists in Ecuador has identified a new species of hummingbird: A lovely blue-green creature that lives in a cold, barren highland area and is danger of extinction.
Iran, Ecuador eye increased academic coop.
Officials of Central University of Ecuador and Tehran University met on Sunday in Tehran to discuss ways to enhance bilateral cooperation.

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