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Ecuador President Rafael Correa Seeks Law Allowing Perpetual Re-Election - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalEcuador President Rafael Correa Seeks Law Allowing Perpetual Re-ElectionWall Street JournalQUITO, Ecuador?President Rafael Correa, in speeches and televised interviews, assures followers he'd like nothing more than to step aside when his current term ends. "The easiest thing would be for me to retire in 2017 as one of the best presidents in ...

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Says He'll Soon Leave Ecuador Embassy - Wall Street Journal

BBC NewsWikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Says He'll Soon Leave Ecuador EmbassyWall Street JournalBritain, which has kept police stationed at the embassy round the clock since Ecuador granted Mr. Assange political asylum in 2012, said it remained committed to extraditing the 43-year-old Australian activist to Sweden to face questioning in a sexual ...Julian Assange speaks of 'leaving' Ecuador embassyBBC NewsJulian Assange has had his human rights violated, says Ecuador foreign ministerThe GuardianWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave Ecuador embassyTelegraph.co.ukFox News -Voice of Americaall 783 news articles »

Ecuador's game with Assange and free speech - Deutsche Welle

InterAksyonEcuador's game with Assange and free speechDeutsche WelleAt the beginning of September, Weck plans to shut down the foundation's office in Ecuador after more than 50 years. The reason: Since 2011, Ecuador has reserved the right not only to examine political foundations and NGOs' annual plans but also to ...UK could end Assange row soon - EcuadorNews24Ecuador president confirms Assange asylumInterAksyonall 139 news articles »

The Chevron Oil Pollution Case and the Limits of the US Courts - Businessweek

BusinessweekThe Chevron Oil Pollution Case and the Limits of the US CourtsBusinessweekA new Kindle (AMZN) e-book uses the Chevron (CVX) oil pollution case in Ecuador to raise important questions about the reach of U.S. courts in human rights cases. Michael Goldhaber, ?The Global Lawyer? columnist for The American Lawyer, argues that the ...

Ecuador Rising: Dawn of a New Gold Rush - MarketWatch

Ecuador Rising: Dawn of a New Gold RushMarketWatchVancouver, BC / August 20, 2014 / The Ecuadorian government has announced plans to abolish the windfall tax which torpedoed Kinross Gold's Fruta del Norte gold project. Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, recently stated on national radio that changes ...and more »

'Machete' espionage campaign targets orgs in Venezuela, Ecuador - SC Magazine

Help Net Security'Machete' espionage campaign targets orgs in Venezuela, EcuadorSC MagazineAn attack campaign, dubbed ?Machete,? has primarily targeted Spanish speaking victims in Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia, security firm Kaspersky revealed. In a Wednesday blog post, researchers said they discovered the threat when a client found ...Ecuador is One of the Victims of a Cyber Espionage CampaignRadio Cadena Agramonetall 11 news articles »

AP PHOTOS: Ecuador picks its best pork roaster - Fort Worth Star Telegram

AP PHOTOS: Ecuador picks its best pork roasterFort Worth Star TelegramRIOBAMBA, Ecuador ? Thousands of Ecuadoreans crowded into a city park Monday to watch experts decide an issue of overriding national importance ? who makes the country's best roasted pork. It's among the Andean nation's most popular dishes, and ...

S&P raises long term ratings on Ecuador to B-plus - Reuters

S&P raises long term ratings on Ecuador to B-plusReutersAug 20 (Reuters) - Ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Wednesday raised its long-term sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Ecuador to B-plus from B. The ratings agency affirmed the B short-term issuer credit ratings on Ecuador and raised the ...Ecuador Raised to B+ at S&P on Improved Financing, LiquidityBusinessweekall 3 news articles »

Ecuador Seeks To Build A Silicon Valley Of Its Own - NPR

Ecuador Seeks To Build A Silicon Valley Of Its OwnNPRJOHN OTIS, BYLINE: Near the snow-capped Andean peaks of Northern Ecuador workers are constructing a brand-new city from scratch. Plans for this 12,000 acre site include a science and technology park and a world-class research university. There will ...

The WSJ's Editorial Posing as "News" about Ecuador - OpEdNews

OpEdNewsThe WSJ's Editorial Posing as "News" about EcuadorOpEdNewsGreetings from Bogota where I'm participating in an economic conference and teaching two class sessions. Under the banner "Latin America News" the Wall Street Journal has poured out its pain that the people of Ecuador might reelect President Rafael ...LatAm losing fear of legalizing drugs: Ecuador presidentYahoo!7 NewsEcuador President Rafael Correa 'Was Always Against Re-Election' But Seeks ...Latin Postall 10 news articles »





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