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Cotopaxi Keeps Rumbling as Ecuador Prepares for Eruption - Wired

WiredCotopaxi Keeps Rumbling as Ecuador Prepares for EruptionWiredMeanwhile, Tungurahua, one of Ecuador's other active volcanoes, is also erupting. The latest report from IG-EPN lists ash plumes reaching 2 kilometers over the volcano from a series of small explosions with constant tremor. You can check out webcams ...The right to protest in Ecuador is absolutely grantedThe GuardianEcuador's President Says Country Now Producing Oil at a LossABC NewsEcuador's president: With low price, oil costs more to produce than it earnsFox News Latinoall 61 news articles »

Sweden and Ecuador to begin Julian Assange talks next week - The Guardian

The GuardianSweden and Ecuador to begin Julian Assange talks next weekThe GuardianSweden initially rejected a demand by Ecuador that the two countries establish a formal agreement on judicial cooperation before Swedish prosecutors could interrogate the WikiLeaks founder in Ecuador's embassy in London, saying it did not negotiate ...Sweden to meet Ecuador officials Monday over AssangeYahoo NewsJulian Assange fears he'll be assassinated if he leaves the Ecuadorian embassyThe IndependentSweden and Ecuador set to launch Assange talksThe Local.seEconomic Timesall 77 news articles »

Survey: Ecuador Best Country for Expats - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportSurvey: Ecuador Best Country for ExpatsU.S. News & World ReportEcuador is the best country for expats for the second year in a row, according to a survey by InterNations, a global social network for expats. The survey asked more than 14,000 expatriates -- from the study abroad student to the worker on assignment ...and more »

Colombians who flee to Ecuador face discrimination, and fear remains - National Catholic Reporter

National Catholic ReporterColombians who flee to Ecuador face discrimination, and fear remainsNational Catholic ReporterUnlike Leon and Barrera, most Colombians who flee to Ecuador make the journey overland. Last year, Ecuador beefed up its military presence along the border, where there are 75 known points where contraband -- including smuggled people -- crosses into ...

Environmentalists Under Siege in Ecuador - Human Rights Watch

Human Rights WatchEnvironmentalists Under Siege in EcuadorHuman Rights WatchDuring his visit to Ecuador last month, Pope Francis delivered a speech on environmental stewardship and urged the administration of President Rafael Correa to ?open spaces for dialogue? on how to manage the country's resources. The 4,000-square-mile ...and more »

Exquisite Ecuador promotes its fine foods to Australian importers - ABC Online

ABC OnlineExquisite Ecuador promotes its fine foods to Australian importersABC OnlineEcuador, the tiny Latin American country that boasts fine cocoa and quinoa, is trying to sell more specialty produce to Australia. Food exports from Ecuador to Australia are worth just $21 million this year, but are growing at almost 10 per cent a year.

Plunging Oil, Street Protests, El Nino. Add in a Flaring Volcano - Bloomberg

BloombergPlunging Oil, Street Protests, El Nino. Add in a Flaring VolcanoBloombergAs emerging markets come unhinged around the world, few nations face tougher challenges than Ecuador, a dollarized oil producer in El Nino's path, where street protests are flaring up alongside one of the planet's most dangerous volcanoes. With crude ...Bodies found on Ecuador volcano could be French climbersBBC NewsExplainer: What's Behind Ecuador's 2015 Protests?AS/COA OnlineAftermath of Cotopaxi volcano eruption in EcuadorBaltimore (blog) -teleSUR Englishall 76 news articles »

Ecuador Reveals the Pain Inside OPEC: It's Pumping Oil at a Loss - Bloomberg

Times LIVEEcuador Reveals the Pain Inside OPEC: It's Pumping Oil at a LossBloombergEcuador has revealed the financial stress inside OPEC created by low oil prices, becoming the first member of the group to say it's pumping at a loss. President Rafael Correa said on Tuesday that the South American nation is receiving as little as $30 ...Ecuador reveals financial stress inside OPECWorldOil (subscription)all 259 news articles »

Ecuador Protests: Correa's Oil Crisis, Policies Could Spell End Of Latin ... - International Business Times

International Business TimesEcuador Protests: Correa's Oil Crisis, Policies Could Spell End Of Latin ...International Business TimesA vast array of disparate groups, including indigenous communities, medical associations, teachers' unions, senior citizens and business owners, have all come out in full force across Ecuador in recent weeks to put their discontent on display, marching ...Ecuador president's bid for fourth term faces growing oppositionLos Angeles TimesIndigenous protesters chase off police in Ecuador townYahoo NewsConnecting the Dots in Ecuador: Under ? and On Top of ? the -teleSUR Englishall 76 news articles »

Ecuadorian Volcano Threatens 325000 - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportEcuadorian Volcano Threatens 325000U.S. News & World ReportAn active volcano in Ecuador, named Cotopaxi, could potentially threaten 325,000 people. President Rafael Correa declared a state of emergency in the wake of the volcanic activity. While Cotopaxi's last major eruption was in 1877, according to BBC ...Ecuador's Cotopaxi volcano may threaten 325000 peopleBBC NewsWhy is Ecuador censoring coverage of volcano's activity?Reporters without borders (press release)Ecuador's Cotopaxi volcano could threaten up to 325000 if it eruptsCBC.caCTV News -International Business Timesall 133 news articles »

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