Ecuadorean Indigenous Group Announces Direct Talks With Moreno

The New York Times 2 days ago

QUITO — An indigenous group in Ecuador that has led massive protests to reinstate a fuel subsidy announced on Saturday that it has decided to hold direct talks with President Lenin Moreno, the first sign of a potential breakthrough in a dispute that has triggered more than a week of unrest.

Ecuador's capital Quito was rocked early on Saturday in a tenth day of clashes over Moreno's austerity plan, with police firing tear gas at protesters and access roads to the city's airport blocked.

(Reporting By Mitra Taj; Editing by Bill Berkrot)


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