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Mexican Embassy in Quito Offers Shelter to Ecuador Opposition Lawmaker Rivadeneira - Report
Reuters › 1 day ago
Mexico's embassy in Quito has offered protection and shelter to Ecuador opposition legislator Gabriela Rivadeneira, Mexico's foreign ministry said in a statement on Saturday.
Washington Times › 5 days ago
The city of Boise has closed a day-shelter for homeless families and plans on moving some of the funding to Interfaith Sanctuary Shelter, which will begin offering day-shelter services seven days a week later this month.
One America News Network › 10 hours ago
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador's military announced it was partially lifting a curfew on the highland capital of Quito until 8 p.m.
CNN › 3 weeks ago
Kansas resident Scott Poore moved into a shelter to help a loving dog get adopted. Poore also works at the shelter and oversees "Mission Driven," a clothing brand that brings awareness to shelter pets.
USA Today › 5 days ago
Violent protests in Ecuador cause government to flee Quito
One America News Network › 3 days ago
By Alexandra Valencia and Carlos Rawlins QUITO (Reuters) - At least one indigenous protester was killed in unrest in Ecuador's capital Quito amid protests that were expected to continue for an eighth
One America News Network › 2 days ago
By Carlos Garcia Rawlins and Alexandra Valencia QUITO (Reuters) - Indigenous tribe representatives from the Amazon in Ecuador joined an anti-austerity demonstration in Quito on Friday, as hopes for
Reuters › 10 hours ago
Ecuador's military announced it was partially lifting a curfew on the highland capital of Quito until 8 p.m. Sunday (0100 GMT Monday) but said it would continue to restrict movement in parts of the city's northern district.
RT › 9 hours ago
Anti-austerity protesters are burning fires and building barricades in the city of Quito despite Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno imposing, and then delaying a curfew, while sending the military to deal with the unrest. Read Full Article at RT.com
Reuters › 1 day ago
Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno announced a military-enforced curfew starting in Quito and the surrounding valleys that started at 3 p.m. (2000 GMT) as the highland capital was rocked by unrest triggered by opposition to his austerity plan.