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RT › 1 day ago
Ecuador's public television provider, the National Telecommunications Corporation, has cut off its broadcast of RT Spanish. The move comes weeks after Ecuador’s interior minister complained about RT covering local protests. Read Full Article at
Sputnik International › Opinions › 2 days ago
In recent years, the public has mainly heard of high-profile political crises in Latin America: a series of corruption scandals and resignations in Brazil, the dramatic fate of former President of Ecuador Rafael Correa after his successor Lenin Moreno...
Sputnik International › Opinions › 1 week ago
While President of Ecuador Lenin Moreno seemingly found the way out of an October crisis, a new standoff between the government and Ecuadorians is around the corner, says Brazilian academic Fabio Sobral, stressing that Moreno has largely lost popular...
OZY › 1 week ago
Indigenous communities are demanding that their environmental concerns be heard.
The New York Times › 2 weeks ago
Cuba's foreign minister says the island nation has had no role in promoting popular unrest across Latin America but supports the protesters' goals.
Sputnik International › 2 weeks ago
QUITO (Sputnik) – As many as 10 people were killed and 1,340 more injured during 12 days of protests in Ecuador, the Ecuadorian ombudsman’s office said.
Sputnik International › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
Chilean protesters took to the streets in unprecedented numbers over the weekend, rocking the Piñera administration to its core, eliciting both concessions and also heavy repression from the government. A journalist told Sputnik the protests resonated...
OZY › 2 weeks ago
Economic mismanagement is bringing down the region's leaders — left and right.
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
From Chile to Haiti to Ecuador to Bolivia, the countries hit by fiery protests in recent weeks have lived through often-dizzying commodity-driven growth in the first decade of this century, followed in most cases by a slump
Breitbart › 3 weeks ago
Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno called Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro an "ass" in remarks Monday after Maduro called him an "idiot."
BBC News › 3 weeks ago
People are protesting around the world, from Lebanon to Chile. What do they have in common?
Breitbart › 3 weeks ago
Diosdado Cabello, a U.S.-sanctioned drug trafficker, took credit for the violent riots in Ecuador and Chile this month.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared in a London court on Monday for a hearing on whether he should be extradited to the United States to face spying charges.
ABC News › Finance › 0 month ago
Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno is proposing new economic reforms to help stabilize the nation's finances following recent political upheaval
Sputnik International › 0 month ago
Sputnik's weekly photo gallery presents a selection of pictures that capture the most significant and eye-catching events that happened across the globe during the past seven days.
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
Lesson from global social movements; Dems debate once again; Voices from Palestinian Political Prisoners
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Garland Nixon, co-host of Fault Lines on Sputnik News Radio.
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno dismissed Chief of General Staff Roque Moreira and Army Commander Javier Perez amid demands of the pro-fuel subsidies rally leaders to hold the country's highest military officials accountable...
Sputnik International › Opinions › 1 month ago
Approved by Washington, Quito’s decision to roll back austerity cuts to fuel subsidies in the wake of massive protests led by indigenous people could be an attempt to do nothing more than weaken a growing revolutionary movement in Ecuador, an expert...
ABC News › 1 month ago
Three lawmakers aligned with former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa have taken refuge in the Mexican Embassy in Quito amid the country's subsiding upheaval
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