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Ecuadorian Government Shuts Down Indigenous Advocate Organization
The Ecuadorian government shut down the non-profit Pachamama Foundation, which advocates on indigenous and environmental issues, on December 4...
US Denies Visas to Ecuadoreans Connected to $18B Chevron Case
The ongoing struggle in Ecuador’s fight with Chevron-Texaco added a new wrinkle to the story on September 20 when the United States denied visas to an Ecuadorian delegation that wa...
Plan to Drill in Yasuni National Park Divides Ecuadorians
Despite protests at home and abroad, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has moved quickly to consolidate support for his decision to drill oil wells in Yasuni National Park, in that...
Correa's Win in Ecuador Due to Financial Reform Policies
The successful re-election effort of Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa on February 17, where he received close to 58 percent of the vote in that majority indigenous country, came ...
New Bolivian Ambassador to Ecuador Is Indigenous Woman Leader
For the first time in history the new Bolivian Ambassador to Ecuador is an indigenous woman, Rusena Maribel Santamaria Mamani, a former leader of a women’s agricultural union...
Marchers Reached Ecuador Capitol on World Water Day
Demonstrators who marched for two weeks from the province of Zamora Chinchipe in southern Ecuador reached Quito, the country’s capital, on March 22, where they were joined by thous...
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