Ecuador

American Puppet: Ecuador Hands Assange's Legal, Medical Records To Us

On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Randy Credico, an activist, a comedian, and the former director of the William Moses Kunstler Fund for Racial Justice.
Related topics: Activism

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The Struggle Is The Meaning

Craig Murray mulls the depressing series of events over the past few weeks involving Iran, Venezuela, Ecuador and the U.S. By Craig Murray CraigMurray.org.uk There is no conceivable interest of the ordinary people of the Western world being served...
Related topics: Iran, Venezuela, United Kingdom

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Why A Generation Of Latin American Leaders Failed To Deliver On Their Promise Of Progress

Following the democratic election of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela in 1998, Latin Americans voted a wave of left-leaning presidents into power, including Luiz Inácio da Silva in Brazil in 2003, Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua in 2006, and Rafael Correa in...
Related topics: Venezuela, Brazil, Nicaragua

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An Uncommon Victory For An Indigenous Tribe In The Amazon

Rachel Riederer reports on Ecuador’s Waorani people, who won a lawsuit against the government for not properly consulting with them before opening up their territory to potential oil exploration.
Related topics: Amazon, Lawsuits

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Ecuador Honors Valencia For His Decade At Man United

Quito (AFP) – Ecuador President Lenin Moreno presented Manchester United stalwart Antonio Valencia with the prestigious National Order of Merit medal in recognition of his decade playing for the Premier League giants. “I’ve ended a...

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Distorting 'democracy' In Venezuela Coverage

Gregory ShupakVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó waves after a meeting with Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno in Salinas, Ecuador on March 2, 2019. (Photo: Reuters/Daniel Tapia)
Related topics: Venezuela, World Photos, Reuters

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Japanese Man Jailed For Smuggling Insects From Ecuador

A Japanese man was sentenced to two years in prison in Ecuador for attempting to smuggle a massive haul of creepy crawlies out of the country, officials said Thursday.

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Ecuadorian Court Grants $50,000 Bail To Ex-fm Supporting Assange

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A court in Ecuador has revoked the decision on pre-trial detention of ex-Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino, known to be a supporter of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, ruling that Patino should pay a bail of $50,000 to...
Related topics: Julian Assange, Russia, Moscow, Wikileaks

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Ecuador Spied On Julian Assange, Lawyer Of Wikileaks' Founder Says

The whistleblower's legal team earlier revealed that several members of the Ecuadorian Embassy's staff had extorted him for money, threatening to otherwise publish Assange's videos and personal documents.
Related topics: Julian Assange, Wikileaks, World Videos

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The Nyt Investigates China’s Surveillance-state Exports

Ecuador’s intelligence agency has access to a vast Chinese-made surveillance system which could be used to spy on its citizens, a report from The New York Times has discovered. During an interview at an unmarked bunker in the country belonging to...
Related topics: China

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Ecuador Amazon Tribe Win First Victory Against Oil Companies

Ecuador’s Waorani indigenous tribe won their first victory Friday against big oil companies in a ruling that blocks the companies’ entry onto ancestral Amazonian lands for oil exploration activities. After two weeks of deliberations, a...
Related topics: Amazon

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Int'l Petition Urges Swedish Pm To Help 'wikileaks Collaborator' Held In Ecuador

Swedish programmer and data privacy activist Ola Bini has been detained in Ecuador, following the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in London.
Related topics: Petitions, Wikileaks, Activism, Julian Assange, United Kingdom, London

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Assange Put 'through Hell' As Quito Tried To 'break Him Down', Ex-diplomat Says

Ecuador’s Ambassador to the UK Jaime Marchan previously claimed that Julian Assange, who had been holed up in the country’s London embassy for seven years until his 11 April arrest, put excrement on the walls as part of his “daily protests”....
Related topics: Julian Assange, United Kingdom, London, Protests

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Chevron Wins Again, Ecuador Told To End Extortion Against Oil Company

Chevron’s winning streak in the courtroom against Ecuador over rainforest pollution continued in April. So did the liberal media’s silence on the battle.
Related topics: Chevron Corporation

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Uk Police Website Down As Hackers Protest Against Arrest Of Julian Assange, Ecuador Also Hit With...

The United Kingdom’s Police force is offline as hackers continue cyber attacks against UK and Ecuadorian government websites in protest of the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The site had been down for three and a half hours at...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Police, Hackers, Protests, Julian Assange, Wikileaks

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Ecuador Says It Faced 40 Million Cyberattacks After Giving Up Assange

Ecuador's government may be facing virtual retaliation for its decision to allow Julian Assange's arrest. The country's deputy minister for information and communication technologies, Patricio Real, claimed that its...
Related topics: Julian Assange

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Assange Is A Scapegoat; Distraction For The Scandal-ridden Ecuadorian Government

Authored by Pablo Vivanco, As he faces a major corruption probe, Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno has met another demand from Washington by booting WikiLeaks journalist Julian Assange out of Ecuador’s embassy in London. Times were different...
Related topics: Julian Assange, Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London

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Assange Lawyer: Ecuador Spread Lies About Wikileaks Founder

A lawyer representing jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says the Ecuadorian government has been spreading lies about his behavior inside its embassy in London. Jennifer Robinson told Sky News on Sunday that Ecuador is making "pretty...
Related topics: Julian Assange, Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London

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Stockholm Confirms Swede Detained In Ecuador

The Swedish Foreign Ministry has confirmed that a 35-year-old Swedish national has been detained in Ecuador. The Foreign Ministry is following the case. The detainee was offered consular assistance, which he accepted.
Related topics: Sweden, Stockholm

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‘no Excuse For Throwing Him To The Lions’ Says Ecuador’s Ex-president Of Assange’s Arrest

Ex-Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, who granted Julian Assange asylum in 2012, told FRANCE 24 (video player) that while Assange violated his asylum terms “that’s no excuse for throwing him to the lions.” The dramatic end to his asylum has...
Related topics: Julian Assange, France, World Videos

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