Ecuador

Ecuador

Ecuador's Point And Snout

Taking pictures at the vibrant marketplace in Otavalo, Ecuador required more than just pointing and shooting: I also had to avoid getting trodden on by one of the many, many pigs for ...

Ecuador

Uprising In Ecuador: Lenin Moreno And The Price Of Betrayal

Moreno is now reversing course on austerity measures that provoked nearly two weeks of mass prote...

Ecuador

The Many Misconceptions About 'Liberalism'

Partisans of political moderation are mistaken if they are looking for the ideals of the European...

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UNESCO/OneShot Remember Slain Photojournalist Paúl Rivas

Paúl Rivas was a 45 year-old Ecuadorian photographer. He was kidnapped last April and later killed because of his investigations on drug-related border violence for Ecuadorian daily El Comercio. ...

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Cocaine In Galápagos? Cartels Use Ecuador As A Logistics Hub

QUITO — Stashes of cocaine kept in boats and dinghies in the remote Galápagos Islands. Dozens of operatives transporting narcotics on rivers across the border into Colombia. Over the past ...

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"Big Day" For Ecuador's Lenin Moreno

El Universo, May 24 Wheelchair-bound politician Lenín Moreno assumed Ecuador's highest office today, nearly 20 years after a shooting attack left him paralyzed. "Lenín's big day," as ...

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Rembrandt In Ecuador

It was rather quiet when we got to the indigenous town of Otavalo, in northern ...

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Japan's "Disaster Architecture" Star To The Rescue After Ecuador Quake

Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, winner of the 2014 Pritzker, has used material like paper and car...