Ecuadoran police have shut down an alternative medicines center in Quito that had administered thousands of fake COVID-19 vaccines, the local government said Tuesday.
The low temperatures registered on August 21, 2020 caused snow fall on the road to Papallacta. According to a report from ECU 911, there are approximately 10 vehicles stranded due to the weather phenomenon.
A vast fishing armada off Ecuador's biodiverse Pacific islands has stirred alarm over 'indiscriminate' fishing practices
China vows zero-tolerance policy towards fishers and companies guilty of illegal catches, says Ecuador In the past, a Chinese vessel was captured in the marine reserve with 300 tonnes of marine wildlife
Hundreds of boats fish near protected Galapagos reserve Dispute adds to a growing number of U.S.-China flashpoints
NEW Movement Restriction Laws Just Released from Government
--to stop Spanish and Dutch jets landing after international flights are banned
Ecuador's ex-leader Correa slams sudden move to cut off RT Spanish in his country
Bernie Sanders tweeted an Associated Press article in the LA Times (10/14/19) about Ecuador's recent protests, in which eight protesters were killed in 11 days. "Economic elites keep pushing austerity worldwide, making life unbearable for working
Thousands of indigenous demonstrators, student volunteers and local residents launched a mass cleanup Monday of a Quito park where anti-austerity protesters fought police for days, leaving piles of burning tires, trees and construction material.
Indigenous group behind mass protests in Ecuador agree to hold talks on austerity with President Lenin Moreno as Quito remains on military-enforced lock-down amid violent unrest
- that sparked protests as indigenous groups pledge to stop rallies
Labeled "savages" in times past, today the mobilizing efforts of the indigenous have been associated with the work of "terrorist groups" and "criminal groups" by President Moreno.
'Lenin Moreno's Government is Over, He is a Puppet of Lobbying Groups'
Ecuador - Moreno campaigned on a platform of continuing the progressive policies of his predecessor Rafeal Correa.
Some walked to Quito from the countryside. Others hitched rides in the back of trucks, squeezed between sacks of produce. Many have spent days sleeping outside and eating from communal pots.