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January 22, 2020
The Interpol has asked for help to locate Nithyananda, the self-declared godman who fled India last year amid allegations of rape and sexual abuse. A blue-corner notice to locate, identify or get information on an accused has been issued against Nithyananda on the request of the Gujarat police.
Telegraph Reporters
December 23, 2019
The Telegraph
Emergency teams are fighting to protect some of the world's most unique and fragile ecosystems after 600 gallons of oil spilled into the waters around the Galapagos Islands when a cargo vessel overturned.
December 23, 2019
Telefónica today announced the sale of 2,029 towers in Ecuador and Colombia for approximately 290 million euros to Phoenix Tower International (PTI), a company backed by funds such as the Blackstone Group and John Hancock. Telefónica Ecuador has sold 1,408 towers for 202 million euros. Telefónica Colombia has sold 621 towers for 87 million euros, complementing other tower disposals executed earlier in the year. This announcement is part of the company's strategy to crystallise the v...
Matt McGrath
December 10, 2019
BBC News
Indigenous people come to COP25 to protest plans to expand oil production in the western Amazon.
Melissa Breyer
December 9, 2019
Our photo of the day comes from the rainforest of Ecuador.
December 6, 2019
Read more about Ecuador denies having granted asylum, land to rape-accused Nithyananda on Business Standard. In a statement, the Embassy of Ecuador said the country had in fact denied Nithyananda's request for asylum, and he left the country for Haiti
December 6, 2019
The government of Ecuador said that all the information published in digital and print media in India is based on the information which allegedly has been sourced from, a website that is supposedly maintained by Nithyananda.
Joe Wallen
December 5, 2019
The Telegraph
An Indian guru wanted in his homeland on charges of sexual assault and the confinement of children has announced he is setting up his own country, the Republic of Kailaasa, reportedly on an island off the coast of Ecuador.
October 25, 2019
Banco Pichincha and Rabobank have entered into a strategic partnership. The cooperation agreement focuses on fostering rural development, strengthening Banco Pichincha's approach towards the Food & Agricultural sector in Ecuador and reinforcing its capabilities on digitization and data management. Rabobank, through its subsidiary Rabo Partnerships, entered into this partnership with Banco Pichincha, the leading bank in Ecuador. During the last quarter of 2019, both entities signed an agre...
Rosie Perper
October 14, 2019
Business Insider
According to Reuters, the unrest was the worst seen in the country in over a decade. Hundreds of protesters were injured and over 1,000 were arrested.
October 13, 2019
The Economic Times
Violence continued in Quito on Saturday even as the indigenous movement leading the protests over fuel price hikes reversed course and said it had accepted a proposal for direct talks with Moreno.
Gideon Long
October 12, 2019
Financial Times
Gideon Long
October 8, 2019
Financial Times
October 4, 2019
Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News
QUITO, Ecuador -- Ecuadorian authorities dispatched military vehicles to ferry civilian passengers Friday and arrested several transport union leaders follo
October 5, 2019
Read more about Ecuador arrests 370 people in two days of anti-austerity protests on Business Standard. The government said security forces had managed to subdue protests in some provinces and restore 'normality'
Reuters Editorial
October 1, 2019
Ecuador will withdraw from the 14-nation Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) from January 1, 2020 because of fiscal problems, the country's energy ministry said on Tuesday.
David Riggs
September 24, 2019
Matthew Carpenter-Arévalo helped Twitter set up its ad sales in the Latin American region, then witnessed how the platform became monetized and weaponized by professional trolls.
The Associated Press
September 20, 2019
ABC News
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September 17, 2019
The Hindu
ZDNet, the cybersecurity website that first reported the breach, said there was even data on the country's president and on Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder who applied for asylum in Ecuador and who spent years holed up in the country's London embassy before being arrested this year by British police.
September 17, 2019
Read more about Personal data of Ecuador's entire population leaked online, say experts on Business Standard. The security company vpnMentor uncovered the breach on the server run by the firm Novaestrat