Ecuador government agrees to return fuel subsidies

Indigenous representatives celebrate announcement, but condemn violent crackdown by police that has left at least 10 people dead, and sent more than 1,000 others to jail.

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    Demonstrators in Quito are celebrating an agreement that has been reached between the Ecuadorean government and Indigenous leaders.

    Ecuador's government has reached an agreement with Indigenous leaders to end days of violent protests.

    The unrest began after the government moved to end decades-old fuel subsidies.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from the capital Quito.


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