Latin America

Fleeing by foot: The Venezuela exodus grows

Fleeing Venezuela, caminantes travel hundreds of kilometres by foot to Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and beyond.

Fleeing by foot: The Venezuela exodus grows

Latin America

Pots and pans 'cacerolazo' protests echo across Latin America

Thousands in nearly a dozen countries bang pots and pans in unified protest against governments across the region.

Counting the Cost

How unpaid corporate taxes led to violent protests in Ecuador

Why corporate tax cuts and austerity plans are behind Ecuador's violent protests. Plus, effects of Japan's 'Abenomics'.

AJ Impact

Civil unrest around the world is impacting financial markets

In Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America, street protests are spooking investors.

Civil unrest around the world is impacting financial markets

AJ Impact

Is boom, then slump, behind fiery Latin American protests?

Economic concerns have seen thousands take to the streets of Chile, Bolivia, Haiti and Ecuador in the past month.

Is boom, then slump, behind fiery Latin American protests?

AJ IMPACT

Ecuador: Protesters cautiously optimistic after deal with gov't

Many celebrate the return of fuel subsidies, but urge caution over plans to come up with new belt-tightening measures.

Ecuador: Protesters cautiously optimistic after deal with gov't

Latin America

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.

Latin America

Ecuador's Moreno, indigenous groups reach deal to end protests

Two sides agree on new package to cut government spending, increase revenues, reduce budget deficits and public debt.

Latin America

In Pictures: Protests rock Ecuador's capital

After days of deadly anti-austerity protests, meeting between President Moreno and indigenous leaders likely on Sunday.

In Pictures: Protests rock Ecuador's capital

AJ IMPACT

Ecuador unrest: Amazonian women denounce 'state violence'

Indigenous protesters accuse security forces of using excessive force as demonstrations continue for tenth day.

Ecuador unrest: Amazonian women denounce 'state violence'

Latin America

Ecuador unrest: President imposes curfew on Quito, offers to talk

Announcement came as indigenous leaders agree to direct talks with Lenin Moreno, while chaos raged on capital's streets.

Ecuador unrest: President imposes curfew on Quito, offers to talk

Latin America

Ecuador sees 10th day of anti-austerity protests

At least five people have been killed in unrest as demonstrators push for President Lenin Moreno to repeal a law that ended a 40-year-old fuel subsidy.

Latin America

Ecuador emergency: Protesters infuriated by killings

Death of at least 5 protesters In Ecuador, in the past week of anti-government anger, is provoking an increasing backlash against the president.

AJ IMPACT

Ecuador unrest: What led to the mass protests?

For more than a week, mass anti-government demonstrations over fuel subsidy cuts have paralysed parts of the country.

Ecuador unrest: What led to the mass protests?

Inside Story

Will protests in Ecuador force the president to resign?

President Lenin Moreno's decision to remove 40-year old fuel subsidies doubles petrol prices and triggers huge protests.