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.

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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.

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Ecuador unrest: Protesters raise heat on defiant Moreno

National strike closed schools and business as protesters rallied for 7th day against austerity measures.

Ecuador unrest: Protesters raise heat on defiant Moreno

Latin America

Ecuador protests erupt for sixth day over fuel subsidy cuts

Protesters briefly bust through security lines and enter the National Assembly as anger over labour, tax reforms grows.

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Ecuador unrest: Protests erupt for 6th day over fuel subsidy cuts

Protesters briefly bust through security lines and enter the National Assembly as anger over labour, tax reforms grows.

Ecuador unrest: Protests erupt for 6th day over fuel subsidy cuts

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Clashes erupt at Ecuador fuel price protests

Riot police use tear gas to disperse marchers protesting soaring fuel prices, as oil fields seizure slashes production.

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Ecuador fuel protests: Major roads blockaded across the country

Despite unrest, President Lenin Moreno says he has no plans to reverse decision to scrap fuel subsidies as part of strict austerity measures.

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Ecuador indigenous groups, workers continue fuel protests

As transport unions suspend strike, indigenous groups vow to keep protesting until Moreno overturns austerity measure.

Ecuador indigenous groups, workers continue fuel protests

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Ecuador arrests 350 people, fuel protests continue

Transportation in major cities continues to be paralysed as bus and taxi workers strike over cuts to fuel subsidies.

Ecuador fuel protests: 350 arrested as demonstrations continue

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Ecuador declares state of emergency as fuel protests block roads

Protesters take to the streets over the end of decades-old fuel subsidies as part of government fiscal reform package.

Ecuador declares state of emergency as fuel protests block roads

Latin America

In Ecuador, one woman has given shelter to over 8,500 Venezuelans

Carmen Carcelen did not intend to convert her home into a hostel, but after helping a small group, she felt she had to.

In Ecuador, one woman has given shelter to over 8,500 Venezuelans

Environment

Amazon countries sign pact to better protect the rainforest

Indigenous leaders and analysts remain cautiously optimistic about pact, saying it is thin on details and directives.

Amazon countries sign pact to better protect the rainforest