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"The government of Ecuador respects the principle of nonintervention in the affairs of other countries and it does not interfere in the electoral processes in support of any candidate in particular.
Of the seven Dhruv helicopters, four were lost in crashes and the Ecuadorian government had taken a decision to ground the remaining choppers in October 2015.

His hacking targets have included the Taliban, the hard-line Islamic militants in Afghanistan; the Westboro Baptist Church, known for its hate speech; and the Ecuadorean government, which in 2012 offered refuge in its London embassy to Julian Assange ...
"Shut Down The Internet; We'll Shut Down Your Communications!" read the tweet posted by Anonymous on Sunday night. The claim, supported by a screenshot with "connection timed out" messages in response to the pinging of the supposed government ...
It also noted that the Ecuadorian government "does not cede to pressures from other countries." Wikileaks previously accused US Secretary of State John Kerry of pushing Ecuador to stop Assange from publishing additional Clinton documents during the ...
The Ecuadorian government says that they are still protecting Assange, but they cut his internet access over fears that his document releases were impacting the American election.

In 2015, Ecuador implemented a PPP system for infrastructure projects that are modelled on that of Peru's, Chile's, Colombia's and Uruguay's PPP systems.
This file photo taken on June 19, 2016, shows the building housing the Ecuadorian embassy in central London where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has hold up for four years.
... Embassy in London for nearly 4 years. There has been much speculation that the sudden change in support for Assange from the Ecuadorian government was prompted by political leverage being asserted by the Obama administration to thwart the release ...
Ecuador - IOM and the government of Ecuador through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, the National Council for Equal Human Mobility, the Council for Intergenerational Equality, and the Technical Secretariat for International ...
The Ecuadorian flag flies outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. London - The Ecuadorean government has admitted to severing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's internet access in the country's embassy in London, citing ...
Quiet pressure from the U.S. government played a role in Ecuador's decision to block Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from using the internet at Ecuador's London embassy, U.S. officials told NBC News. "It was a bit of an eviction notice," said a senior ...
Only hours before Ecuador's announcement, Wikileaks charged that Secretary of State John Kerry quietly urged the Ecuadorean government, in a meeting late last month, to stop Mr. Assange from publishing the emails or interfering in the election. The ...
Ecuador's government has said it has "temporarily restricted" Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's internet access at its Embassy in London.
Hydropower is the main focus of the government in terms of meeting Ecuador's energy challenges. And in this effort, it has ... "Before, 90 percent of Ecuadorian cooking devices used LPG, which is ironic as we don't have this gas resource. It used to ...
Ecuador's government acknowledged on Tuesday that it had "temporarily restricted" Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's internet access at its Embassy in London after the site published documents from Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
The government of Ecuador said late Tuesday it had "temporarily" restricted the internet access of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, citing the group's decision to release documents "impacting on the U.S.

Over the last four years, Assange has lived in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he has been granted asylum. He is avoiding extradition to Sweden over an ... Later on Monday evening, it transpired that it was the Ecuadorian government that has ...
Ecuador - IOM and the government of Ecuador through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility, the National Council for Equal Human Mobility, the Council for Intergenerational Equality, and the Technical Secretariat for International ...
London (AP) - Midway through releasing a series of damaging disclosures about U.S. presidential contender Hillary Clinton, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says his hosts at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London abruptly cut him off from the internet. The ...
"Ecuador has identified hydropower potential and has focused on this and decided to invest and decided to undertake construction of eight hydropower projects simultaneously," says Albornoz.
Ecuador's government has confirmed it has "temporarily restricted" Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's internet access at its Embassy in London.
Only hours before Ecuador's announcement, Wikileaks charged that Secretary of State John Kerry quietly urged the Ecuadorean government, in a meeting late last month, to stop Mr. Assange from publishing the emails or interfering in the election. The ...
Over the last four years, Assange has lived in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he has been granted asylum. He is avoiding extradition to Sweden over an ... Later on Monday evening, it transpired that it was the Ecuadorian government that has ...
QUITO, Ecuador (AP) - Thousands of experts and leaders from around the world are gathering in South America to dream up the city of the future even as the continent struggles with urban planning issues such as slums that have dogged the continent for ...
Wikileaks on Monday claimed Ecuador cut the internet connection of its founder Julian Assange, who is staying at the country's Embassy in London, claiming the move was in response to the group's publication of documents related to US presidential ...
"I'll tell you something.... You won't find better weather anywhere in the world than this," a friend of ours said as he was leaving after visiting us in Ecuador.
"The approval of the EIS demonstrates the commitment of the government of Ecuador to move Fruta del Norte towards construction and eventual production," commented Lundin Gold president and CEO Ron Hochstein.
At this stage of emergency, UNICEF is applying its methodology for tracing children out-ofschool -adopted by the government- to assure inclusion of all children in schools in the affected areas. Six months after the earthquake, the response and ...
Q: As reportedly announced by the Colombian government and the second largest rebel group National Liberation army (ELN) in Caracas, Venezuela, the two parties would begin peace talks in Quito, Ecuador starting from October 27. How does China ...
When 35-year-old Veronica Lucas Melo, along with three other women in her community, walked down the street wearing reflective jackets, boots and helmets, people stared in surprise.
Reserves worth approximately $7.2 billion have been discovered in the area, and in 2007, the government of Ecuador announced that it would leave the oil in place, if the global community would compensate it for doing so, by contributing at least half ...
Master weaver Yovanny Mero Pachay, an artisan hat maker from Montecristi, Ecuador, visited Palm Beach last month for a demonstration of how the hats are made at Sequin on Worth Avenue.
In an effort to sustainably develop and manage growth, the Ecuador government asked Steve Walsh, director of the UNC-Chapel Hill center, and Carlos Mena, director of the Galapagos science Center, to generate scenarios of change reflecting the number of ...
The Secretary-General welcomes the announcement that the government of Colombia and the National Liberation army will begin formal negotiations on 27 October in Quito following more than two years of exploratory conversations.
Samina Raja, principal investigator of the Food Lab, believes that Buffalo as a case study can offer workshop participants plenty of examples on the importance of food systems planning in local government, particularly in poorer communities. "Buffalo's ...
QUITO - The government of Ecuador is finalizing the details for the celebration of the Habitat III United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development, which is expected to be attended by delegates from 193 countries around the world ...
Well, BP will open separate and collective talks with partners Statoil and overseers, the federal government. The discussions with the Norwegian state oil company will focus on whether or not it wants to proceed with the exploration program.
Samina Raja, principal investigator of the Food Lab, believes that Buffalo as a case study can offer workshop participants plenty of examples on the importance of food systems planning in local government, particularly in poorer communities. "Buffalo's ...
Formal talks between the ELN and the government are scheduled to start on 27 October in Ecuador. ELN has historically menaced oil and gas companies operating in Colombia with kidnappings of personnel and pipeline bombings focused on ...
In an effort to sustainably develop and manage growth, the Ecuador government asked Steve Walsh, director of the UNC-Chapel Hill center, and Carlos Mena, director of the Galapagos science Center, to generate scenarios of change reflecting the number of ...
During the 2012 UPR of Ecuador, the government accepted recommendations to "guarantee the respect of all human rights by members of the National police" and "ensure prompt, impartial and timely investigation of all police abuses.
The next review is an opportunity for the human rights Council to hold the Ecuadorian government accountable for ignoring key commitments it made four years ago.
The Ecuadorean government has claimed the new drilling will impact less than one percent of the Yasuni National Park. But critics contend that this doesn't take into account any secondary impacts from oil drilling operations, including potentially new ...
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange gestures as he speaks during a press conference inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on August 18, 2014 where Assange has been holed up for two years.
Ecuador: government Palace Commemorates Guayaquil's 196th Anniversary. Quito, Oct 7 (Prensa Latina) The Carondelet Palace, seat of the presidency in Ecuador, will today start a commemorative program for the 196th anniversary of the independence of the ...
Ecuadorean soccer player Enner Valencia narrowly escaped arrest Thursday just ahead of a soccer match between the national team against Chile in a World Cup 2018 qualifying match in Quito.
Her comments were welcomed by her Ecuadorian counterpart, Ricardo Patino. He argued ... Ecuador, However, sparked controversy in 2007, when the government of President Rafael Correa ordered the US withdraw from its military base at Manta by 2009.
Barely a month has passed since Brazil's Senate voted overwhelmingly to remove President Dilma Rousseff, putting an end to both 13 years of workers' Party rule and a controversial impeachment process that seemed to drag on and on.
The peace deal between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrilla group was rejected by less than a 0.5 percent margin in a referendum on Oct. 2. This outcome shocked the world and defied ... As a conflict ...


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