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- Ecuador shuts down nonprofit environmental group Updated: Dec-05-13 4:47 pm
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- 4 foreign journalists get Press Freedom Awards Updated: Nov-26-13 11:37 pm
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- Valencia gives Ecuador 2-2 draw with Honduras Updated: Nov-20-13 1:33 am
- Ecuadoreans seek payout from Chevron in NY court Updated: Nov-18-13 6:44 pm
- Argentina, Ecuador play 0-0 friendly Updated: Nov-15-13 11:14 pm
- Ecuador court halves Chevron pollution judgment Updated: Nov-13-13 11:31 am
- Norfolk couple reflects on 6-year sailing journey Updated: Nov-10-13 9:47 am
QUITO, Ecuador - Investigative journalist Juan Carlos Calderon received multiple death threats after launching something rare in the claustrophobic media climate of today's Ecuador, a digital magazine exposing high-level corruption.
QUITO, Ecuador - President Rafael Correa's government has shut down a nonprofit environmental group that opposes Amazon rainforest oil drilling, alleging it was involved in disturbing public order.
COSTA DO SAUIPE, Brazil - The World Cup promises friendly reunions and old scores to settle - and that's just in the coaching dugouts.
NEW YORK - Four foreign journalists were honored with Press Freedom Awards Tuesday evening recognizing their work in the face of severe reprisals, including physical threats and imprisonment.
Over the past decade, the migration of retirees to places overseas has contributed to rising housing markets in several retiree-friendly hot spots around the world. As a result, homes in several developing nations have reached prices comparable to those in the U.S. With the cost of homes climbing, some retirees are choosing to rent abroad rather than buy.
HOUSTON - Enner Valencia scored in the 89th minute to lift Ecuador to 2-2 draw with Honduras on Tuesday night.
NEW YORK - In an epic legal battle pitting Amazon rainforest tribes against energy giant Chevron, a former Ecuadorean judge claims another judge there took a $500,000 bribe. The second judge, however, says it's all a lie.
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey - Without soccer's absolute best player, Argentina couldn't find the net.
QUITO, Ecuador - Ecuador's highest court has upheld a landmark judgment against Chevron Corp. for oil contamination in the Amazon, but cut the penalty in half, to $8.8 billion.
NORFOLK, Virginia - The rum tasted better chilled with a small chunk of Patagonian glacier.