In our news wrap Tuesday, a bus struck an oncoming vehicle at high speed and flipped southeast of Quito, Ecuador. At least 24 people were killed and 22 were injured; many of the passengers were Colombian and Venezuelan. Also, a…
The Colombian-registered bus was traveling to Quito when it hit a smaller vehicle in an area known as dead man's curve at about 3 a.m., Ecuadorean authorities said.
By Associated Press
Ecuador's leftist ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno celebrated a narrow victory Monday following a contentious presidential run-off election, preserving the small, Andean nation's status as one of South America's remaining populist strongholds.
By Meredith Lee
Polls showed a neck-and-neck vote between Correa's hand-picked successor, Lenin Moreno, and conservative former banker Guillermo Lasso.
By Gonzalo Solano, Associated Press
By Meredith Lee
Depending on who wins Ecuador's presidential runoff in April, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have to find a new home.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange still has a warrant out for his arrest after a Swedish appeals court upheld a detention order on Friday for a 2010 rape investigation.
By Nadja Drost, Bruno Frederico
A project called Mapping Ecuador is allowing people to pinpoint hospitals, shelters and other key places in the South American country’s earthquake recovery.
By Michael D. Regan
As Ecuador grapples with a lengthy recovery following an earthquake earlier this month, some American politicians and immigration advocacy groups are requesting the Department of Homeland Security use a little-known law to extend the stay of Ecuadorians living in the…
By PBS NewsHour
Officials in Ecuador say the massive earthquake one week ago today has killed at least 600 people, injured more than 4,500 others and left 25,000 people homeless. Beyond the human cost of the tragedy, Ecuador now faces a struggle to…
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