Swedish Prosecutor Questions Assange
A Swedish prosecutor visited the Ecuadorean Embassy in London on Monday to question Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, in relation to an investigation of a rape accusation opened six years ago.
Ecuador Cuts Internet of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks’ Founder
The country made it clear it feared it was being sucked into an effort to “interfere in electoral processes” in the United States.
Found in Ecuador: A Time Capsule for the Ears
After his grandfather’s death, a music producer finds a trove of almost perfectly preserved audiotapes representing a vital chapter of Ecuador’s musical history.
Ecuador Agrees to Interview With Assange
Swedish prosecutors said Wednesday they were working with Ecuadorian authorities to interrogate the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange about the 2010 rape accusations.
Julian Assange to Be Questioned by Sweden Over Rape Claim, Ecuador Says
The WikiLeaks founder was granted political asylum by the Ecuadoreans in 2012, and he has been confined to its London embassy ever since.
United States Advances to Copa América Semifinals
The United States advanced to the semifinals of the Copa América Centenario in front of a boisterous home crowd at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
Galápagos Islands Gain a New Guardian as Ecuador Moves to Protect the Park
Africa Berdonces, 30, is the new director of Galápagos National Park and Marine Reserve, one of the world’s most significant environmental posts.
One Month After Quake, Ecuador Struggles
As two earthquakes shook western Ecuador on Wednesday, residents and business owners in Pedernales and Portoviejo were still trying to rebuild in the wake of a 7.8 magnitude quake last month that killed thousands of people and left many others in shelter camps.
Ecuador Rattled by Two Powerful Earthquakes
The quakes, magnitudes 6.7 and 6.8, struck a month after the worst temblor to hit the country in decades killed more than 650 people and injured more than 16,600.
The Mountain That Tops Everest (Because the Earth Is Fat)
Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador rises about 20,500 feet above sea level, far short of Everest’s 29,029 feet. But it’s a different story when you measure from the center of the Earth.
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