The International Union for Conservation of Nature listed the Fernandina Giant Tortoise as "Possibly Extinct" in 2017.Full Story
Social Movements in Ecuador, protested against an alleged corruption scandal of President Lenin Moreno on Tuesday.Full Story
What critics are calling a privatization wave is starting in Ecuador with the concession of the state-owned National Communications Corporation (CNT), one of the states most profitable companies in Ecuador.
Through a presidential decree, the Ecuadorean government is being restructured accordingly to the austerity-favoring "State Optimization Plan."
The 26 endangered tortoises from the Galapagos National Park were returned last June after being located in Peru. An investigation of trafficking rare fauna is still open.
The earthquake, although, not strong enough to trigger a tsunami, was felt in 15 provinces around the country.
The state of Ecuador is expected to respond to alleged threats against Julian Assange.
Atamaint said Ecuadorean election processes have changed and that international observers are no longer permitted to interview officials, either national or partisan.
About 10,000 marched in Quito, the capital city, against new privatization and other measures imposed by President Lenin Moreno.
Ecuador maintained a cold relationship with the neoliberal body during the decade of the government of former President Correa, who had accused the IMF of violating the sovereignty of countries by imposing harsh austerity conditions.
Ecuadorean government, after a delay, allowed the departure of planes meant to help Venezuelan migrants return home, sponsored by the Bolivarian government of Nicolas Maduro.