new york times journalists nicholas casey and josh haner traveled 600 miles off ecuadors coast to uncover how
New York Times journalists Nicholas Casey and Josh Haner traveled 600 miles off Ecuador’s coast to uncover how ocean warming is affecting the Galápagos. In our latest ad, see how they reported this story: https://t.co/ZS0zJDZnaT
rt ecuador s spoke out about the detention order against him that he calls a political persecution for his opp
RT @telesurenglish: Ecuador's @RicardoPatinoEC spoke out about the detention order against him, that he calls a political persecution, for his opposition to Lenin Moreno's government https://t.co/3TYxxmODiL
the indigenous waorani people are on the eve of a high stakes trial against ecuador s government to protect th
The indigenous Waorani people are on the eve of a high-stakes trial against Ecuador's government to protect their land from oil drilling. Let’s show the world is watching by signing their petition: https://t.co/V9PGhbTDVd.#WaoraniResistance
ola bini is a swedish cyber security expert and digital privacy advocate was arrested in ecuador soon after ju
Ola Bini, is a Swedish cyber security expert and digital privacy advocate, was arrested in Ecuador soon after Julian Assange. Internet and free speech activists say this is a case of guilt by association. https://t.co/wxrYNt3Myn
thirteen students and chaperones from massachusetts were hospitalized upon landing at logan airport in boston
#UPDATE : Thirteen students and chaperones from Massachusetts were hospitalized upon landing at Logan Airport in Boston Sunday morning after apparently contracting food poisoning in Ecuador and falling ill on their journey home, officials said.https://t.co/kCDM15fOvp
urgent ecuador has illigally terminated assange political asylum in violation of international law he was arre
URGENT: Ecuador has illigally terminated Assange political asylum in violation of international law. He was arrested by the British police inside the Ecuadorian embassy minutes ago. https://t.co/6Ukjh2rMKD
important background for journalists covering the arrest of julian by ecuador the united nations formally rule
Important background for journalists covering the arrest of Julian #Assange by Ecuador: the United Nations formally ruled his detention to be arbitrary, a violation of human rights. They have repeatedly issued statements calling for him to walk free--including very recently.
wikileaks refutes president morenos grotesque lies about assange they are a crude attempt to distract from mor
WikiLeaks refutes President Moreno’s grotesque lies about Assange. They are a crude attempt to distract from Moreno’s own corruption scandals in Ecuador and the cowardly expulsion of our publisher into the reach of US authorities.
corruption investigation opened against ecuador s president moreno after purported leaked contents of his ipho
Corruption investigation opened against Ecuador's president Moreno, after purported leaked contents of his iPhone (Whatsapp, Telegram) & Gmail were published. New York Times reported that Moreno tried to sell Assange to US for debt relief. https://t.co/0KFcBrnUfr
wikileaks has obtained agreed assange press strategy 1 uk lead 2 ecuador will say assange has broken many of i
WikiLeaks has obtained agreed Assange press strategy 1. UK lead 2. Ecuador will say Assange has broken many of its invented "asylum terms" 3. UK will say won't let US kill Assange, due process. Ecuador will pretend that this is a concession and that asylum was for death penalty.