Nearly two weeks of violent protests, that left 7 dead, have ended in Ecuador. President Moreno and leaders of the country’s indigenous groups reach deal to cancel economic austerity measures. Read more:
Massive Indigenous-led protests against Ecuador President Lenín Moreno's austerity measures rocked the city of Quito in October. In a major victory, the protests forced the government to cancel the austerity plan and withdraw from a $4.2-billion International Monetary Fund loan.
Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno strikes a deal with indigenous leaders who mobilized thousands of protesters against a decree that slashed fuel subsidies
VIDEO: Protesters barricade roads and clash with riot police in Ecuador's capital, as indigenous leaders prepared to meet President Lenin Moreno for face-to-face talks after nearly two weeks of violent street protests over austerity measures
Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno agrees to swap a law that ended decades-old fuel subsidies for new legislation that will direct more resources to the needy
WikiLeaks to : "If President Moreno wants to illegally terminate a refugee publisher’s asylum to cover up an offshore corruption scandal, history will not be kind,"
Julian Assange is no hero and no one is above the law. He has hidden from the truth for years. Thank you Ecuador and President Moreno for your cooperation with to ensure Assange faces justice
Today WikiLeaks publisher has been gagged and physically isolated for six months. This week Ecuador's president Moreno stated that will remain gagged until he promises to not again criticize the polices of the US and Spain.
Wikileaks editor has been gagged and isolated by order of Ecuador's new president Moreno. He cannot tweet, speak to the press, recieve visitors or make telephone calls. Ecuador demanded that he remove the following Tweet: