Moreno’s Neoliberal Restoration Proceeds In Ecuador

By Joe Emersberger, -

Lenin Moreno won Ecuador’s presidency in 2017 by campaigning to continue the economic policies of Rafael Correa (a leftist who was in office from 2007 until 2017) but upon taking office [...]

Ecuador’s Government Cuts Off All Access To Julian Assange

By Mike Head, -

According to the Courage Foundation, which has campaigned against the persecution of Julian Assange, the Ecuadorian Embassy in London has forbidden access to all visitors to the WikiLeaks [...]

Ecuador: Indigenous Cofan People Win Battle Against Miners

By Staff, -

The Indigenous Cofan people of Sinangoe in the Ecuadorean Amazon, have achieved a significant judicial victory after the provincial court of Sucumbios ordered a halt to all mining activities in [...]

Ecuador Likely To Turn Assange Over To US – Ex-President Correa To RT

The Ecuadorian government might eventually hand WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange over to Washington, even though it is legally obliged to protect him, former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa [...]

Assange Sues Ecuador For Violating ‘Fundamental Rights And Freedoms’

By Aaron Kesel, Activist Post -

Lawyers for Julian Assange are suing Ecuador, accusing the government of violating Assange’s “fundamental rights and freedoms.” This comes after Ecuador cut off communications with the WikiLeaks [...]

Draconian Ecuadorean Rules On Assange’s Prison-Like Embassy Stay: Document

By Staff, -

The politics around the Ecuadorean government’s housing Julian Assange in its London embassy are changing, making the political refugee responsible for getting his own food thereby increasing his [...]

Julian Assange’s Communications Partly Restored By Ecuadorian Government

By Staff, -

The Ecuadorian government has decided to partly restore communications for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. They were cut in March, denying him access to the internet or phones and limiting [...]

What Really Happens To Nicaragua, Venezuela And Ecuador

By Peter Koenig, -

August 14, 2018 "Information Clearing House" -  Stories about corruption and internally government-generated violence concerning most unaligned countries abound in the MSM. These lies fuel [...]

Assange May Finally Leave Ecuadorian Embassy In London As Health Worsens

By Staff, -

Julian Assange, who has spent more than 2,230 days in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, is expected to leave the building soon with his health deteriorating, sources say. This latest information [...]

Breaking: Possible Handover Of Assange To UK May Be Imminent

By Elizabeth Vos, Disobedient Media. -

What happens in a world without Julian Assange? It seems we may be in the unthinkable position of facing such a reality, after WikiLeaks Tweeted regarding the recent statement of Margarita [...]

Ecuador To Hand Over Assange To UK ‘In Coming Weeks Or Days’

By Staff, -

Sir Alan Duncan, the Foreign Office minister, is said to be spearheading the diplomatic effort. Sources close to Assange said he himself was not aware of the talks but believed that America was [...]

Ecuador Bows To US And IMF, Entering New Neoliberal Era

By Elliott Gabriel, -

QUITO, ECUADOR – Ecuador’s passionate re-embrace of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) offers one of the clearest and most dramatic signs that the country’s leadership is dead-set on shedding [...]

British And Ecuadorian Authorities In Talks To Evict Julian Assange From London Embassy

By Oscar Grenfell, -

The London-based Times newspaper reported yesterday that the British and Ecuadorian governments have been holding secret discussions on plans to evict WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange from [...]

Ecuador’s Constitutional Court Rules Against Chevron, In Favor Of Indigenous Communities

By Staff, -

Ecuador’s Constitutional Court rejected Chevron’s request to revise a national court ruling that sentenced it to pay US$9.5 billion in environmental and social reparations to the communities [...]

Ecuador: Rafael Correa Supporters March To Protest Detention

By Staff, -

Thousands of people marched through Quito on Thursday in support of former President Rafael Correa, who has been accused of involvement in a failed kidnapping. Thousands of Rafael Correa [...]