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Shortages of beds, drugs, ventilators, and protective gear have seen medical staff in Guayaquil, Ecuador fighting a losing battle against Covid-19, a local doctor told RT, calling on the international community to intervene.
As the coronavirus pandemic rips through Ecuador, some cities are struggling to cope with a deluge of fatalities, pushing residents to make harrowing pleas for help as the bodies of loved ones accumulate in the streets.
Scientists are warning that the Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador is showing early signs of impending catastrophic collapse, after satellite data showed substantial internal damage from ongoing magma activity.
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno has been targeted by Twitter’s warriors after claiming that women only accuse unattractive men of harassment. His defenders suggested that those furious apparently totally lack sense of humor.
A barge carrying 600 gallons of diesel fuel sank near the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, causing a massive spill off the islands chain’s coast and sparking a frantic effort by the authorities to prevent the fuel from spreading.
A private security firm that allegedly spied on Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London bragged about its nefarious activities and ties to US intelligence, according to German public broadcaster NDR.
Former leader of Ecuador Rafael Correa believes his country’s national broadcaster suddenly cut its distribution of RT Spanish simply because the channel gave him a platform to air views critical of Lenin Moreno’s government.
Ecuador's public television provider, the National Telecommunications Corporation, has cut off its broadcast of RT Spanish. The move comes weeks after Ecuador’s interior minister complained about RT covering local protests.
The Ecuadorian government has agreed to terminate Executive Decree 883, which canceled fuel subsidies and prompted protests throughout the country for 11 days. Indigenous groups have agreed to discontinue the rallies.