Should NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden decide to seek asylum from the U.S. government, Ecuador is now one of several options for him.
The panel ruled Ecuador in violation of international law and its treaty obligations with the United States
He gave no hint that he would end the standoff, which has seen him spend six months as a fugitive from European justice
The lawsuit has been plagued by allegations of corruption, with Chevron filing a racketeering suit in the U.S. last year
Members of Congress join business leaders in criticizing the country
Ecuador's poor free speech record - TheDCNF
Granting Julian Assange asylum may make Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa seem like a champion of free speech, but his record in the country shows otherwise
British government refuses to allow Assange to leave Ecuador’s London embassy
Assange claims the U.S. has secretly indicted him for divulging secrets and will act on the indictment if Sweden extradites him from Britain
Kennedy For Hire - TheDC
Court records show Kerry Kennedy, the late RFK’s daughter, was on the take for what appeared to be selfless advocacy against Texaco in Ecuador
Ecuadorian judge orders Chevron Corp. to pay $8.6 billion to clean up oil pollution in the country’s rain forest
Is Iran placing missiles in Venezuela, within range of the US?
Ecuador’s president says that no offer of residency was made to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
Ecuador is part of a leftist bloc of governments in South America, including Venezuela and Bolivia
Ecuador declares emergency amid police protests
Cocaine submarine - AFP
Ecuador police, along with the help of the DEA, found a cartel submarine capable of diving 65 feet and carrying 12 tons of cocaine
A 100-foot, twin-screw diesel submarine seized at a jungle shipyard in Ecuador marks a quantum, if anticipated, leap in drug-smuggling evasion technology
Drunk driver runs over 9 people at soccer game - NY Daily News
New York man runs over 9 people, including a toddler, who were leaving a soccer game at the Meadowlands Stadium
The regional cooperation paradigm, long centered on oil, is undergoing a transformation, as we will witness when Latin American energy ministers meet this week in D.C.
Over the course of good years and bad, the countries of Latin America have recently been taking diverging paths to very different futures.