2017: Ecuador

  1. Bacary Sagna: Man City defender must explain '10 against 12' Instagram post (BBC)2017-01-03
  2. AP PHOTOS: Masked devils dance in Ecuadorean mountain town (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-07
  3. 19 dead in multiple-vehicle collision in Ecuador (Washington Post)2017-01-14
  4. 19 dead in multiple-vehicle collision in Ecuador (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-14
  5. Bobcat that jumped on woman, scratched 2 others is killed (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-17
  6. Bobcat that attacked 3 women tests positive for rabies (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-18
  7. Feds: Refugee from Yugoslavia hid service in war crime unit (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-19
  8. Only minor injuries after truck smashes through side of bus (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-20
  9. Pedestrian dead after being hit by Mississippi police car (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-20
  10. Bogus doctor performed physicals at Philadelphia high school (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-20
  11. Charges: Cop left out gun that girl, 8, used to kill herself (The New Zealand Herald)2017-01-20
  12. Ecuador holds man for US gold flakes theft (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-01-20
  13. Ecuador's upcoming election could hand an eviction notice to Julian Assange (Washington Post)2017-02-10
  14. Remains of tortoise Lonesome George returning to Ecuador (Washington Post)2017-02-15
  15. Remains of tortoise Lonesome George returning to Ecuador (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-15
  16. In Ecuador election, strongman Correa's legacy on the line (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-16
  17. In Ecuador election, strongman Correa’s legacy on the line (Washington Post)2017-02-16
  18. Dad says he 'dropped' infant son, didn't intend to kill him (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-16
  19. Ecuador’s Election Could Also Decide Julian Assange’s Fate (New York Times)2017-02-17
  20. Ecuador election could decide Assange’s continued asylum (Washington Post)2017-02-17
  21. Ecuador election could decide Assange's continued asylum (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-17
  22. Ecuador presidential candidate vows to remove Julian Assange from embassy (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-02-18
  23. Ecuador election: Who will succeed Rafael Correa? (BBC)2017-02-18
  24. Maintaining traditions in Salasaca of Ecuador's Andes (Al-Jazeera)2017-02-18
  25. Voters in Ecuador set to choose between change, continuity (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-19
  26. Voters in Ecuador set to choose between change, continuity (Washington Post)2017-02-19
  27. Ecuador votes in crucial general elections (Al-Jazeera)2017-02-19
  28. Ruling party candidate leads in Ecuador’s presidential vote (Washington Post)2017-02-20
  29. Ecuador Votes as Latin America’s Left Sags, a Generation of Icons Gone (New York Times)2017-02-20
  30. Ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno leads in vote (Al-Jazeera)2017-02-20
  31. Ruling party candidate leads in Ecuador's presidential vote (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-20
  32. Ecuador’s leftist presidential candidate could win without a runoff (Washington Post)2017-02-20
  33. Tensions mount as Ecuador’s presidential race up in the air (Washington Post)2017-02-21
  34. Tensions mount as Ecuador's presidential race up in the air (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-21
  35. Ecuador officials say vote count showing presidential election runoff is 'irreversable' (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-21
  36. Ecuador officials say vote count showing presidential election runoff is ‘irreversable’ (Washington Post)2017-02-21
  37. Lenin Moreno, Guillermo Lasso to contest April runoff (Al-Jazeera)2017-02-21
  38. Ecuador faces return to the right with presidential run-off (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-02-22
  39. Man convicted of throwing baby son off bridge to his death (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-22
  40. Ecuador electoral body formally orders presidential runoff (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-23
  41. Ecuador electoral body formally orders presidential runoff (Washington Post)2017-02-23
  42. Ecuador to Hold Runoff in Tense Presidential Election (New York Times)2017-02-23
  43. Father's chilling text to his ex before he threw their baby off a bridge (The New Zealand Herald)2017-02-24
  44. Meet Lonesome George and Diego (Guess Which Tortoise Saved His Species) (New York Times)2017-03-11
  45. Hispanic builder on the Mexico wall: 'Work is work' (CNN)2017-03-14
  46. Leftist gains edge ahead of tense Ecuador presidential vote (The New Zealand Herald)2017-03-30
  47. Leftist gains edge ahead of tense Ecuador presidential vote (Washington Post)2017-03-30
  48. The Farc rebel rapping for peace (BBC)2017-03-31
  49. Body of missing US businessman found in Ecuador (The New Zealand Herald)2017-03-31
  50. Body of missing US businessman found in Ecuador (Washington Post)2017-03-31
  51. A leftist candidate tries to hold the line in Ecuador as Latin America moves right (Washington Post)2017-04-01
  52. Ecuadoreans vote in closely watched presidential election (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-02
  53. Ecuadoreans vote in closely watched presidential election (Washington Post)2017-04-02
  54. Moreno faces Lasso in second-round presidential runoff (Al-Jazeera)2017-04-02
  55. The Latest: Ecuadoreans choosing president in close race (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-02
  56. The Latest: Ecuadoreans choosing president in close race (Washington Post)2017-04-02
  57. After Andes tragedy, Chapecoense set for emotional cup final (Washington Post)2017-04-02
  58. Ecuadorans vote in tense elections, and brace for a narrow finish (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-04-02
  59. Ecuadorians vote in tense elections, and brace for a narrow finish (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-04-02
  60. The Latest: Ecuador electoral council to issue results soon (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  61. Both candidates claim victory in Ecuador presidential runoff (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  62. Ecuador official quick count results: ruling party Moreno wins presidential runoff with 51 percent; rival wants recount (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-03
  63. Ecuador official quick count results: ruling party Moreno wins presidential runoff with 51 percent; rival wants recount (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  64. Head of Ecuador's National Electoral Council calls on candidates to recognize vote results. (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-03
  65. Ecuador official results: ruling-party's Lenin Moreno wins presidential runoff with 51 percent (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-03
  66. Ecuador official results: ruling-party’s Lenin Moreno wins presidential runoff with 51 percent (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  67. Head of Ecuador’s National Electoral Council calls on candidates to recognize vote results. (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  68. Ecuador on edge as both presidential candidates claim victory in tight vote (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-04-03
  69. Ecuador opposition candidate Lasso says he will challenge election results, alleging fraud (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  70. Ecuador opposition candidate Lasso says he will challenge election results, alleging fraud (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-03
  71. Opposition alleges fraud in Ecuador presidential vote (Al-Jazeera)2017-04-03
  72. Lenín Moreno Appears Headed for Victory in Ecuador’s Presidential Election (New York Times)2017-04-03
  73. Leftist headed to narrow victory in Ecuador, defying Latin America's shift to right (The Sydney Morning Herald)2017-04-03
  74. Ecuador election: Fraud alleged as protesters scuffle (BBC)2017-04-03
  75. Leftist claims win in Ecuador election, rival cries foul (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-03
  76. Moreno claims win in Ecuador's presidential election (CNN)2017-04-03
  77. Ecuador in turmoil as leftist party appears to extend its reign (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  78. WikiLeaks’ Assange a winner in Ecuador presidential runoff (Washington Post)2017-04-03
  79. WikiLeaks' Assange a winner in Ecuador presidential runoff (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-03
  80. Guillermo Lasso refuses to concede in Ecuador election (Al-Jazeera)2017-04-03
  81. Leftist claims win in Ecuador election; rival cries foul (Washington Post)2017-04-04
  82. Ecuadorean electoral officials confirm presidential victory of ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-04
  83. Ecuadorean electoral officials confirm presidential victory of ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno (Washington Post)2017-04-04
  84. Ruling party candidate declared victor in Ecuador election (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-04
  85. Ecuador's Lasso says he'll dispute almost 2,000 vote tallies (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-05
  86. Ecuador’s Lasso says he’ll dispute almost 2,000 vote tallies (Washington Post)2017-04-05
  87. Ecuador’s Lasso says he’ll dispute almost 2,000 vote tallies (Washington Post)2017-04-06
  88. Ecuador's president-elect warns Assange to avoid politics (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-06
  89. Ecuador’s president-elect warns Assange to avoid politics (Washington Post)2017-04-06
  90. Ecuador prosecutors search polling firm following election (Washington Post)2017-04-07
  91. Ecuador prosecutors search polling firm following election (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-07
  92. Ecuadoran tourist cited for writing names on Roman Colosseum (Washington Post)2017-04-11
  93. Police remove protesters contesting Ecuador election results (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-11
  94. Ecuador opposition candidate challenges election results (Washington Post)2017-04-12
  95. Ecuador opposition candidate challenges election results (Washington Post)2017-04-13
  96. Ecuador opposition candidate challenges election results (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-13
  97. Ecuador election council agrees to recount 1.3 million votes (Washington Post)2017-04-14
  98. Ecuador election council agrees to recount 1.3 million votes (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-14
  99. Ecuador presidential recount confirms Lenin Moreno victory (The New Zealand Herald)2017-04-19
  100. Ecuador presidential recount confirms Lenin Moreno victory (Washington Post)2017-04-19

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