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A group of 600 experts and volunteers will be stationed in 180 sites in 10 ecological nature reserves around the country. Full Story

Foreign ministers Jose Valencia and Jorge Fraurie discussed the need to reactivate the South American union. Full Story

Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno said he is negotiating with the British government over the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The mine has proved highly controversial: it's located in the buffer zone of the El Cajas National Park and residents claim it would pollute watersheds and lagoons.
It has been six years since WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange first entered the embassy to avoid extradition on sexual assault charges, which have since been dropped.
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Social and political organizations will define a shared agenda to defend Unasur from increasing attempts to dismantle it. 
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Former Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa said president Lenin Moreno " has an agreement with the United States on what will happen to Assange."
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Imperial forces, Morales said, "cannot forgive them for lifting their nations out of misery and returning them to a state of sovereignty and dignity." 
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teleSUR has walked a long road, paved with communication and technological challenges, but the goal to lead and promote the integration of the peoples of the South has not changed.
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In the U.K. Assange is facing only a minor charge for failing to turn up to a court hearing.
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