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Ecuador's National Assembly debates changing the penal code to allow abortions in the case of rape and incest, currently sanctioned by prison.

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Andean cultural resistance is reborn every year through the use of devil masks in Pillaro.

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Joe Emersberger interviewed Ecuadorian legal scholar Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga about the imprisonment of deposed Ecuadorian Vice President Jorge Glas who just ended a 52 day hunger strike.

Teachers, health professionals, and transport workers who make up the National Citizens' Assembly, announced protests against the government's new policies.

Former President Rafael Correa has criticized the measures implemented by the current government of Moreno.

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Rice said that the IMF is ready to "help" any members that might need it, and Ecuador shouldn't be an exception.

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After Interpol refused to issue the red notice on Correa due to the pending kidnapping case, Fernando Balda opted for other strategy.

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Julian Assange said that he is being spied on and details of his daily life are being sent to the FBI in the U.S. 

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After requests from family and friends, the former vice president haulted his almost two month strike.

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Sonnenholzner, 35, received  94 votes in favor at the National Assembly. He has been endorsed by major right-wing groups in the country.

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