Latest News on Rafael Correa
Showing of 0 - 10 from 16 results
Rafael Correa - Total results - 16
Apr 17, 2019
Ecuador president Lenin Moreno accuses Julian Assange of 'hosting hackers' inside London embassyPresident Lenin Moreno said that Swedish programmer Ola Bini, who is in custody in Ecuador, was one of the hackers who visited Julian Assange many times
May 19, 2016
Ecuador hit by two earthquakes; minor injuries reportedTwo earthquakes struck Ecuador's coast on Wednesday, causing minor injuries in the same region where a 7.8 tremor killed more than 650 people last month.
May 01, 2016
Ecuador quake: 72-year-old rescued 13 days after tragedyA 72-year-old man was rescued by Venezuelan relief workers, 13 days after a devastating earthquake jolted Ecuador's northern coast.
Apr 28, 2016
Ecuador earthquake: Chinese government sends $9.5 million worth of humanitarian aidThe Chinese has government delivered 60 million yuan (about $9.5 million) worth of humanitarian aid materials to the victims of the deadly April 16 earthquake in Ecuador.
Apr 24, 2016
Ecuador earthquake: Death toll at 650, over 100 people rescued from deep rubbleNearly 650 people are now known to have died in the strong earthquake that hit Ecuador one week ago, President Rafael Correa said Saturday.
Apr 17, 2016
Powerful earthquake in Ecuador leaves behind trail of destructionAt least 77 people were killed in the earthquake at Ecuador, which was recorded at a 7.8 magnitude. In this photo, rescue workers are seen working to pull out survivors trapped in a collapsed building in the city of Manta.
Mar 16, 2016
Ecuador army plane crashes into Amazon rainforest, kills all 22 aboardArray
Jul 06, 2015
Thousands line the streets of Ecuador for Pope Francis as he begins his South America tourThousands of jubilant people lined the streets of Quito as Pope Francis began a grueling South American trip on Sunday that will also take in Bolivia and Paraguay.
Aug 20, 2014
Britain could end Assange row 'tomorrow': Ecuadorian prezEcuadoran President Rafael Correa has said that Britain had the power to resolve the Julian Assange standoff "tomorrow."
Aug 16, 2013
Ecuador's president Rafael Correa abandons no-drilling plan for AmazonCorrea had sought $3.6 billion in contributions to maintain a moratorium on drilling in the remote Yasuni National Park, which was declared a biosphere reserve by the United Nations in 1989 and is home to two Indian tribes living in voluntary isolation.