Ecuador

Weird News
“I was suspicious, but it was tasty,” one skeptical customer told the Associated Press.
Politics
The WikiLeaks founder's supporters range from Ecuador's former president to actress Pamela Anderson.
Politics
A British judge also found the WikiLeaks founder guilty on previous bail charges.
Politics
Ecuador is in talks to kick the WikiLeaks founder out of its embassy in London, according to The Intercept.
Politics
The pizza deliverer's arrest "does nothing to make us safer."
World News
Julian Assange has been stripped of his internet access for violating the terms of the asylum.
Queer Voices
Groups say the nation is home to unlicensed rehab clinics that believe homosexuality is a mental illness.
World News
By Irene Torres, Aarhus University Each year, malnutrition costs Ecuador the equivalent of 4.3% of its gross domestic product
World News
By Irene Torres, Aarhus University Each year, malnutrition costs Ecuador the equivalent of 4.3% of its gross domestic product
Queer Voices
I want to be a mentor to Latinx, immigrant, and LGBTQI communities, now that I am here. This is my purpose.
Taste
Barry Callebaut reveals the fourth type of chocolate: ruby.
Post 50
By Suzan Haskins and Dan Prescher, InternationalLiving.com Citizens of the U.S. have become used to long and divisive discussions
World News
Mihnea Tanasescu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel In the early 2000s, the idea of giving legal rights to nature was on the fringes
Videos
Sweden has dropped rape charges made against Julian Assange. But the Wikileaks founder still faces significant legal obstacles, for his part in the release of more than 250,000 classified documents in 2010.
The WorldPost
But he still faces arrest if he leaves the Ecuadorean embassy in London.
Business
Okay folks, the briefs are in. (And online, except Chevron's opposition, which I've seen but which Chevron seems to be hiding