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Ecuador orders 20 US military personnel out by end of April

Quito - All twenty of the US Defense Department Employees in the US Embassy military group in Ecuador have been ordered to leave the country by the end of this month.

Op-Ed: Edward Snowden going nowhere fast so far

Moscow - Ecuador has asked Russia for talks concerning Edward Snowden according to a Russian state broadcaster. Snowden is seeking asylum in Ecuador to avoid trial in the US.

US VP asked President Rafael Correa to reject Snowden asylum

US Vice President Joe Biden has personally asked Ecuador's president, Rafael Correa, to reject the asylum request by Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower.

RT Spanish interview with President Correa on Assange (video)

Quito - Whilst celebrating his re-election in Ecuador yesterday, President Rafael Correa called for a resolution to the issue of political asylum in that country for Julian Assange. An interview with President Correa gives more details on the situation.

Ecuador's President Correa calls for resolution on Assange asylum

Quito - As President Rafael Correa easily wins re-election over his opposition in the polls in Ecuador on Monday, he reiterates his demands for a diplomatic solution regarding Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder.

Ecuador may consider political asylum for Syria's Assad, if asked

Quito - President Rafael Correa says that while Ecuador has not been asked to grant political asylum to the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, the country may consider it, if requested.

Video: Green Left TV interviews Christine Assange on Ecuador

Green Left TV is based in Australia. They recently interviewed Christine Assange about her son Julian and on her impressions of Ecuador as a democratic country.

Video: Ecuador President Rafael Correa on Assange's asylum

Quito - RT's Spanish channel interviews President Rafael Correa of Ecuador on the country's decision to grant asylum to Julian Assange.

Ecuador recalls UK ambassador for discussions on Assange

London - In the latest on the situation with the WikiLeaks founder, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has recalled his U.K. ambassador to discuss Julian Assange's bid for political asylum.
 

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