Volume 3, Issue 41
From the week of May 12, 2019

Cuenca and its famous Cafés

Cuenca is famous for its plentiful and varied cafés. They’re all around the historic El Centro (Downtown), but you can… Read More

Ministry lowers health professionals’ internship payment, students protest

Early this April, a document was leaked to all the medicinal schools around the country. The document, signed by the Minister of Health, Veronica Espinosa, and the Minister of Work, Andres Madero, established a reduction of the ‘stipends’ for the health professional interns. The inter-ministerial… Read More

The new bus terminal for Gualaceo is finished

The building for the new modern bus terminal for the Gualaceo canton was inaugurated on Thursday, May 9th. This new building is three times larger than the previous terminal, and… Read More

A historic archeological complex left forgotten

The Chobshi-Shabalula archeological complex is a historic area with remnants of a very old town. From there, many ancient artifacts have been recovered, and you can see some of those… Read More

New tunnel to connect Quito and Guayaquil

President Lenin Moreno recently announced the starting of a new tunnel project between Quito and Guayaquil. This tunnel will go under the Bomboli mountain and will extend for an entire… Read More

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