by Astrid Arellano on November 24, 2023 The Cerro de Arcos reserve was founded in 2020, in southern Ecuador, to protect an endemic bird: the blue-throated star hummingbird (Oreotrochilus cyanolaemus), of which it is estimated that only between 80 to 110 mature...
Update to: New Megamaxi set to open in Cuenca in November Published: volume 8, Issue 1 Corporación Favorita inaugurated Wayra Plaza, its inaugural 'power center,' in Cuenca on Friday, November 24th, drawing a substantial early crowd. Álvaro Róthembach, the manager of...
Daniel Noboa has taken on the responsibility of leading a nation that is teetering on the edge of defaulting on its international loans, facing a potential increase in the poverty rate, and encountering limited options for securing additional funding.
New reunification process for Ecuadorian nationals targets migrants whose family members are legal permanent residents or citizens of the U.S.
Saquisilí, in the Cotopaxi province, is waiting on census results before they make a move, but in the Tungurahua town of Salasaca, the mayor says there are ready to use ‘indigenous justice’ to clear out foreigners.
Guillermo Lasso’s presidency, spanning nearly 30 months, will be remembered for an exacerbation of violence, intensified drug seizures, unbridled prison chaos, and a paradoxical rise in organized crime at the expense of common criminal activities. As the administration concluded on November 23, 2023, the prevailing sentiment was one of unfulfilled promises and mounting security challenges.
The Ministry of Energy has unveiled a comprehensive plan aimed at addressing the persistent issue of blackouts in the country. This initiative comes as a response to the recent challenges faced during the transition of power from the previous government to the current one, marked by unsuccessful attempts to secure additional electricity before the end of the term.
President Daniel Noboa is implementing a reserved policy on strategies to combat organized crime, marking a shift in the security landscape of his government.
Ah, buckle up, folks! Remember those amusement park rides that spun you so fast you’d revisit your lunch in reverse? Yeah, the “Tilt-A-Whirl,” the “Whip,” and the absurdly named “Vomit Comet.” Childhood memories, right? Well, my life recently decided to emulate these nausea-inducing adventures, minus the corndogs and fired clams – although, I wouldn’t mind […]
In shocking move, Vice President Abad ordered to move to Ecuadorian Embassy in Tel Aviv and become ‘a collaborator for peace’
President Daniel Noboa has intensified the estrangement within the Executive Branch by issuing a decree to overhaul the role of Vice President Verónica Abad. This restructuring, outlined in Executive Decree No. 30, places the Ministry of Labor and the National Planning Secretariat in charge of implementing the changes, signaling a significant reduction in the responsibilities assigned to Vice President Abad.