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Tsunami Alert! 8.2 Earthquake strikes Mexico, Strange Lights in the Sky, was it HAARP?

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These lights are treated as a “myth” or “conspiracy”. The “authorities” claim that “it is not clear what causes them and they have never actually been proven”. The death toll in the 8.2-magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico on Friday continues to rise, local authorities report. Three people were killed in the state of Chiapas, while two children died in... 

Presidential candidate asks Assange to leave the Embassy, Assange asks him to leave Ecuador

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Julian Assange has “cordially” invited the losing presidential candidate to “leave Ecuador within 30 days” using similar language as Guillermo Lasso, who promised to expel the WikiLeaks founder from the Ecuadorean embassy in London should he win. In the run-up to Ecuador’s presidential elections, conservative candidate Lasso promised that he “will cordially ask Senor Assange to leave”... 

40 Volcanoes Erupting Right Now As The Crust Of The Earth Becomes Unstable

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Have you noticed that our planet has begun to shake, rattle and roll? Over the past few days we have seen major volcanic eruptions in Costa Rica and Indonesia, and according to Volcano Discovery 40 volcanoes around the planet are erupting right now as you read this article. Meanwhile, earthquakes continue to shake the globe with alarming regularity. Just last week, Ecuador was hit by a magnitude 6.7... 

How To Get Prepared For The Coming Earthquakes And Volcanic Eruptions

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All over the world seismic activity is increasing. In recent weeks we have seen a dramatic earthquake in Ecuador, more than 600 earthquakes have experts extremely alarmed about what is happening to Japan’s southern Island, and 37 volcanoes around the planet are erupting right now. Most of the large earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that we have witnessed lately have come along the Ring of Fire,... 

Ecuador quake death toll surges to over 400

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The death toll from Ecuador’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake rose to 413 on Monday, with many victims still believed to be trapped under the rubble. Rescue efforts are ongoing, with nine countries sending experts to help out. Over 2,000 people were injured in the quake. Most of the victims were from the western city of Portoviejo, which is home to 200,000 residents. “The pain is immense, but the spirit... 

South America slams US-led airstrikes in Syria

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South American countries have denounced the US airstrikes on ISIL militants in Syria as the violation of the country’s sovereignty. In a Foreign Ministry statement, Ecuador described the air raids as a “violation of the state of Syria’s sovereignty and a threat to its territorial integrity.” “The actions they carried out go against international rights, for they have not been recognized... 

Julian Assange plans to leave embassy 'soon'

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Julian Assange plans to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in the near future, he told a press conference at the embassy’s London compound, where he’s been holed up for two years. The WikiLeaks founder gave no further details. “I am leaving the embassy soon, but perhaps not for the reasons [reported],” he told journalists, refusing to clarify what his reasons are. Speaking at the... 

We don't need permission to trade with Russia - Ecuador

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Ecuador doesn’t need anybody’s permission to export agricultural products to Russia, which now has a big gap that needs to be filled after it banned supplies from a number of western countries, said President Rafael Correa. “I want to immediately say that we don’t need to get anybody’s permission to sell products to friendly countries: as far as we know Latin America isn’t a part of the... 

Ecuador expels 20 US military staff over espionage fears

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Ecuador has ordered 20 US military staff working at the US Embassy in Quito to leave the country by the end of the month. US embassy spokesman Jeffrey Weinshenker said on Thursday that the group was ordered to halt work on April 7, The Associated Press reported. Officials in Washington say the 20 people have not yet left the South American country. They say the expulsion does not affect the embassy’s... 

Ecuador to sue UK at international courts over Assange case

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Julian Assange giving a speech from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on August 19, 2012 Ecuador has threatened to launch a legal action against Britain over the status of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange if London rejects a bilateral commission proposal. In an interview with the South American country’s public radio on Friday, Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said Quito will have no... 

Germany, Brazil enlist 19 more countries for anti-NSA UN resolution

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Twenty-one countries, including US allies France and Mexico, have now joined talks to hammer out a UN resolution that would condemn “indiscriminate” and “extra-territorial” surveillance, and ensure “independent oversight” of electronic monitoring. The news was reported by Foreign Policy magazine, which has also obtained a copy of the draft text. The resolution was proposed earlier this... 

Ecuador Shows Biblical Giant Humans to the World

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In Loja province, Southern Ecuador and Peru border, many strange relics have been uncovered. Bones and full skeletons very similar to those of humans but of incredible size. These artifacts have been watched over for many years by several guardians in the beautiful valleys of that Province. By far the most famous and well known of these “guardians” was Father Carlos Miguel Vaca, who guarded until... 

Ecuador reveals details on London Embassy surveillance

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An image of the hidden microphone used to bug an office in Ecuador’s London embassy, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been living for over a year, was revealed by Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino during a press conference Wednesday. Patino told reporters the recording device was found beneath a desk in the office belonging to Ana Alban, the Ecuadorean Ambassador to the United Kingdom, according... 

Ecuadorian President slams US press over Snowden asylum scandal

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Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa came up with scalding online remarks over criticism his country faced from the US press for potentially granting asylum to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. “They’ve managed to focus attention on Snowden and on the ‘wicked’ countries that ‘support’ him, making us forget the terrible things against the US people and the whole world that he denounced,”... 

Ecuador FM confirms asylum request from NSA leaker

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Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino The foreign minister of Ecuador says his country is considering a request for asylum from the National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden who is being persecuted by the United States. Ricardo Patino also questioned on Monday the concept of treason charges against NSA leaker Edward Snowden, adding that the alleged US surveillance program is a rights abuse... 
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