The death toll from Ecuador's devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake last week has risen to 654 people, the country's emergency management authority said on Saturday.
Last Saturday's quake, the worst in nearly seven deca
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake shook Ecuador's already devastated Pacific coast before dawn on Wednesday, terrifying residents and hindering rescuers searching for survivors of an even bigger quake at the weekend which killed more than 500 peopl
A 6.2 earthquake shook the coast of Ecuador on Wednesday, just days after a bigger quake battered the area and killed nearly 500 people in a blow to the country's already fragile economy.
The latest earthquake hit 70 km (44 mi
The death toll from Ecuador's biggest earthquake in decades soared to 262 on Sunday as survivors cobbled together makeshift coffins to bury loved ones, lined up for water and sought shelter beside the rubble of their shattered homes.
A powerful earthquake killed at least 77 people, injured hundreds more, ravaged coastal towns and sent residents fleeing for higher ground in Ecuador on Saturday night.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck off Ecuador's Pacific
Latin America's oil exporters, including Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico, are discussing the possibility of pushing for higher oil prices ahead of a meeting of Opec and non-Opec producers in March, according to Ecuador's Presid
Ecuador is targeting a 31 per cent increase of its non-oil exports including flowers, banana and other processed food to the UAE.
The total value of the country’s non-oil exports to the UAE has reached $3.65 million as of th
Trading companies in the UAE are increasingly looking to Ecuador for imports, with a planned $3.5 million to be spent on Ecuadorian products, following their recent trade mission to the country.
The top four Ecuadorian produ
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