An anti-government protestor holds up a sign and a broom to “sweep away corruption” in Quito, Ecuador Thursday. As demonstrators prepared for the march, President Rafael Correa called on his supporters to gather in the city center to show support and prevent an alleged coup plot.
An anti-government protestor holds up a sign and a broom to “sweep away corruption” in Quito, Ecuador Thursday. As demonstrators prepared for the march, President Rafael Correa called on his supporters to gather in the city center to show support and prevent an alleged coup plot. JIM WYSS Miami Herald
An anti-government protestor holds up a sign and a broom to “sweep away corruption” in Quito, Ecuador Thursday. As demonstrators prepared for the march, President Rafael Correa called on his supporters to gather in the city center to show support and prevent an alleged coup plot. JIM WYSS Miami Herald

As Ecuador protests, president warns of coup

July 02, 2015 07:04 PM

UPDATED July 02, 2015 07:31 PM

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