Ecuador's President Rafael Correa delivers a speech in Quito, Ecuador, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. A strike by a broad coalition upset with President Correa virtually paralyzed the capital, provincial cities and stretches of the Panamerican highway. The protesters are indigenous activists, unionists, environmentalists and members of the traditional political opposition.
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa delivers a speech in Quito, Ecuador, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. A strike by a broad coalition upset with President Correa virtually paralyzed the capital, provincial cities and stretches of the Panamerican highway. The protesters are indigenous activists, unionists, environmentalists and members of the traditional political opposition. Dolores Ochoa AP
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa delivers a speech in Quito, Ecuador, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. A strike by a broad coalition upset with President Correa virtually paralyzed the capital, provincial cities and stretches of the Panamerican highway. The protesters are indigenous activists, unionists, environmentalists and members of the traditional political opposition. Dolores Ochoa AP

After taking aim at media, Ecuador goes after free-speech organization

September 09, 2015 08:34 PM

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