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Ecuadorean Indigenous Group Announces Direct Talks With Moreno

Anti-government protesters set fire to the parliament building in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso, October 30, 2014. Thousands of protesters marched on Burkina Faso's presidential palace after burning the parliament building and ransacking state television offices on Thursday, forcing President Blaise Compaore to scrap a plan to extend his 27-year rule. Emergency services said at least three protesters were shot dead and several others wounded by security forces when the crowd tried to storm the home of Compaore's brother. Security forces also fired live rounds and tear gas at protesters near the presidency in the Ouaga 2000 neighborhood. REUTERS/Joe Penney (BURKINA FASO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)


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Demonstrators gesture during a protest against Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno’s austerity measures in Quito, Ecuador October 12, 2019.

AN indigenous gathering in Ecuador that has driven enormous fights to restore a fuel endowment reported on Saturday that it has chosen to hold direct converses with President Lenin Moreno, the primary indication of a potential leap forward in a contest that has activated over seven days of agitation.

Ecuador’s capital Quito was shaken right off the bat Saturday in a tenth day of conflicts over Moreno’s severity plan, with police terminating nerve gas at nonconformists and access streets to the city’s air terminal blocked.

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