Ecuador Has 'Temporarily Restricted' Julian Assange's Internet
The Wikileaks founder's host admit that it cut off Assange's internet access at its embassy in London.
Two Aftershocks Rattle Earthquake-Weary Ecuador
Ecuador, still recovering from the economic and human toll of the major earthquake that rocked the South American country last month, was hit with two aftershocks today, hours apart. The first one struck shortly before 3 a.m. local time and had a shallow depth of about 20 miles below the earth's
6.7-Magnitude Aftershock Rattles Earthquake-Weary Ecuador
Ecuador, still recovering from the economic and human toll of the major earthquake that rocked the South American country last month, was hit this morning by a 6.7-magnitude aftershock.
Rescuers Pull 72-Year-Old Man From Rubble 13 Days After Ecuador Earthquake
Nearly two weeks after a 7.8-magnitude struck Ecuador, killing at least 654 people, a Venezuelan rescue crew pulled a 72-year-old man from the rubble of a building, the Venezuelan embassy in Quito announced Saturday. According to a statement released by the embassy, Manuel Vasquez was discovered by
6.0-Magnitude Aftershock Strikes off the Coast of Ecuador
A 6.0-magnitude aftershock struck off the coast of Ecuador Thursday night, the U.S. Geological Survey has confirmed. According to the USGS, it was centered 33 kilometers (20.5 miles) north-northwest of Bahia de Caraquez, a coastal city of about 20,000, where the main economic activity is shrimp
Ecuador's Canoa Beach Hotel a Devastating Scene after Deadly Earthquakes
We're here with Greg Gilliam he is the owner of the kind no one beach hotel hearing canola one of the coastal towns here that was hard hit. Greg from Kentucky Greg you've got a makeshift what hospital I think here at what is this. Which we have at the hospital we have that these ladies are doctors
Rescuers Continue to Look for Survivors After Devastating Earthquake in Ecuador
Sonar equipment and trained dogs are deployed to search the rubble for signs of life.
Service Dogs Assist in Rescue Efforts After Ecuador Earthquake
Lenox, a service dog in Ecuador specially trained to search for survivors, signaled to its handler this morning that he may have found someone alive beneath the rubble. Amid the destruction in Ecuador following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake last Saturday, it is up to dogs like Lenox, and his
Homeless After Earthquake in Ecuador
One family is now living in a soccer field, just steps from their destroyed home.
Lenox, a Service Dog, Is Helping to Save Lives in Ecuador
Following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake, the Red Cross is using a K-9 unit to sniff survivors out from the rubble.