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Ecuador Protests: Protesters, govt reach deal to end violence

Ecuador's president and indigenous leaders have reached an agreement to end nearly two weeks of violent protests. Demonstrations against an austerity package had paralysed the economy, and led to the deaths of seven people. The agreement to reverse the austerity measures suggests the government is walking away from a deal with the International Monetary Fund for a four billion dollar bailout.

Ecuador halts oil distribution amid protests | Money Talks

Ecuador halts oil distribution amid protests | Money Talks

2019 Review: Many South America countries hit by wave of protests

2019 Review: Many South America countries hit by wave of protests

Tunisia Protests: Thousands of soldiers deployed to restore order

Tunisia Protests: Thousands of soldiers deployed to restore order

Tunisia Protests: Demonstrations against austerity measures erupt

Tunisia Protests: Demonstrations against austerity measures erupt

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Climate, Covid-19 and terrorism top agenda at UN meeting

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Dozens of dogs left behind in Kabul sniff out new jobs at airport

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Demining efforts continue in Nagorno-Karabakh

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Camel cloning gains popularity in the Middle East

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Thousands of Haitians sent back from US border to Mexico

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Thousands attend Teknofest in Istanbul

Refugees deported from US plan to leave Haiti again

Refugees deported from US plan to leave Haiti again

Huawei executive lands in China after deal with US

Huawei executive lands in China after deal with US

UK to issue visas to ease lorry driver shortage

UK to issue visas to ease lorry driver shortage

Germany on cusp of post-Merkel era

Germany on cusp of post-Merkel era

Kurdish families return to Afrin

Kurdish families return to Afrin

US, Australia, India, Japan highlight need for 'stable' Pacific

US, Australia, India, Japan highlight need for 'stable' Pacific

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