As part of an ambitious restoration project, an ancient species of land iguana returned to Santiago Island after 200 years.
A court in Ecuador has rejected Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's lawsuit and ruled that he must abide by the London embassy's new rules.
A remote Andean village in Ecuador celebrates the peculiar "collective suicide" ritual of migratory birds into their sacred lake.
The colonial centre of the Ecuadorean capital Quito is being transformed by the annual Fiesta de la Luz (Festival of Lights).
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is under fire once again - this time from the government of Ecuador.
In a surprise announcement the ruling Country Alliance party, which won Sunday's election, called on the National Electoral Council for an immediate vote recount.
Supporters of conservative Ecuadorean presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso clashed with police in the streets of Guayaquil on Sunday April 2, after it appeared leftist Lenin Moreno was poised to win
Former banker Guillermo Lasso is set to face narrow defeat but has already announced he disputes the result
Leftist government candidate Lenin Moreno has claimed victory in Ecuador’s closely fought presidential election, but the right-wing challenger has disputed the result and called for a…
The presidential race in Ecuador is to go to a second round run-off between leftist government candidate Lenin Moreno and ex-banker Guillermo Lasso.
There have been protests in Ecuador after vote counting in the country’s presidential election dragged into a third day.
Leftist Lenin Moreno leads in Ecuador's presidential election, but he may not have enough votes to avoid a run-off.
Ecuadoreans are voting in an election that could see the country turn its back on a decade of left-wing rule.
Ecuador's ruling Socialists are hoping Lenin Moreno will be able to carry forward the Correa legacy as the country votes for a new president on Sunday.
Brussels (AFP) – Talks on a vast free-trade deal between the EU and US are likely to be “frozen” for years after the stunning election victory of Donald Trump, the EU said on…
Ecuador’s government has confirmed it had temporarily cut internet access for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
At least one person has died and dozens have been injured after two earthquakes shook Ecuador, which is still reeling from a massive tremor last…
Euronews reporter Monica Pinna visits Ecuador after the earthquake hit the country on April 16. The city of Manta in the central area was hardest
The full consequences of catastrophe in Equador have yet to be realised. The earthquake and aftershocks impacted on nearly two million people, the
Ecuador’s earthquake hit provinces have become the centre of national and international aid. The city of Manta in the central area was hardest hit
A plane carrying 93 passengers skidded off the runway after landing during heavy rain in southern Ecuador on Thursday. It happened at Cuenca airport
Aid is continues to arrive in quake struck Ecuador.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is stepping up assistance to Ecuador’s most vulnerable areas following last week’s (April 16)
Another strong earthquake has struck Ecuador, less than a week after Saturday’s (April 16) deadly tremor. The epicentre of Thursday’s (April 21)
The human cost of last weekend’s earthquake in Ecuador continues to mount. On Wednesday the number of people confirmed to have died stood at 570. In