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Cuban boy at center of bitter custody battle across the sea speaks out
Elian Gonzalez, the Cuban boy who survived a perilous raft journey that killed his mother and became a symbol of troubled relations between the United States and Cuba has left the country for the first time since he was a little boy.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Beagle Hasn't Landed: The Story of the British Mars Probe "Beagle 2"
Launched in June 2003, the Beagle 2 Mars probe was intended to put British science back onto the world's scientific map, by searching Mars for signs of present or past life.
Journalists: Rising hostility to press in Ecuador
In this Oct. 21, 2013 photo, Journalist Juan Carlos Calderon talks during a meeting with his staff at the Plan V digital magazine offices in Quito, Ecuador.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Elian Gonzalez makes first trip outside Cuba since return from Miami
Elian Gonzalez, the focus of a bitter international custody dispute after he was rescued at sea as a child, left Cuba on Friday for the first time since 2000, when the U.S. government returned him to the island.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Ecuador Oil & Gas Report Q1 2014 - New Market Research Report
Moreover, while in the short term we anticipate only modest growth potential given above-ground challenges, the news that the government has opened blocks in the Amazon for drilling suggests upside risk to our pessimistic longer term forecasts.
Sarmiento to Handle Greeley Latin Ops
Greeley and Hansen has appointed Fernando Sarmiento to direct its Latin American operations, the engineering firm announced Tuesday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Ecuador Shuts Down Environmental NGO
QUITO, Ecuador-Ecuador closed a nongovernment organization focusing on environmental issues Wednesday after accusing it of interfering in political events.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Petroamazonas to explore blocks that don't receive bids -Correa
Ecuador's state company Petroamazonas will explore new oil blocks in the Amazon jungle if they fail to draw interest from foreign energy firms, President Rafael Correa said on Tuesday during a visit to the region.
Boisean to Shred the Gnar-in Ecuador
While many in Boise are getting ready to hit the slopes up at Bogus Basin and Brundage Mountain, one Boisean is getting ready to shred-in Ecuador.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Star Online
Sun-soaked winter holiday ideas
Sun-soaked holiday at beaches is the best way to help one escape the cold clutches of winter.
Odsy Vision: Broc and Hoang's Ecuadorian Adventure: Part 2: The Riding
You saw part one , so here's the fruits of Broc Raiford and Hoang Tran 's labors in Ecuador.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
On 'Hava Nagila'
I don't think music was a major part of most of her life, but in her later years, it revealed its power to connect her to those she loved, and, in turn, us to her.
Lansing State Journal
Michael Patrick Shiels: Sharing travel experiences enhances trip
When was the last time you received a postcard? I don't mean a junk mail postcard touting yard service or a tire sale; I mean a good, old fashioned "Wish You Were Here" postcard with, for instance, a photo of a Florida alligator or the Golden Gate Bridge.
Making life a little brighter for some of the poorest
Dr. Thomas King, center back, an orthopedic surgeon with the Knee, Hip and Shoulder Center at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, led a team to Ecuador for a week to perform knee replacements as he has done for the past nine years.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Post-Crescent Media's Scholars of the Week: Xavier
In addition to her commitment to academics, she is involved in extracurriculars including Honor Society, Hispanic Honor Society, and FBLA.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Broc Raiford & Hoang Tran in Ecuador - Part 1
Broc Raiford and Hoang Tran got invited to rep Odyssey down in Ecuador a few months back.
Ecuador oil block sale draws little foreign interest
Ecuador mustered bids for just four of 16 oil blocks it offered in its Amazon jungle region which could potentially contain a total of 1.5 billion barrels of crude.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
tame begins Guayaquil-New York JFK service
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Courthouse News Service
Closing Act for Chevron's RICO Claims Over Verdict in Ecuador
An American lawyer "shamed our profession" and "showed utter contempt for this court of law" in orchestrating a bribery conspiracy that helped a group of Ecuadoreans win a $9.5 billion verdict against Chevron, the oil giant's team told a federal judge Tuesday.
Death didn't change mission
Rudy Garcia didn't spend Friday glued to the televi- sion set watching memories of the John F. Kennedy assassination 50 years earlier.