Correa Says Ecuador is Not a Polarized Country

2 Quito, Jan 2 . -President Rafael Correa said that Ecuador is experiencing a period of institutional consolidation of democracy and denied that the country is completely polarized between supporters and opponents of the government.Those who do not agree with the government are certain media and economic powers, said Correa in an interview with the newspaper El Comercio, and he

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Libya: Under Western Military, Media Seige

1 Tripoli, May 19. -Pro-Gaddafi forces clashed Thursday with armed rebels, backed by NATO air raids, in different areas of the country, while the government denied reports of desertions by officials and relatives of the Libyan leader. Gadaffi's supporters claimed to control strategic territories in the western highlands after intensifying their counteroffensive against opposition militias that attempted to establish another

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NATO Bombs Tripoli and Brega, Kills 16

4 Tripoli, May 14. -NATO planes once more bombed the Libyan capital and the oil city of Brega, killing at least 16 people, government sources informed, and denied stories concerning Muammar Gaddafi''s health. The main NATO target was a building located in the Bab Al-Aziziyah compound where Gaddafi usually resides, the local state television reported, but denied stories that Gaddafi

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