Ecuador-UK Dialogue for Assange Case Hopes to Be Resumed

3 Quito, Sep 5.- Ecuador hopes to resume this week a dialogue with Great Britain, to find a solution to the case of Australian journalist Julian Assange, so he can travel to the South American nation. Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino told local media that the order by his British peer William Hague seems fine, to resume talks as soon

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UNASUR: UK, Ecuador Must Understand Each Other with Mutual Respect

2 Quito, Aug 22.- The secretary general of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), Ali Rodriguez, said that the United Kingdom and Ecuador must understand each other in a sovereign way and on the basis of mutual respect to solve the crisis caused by the Assange case. "As established by the most elementary international practices of diplomacy and the

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Great Britain: Dengue Cases Increase

0 London, May 12. -The cases of dengue more than doubled in the UK, where its incidence is associated with visits to India and Thailand, health authorities announced. According to the Health Protection Agency (HPA), in 2010 there were 406 people infected during foreign travel, a figure higher than that of 2009 when 166 were diagnosed. Twenty-one percent of the

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Assange Fears for his Life if Extradited to USA

1 London, Dec 25. -WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, now free on bail in the UK, believes his extradition to USA is politically impossible because he is at risk of being killed there. Assange told The Guardian newspaper it would be unlikely for British authorities to hand him over to the United States if he has public support in the UK.

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