Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, talks to residents of Jama in the coastal province of Manabi
Presidents of South American countries meet in Rio de Janeiro. From left to right: Rafael Correa (Ecuador), Evo Morales (Bolivia), Luís Inácio Lula da Silva (Brazil), Michelle Bachelet (Chile), Hugo Chávez (Venezuela) and Nicanor Duarte (Paraguay)
Ecuador approves Yasuni national park oil drilling in Amazon #rainforest. #Environment #Climate
President Rafael Correa addresses supporters from the balcony of Carondelet Palace in Quito (17 February 2013)
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Why Ecuador loves Rafael Correa It's not luck but good financial judgment that has set the president on the path to victory in forthcoming elections
After holding mass in Guayquil, Pope Francis (centre) will head back to Quito (pictured yesterday) where he will have a meeting with President Rafael Correa (right)
Rafael Correa: we helped Snowden by mistake Ecuador's president reveals the whistleblower was granted a temporary travel card at 4am 'without authorisation or validity'
A week after Ecuador's devastating earthquake, President Rafael Correa has said the number of fatalities has risen to 646. : Residents in the Ecuadorean town of Pedernales.
El presidente ecuatoriano, Rafael Correa, ha dicho que dimitirá si la Asamblea Nacional despenaliza el aborto como parte de una reforma del Código Penal.