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Ecuador seeks UN help as fuel hike protests intensify

WorldNews Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Ecuador seeks UN help as fuel hike protests intensifyQUITO, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- The Ecuadorian government Tuesday said it has asked the United Nations to help restore social peace as demonstrations over a fuel price hike intensified. "The Ecuadorian government has communicated to the United Nations' representative in Quito its willingness to receive the support of the UN conducive to restoring social peace and understanding in the country," the Ecuadorean Foreign Ministry...
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Violent protests over fuel price hike

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