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Ecuador's former president found guilty of corruption

WorldNews Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Ecuador's former president found guilty of corruptionQUITO — An Ecuadorian court sentenced former president Rafael Correa on Tuesday to eight years in prison after finding him guilty of corruption charges. Correa, who was in office from 2007...
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