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Ecuador protests erupt for sixth day over fuel subsidy cuts

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Ecuador protests erupt for sixth day over fuel subsidy cuts

Ecuador protests erupt for sixth day over fuel subsidy cuts

Protesters briefly bust through security lines and enter the National Assembly as anger over labour, tax reforms grows.

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