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Environment
Environment
Tungurahua Volcano Erupts - 04 Feb 2014
16 PICTURES
Travel
Travel
Galapagos Islands - 03 Sep 2013
12 PICTURES
Disaster
Disaster
Tungurahua Volcano Erupts - 22 Aug 2011
12 PICTURES
Environment
Environment
Ecuador's Amazon Protection Plan - 15 Sep 2010
20 PICTURES
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August 05, 2010
ECUADOR-OIL/ - Map of Ecuador locating the oil reserves within the Yasuni National Park in the Amazonian...
Ecuador
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ECUADOR-OIL/ - Map of Ecuador locating the oil reserves within the Yasuni National Park in the Amazonian forest. Ecuador has approved an international trust fund that will compensate the nation in exchange for its pledge not to exploit the oil reserves beneath the park. RNGS. (SIN01)
ECUADOR-PIPELINE/
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February 27, 2009
A view of an oil spill on the Santa Rosa river February 26, 2009. A rupture in Ecuador's second largest...
Santa Rosa, Ecuador
A view of an oil spill on the Santa Rosa river
A view of an oil spill on the Santa Rosa river February 26, 2009. A rupture in Ecuador's second largest oil pipeline has polluted the Santa Rosa river in the lush Amazon jungle and shut off the flow of crude to a Pacific port in the city of Esmeraldas. The OCP pipeline, which pumps around 130,000 barrels of heavy crude per day, ruptured late on Wednesday. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
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March 10, 2008
A passenger bus is trapped in debris as journalists arrive at the site of a mudslide in Mancha Grande...
MANCHA GRANDE, Ecuador
A passenger bus is trapped in debris as a journalists arrives at the site of a mudslide in Mancha Grande...
A passenger bus is trapped in debris as journalists arrive at the site of a mudslide in Mancha Grande zone, Manabi province March 10, 2008. REUTERS/Enrique Hernandez (ECUADOR)
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February 24, 2008
A woman stands outside her flooded home in this aerial picture taken in Babahoyo February 23, 2008. Torrential...
BABAHOYO, Ecuador
A woman stands outside her flooded home in this aerial picture taken in Babahoyo
A woman stands outside her flooded home in this aerial picture taken in Babahoyo February 23, 2008. Torrential rains have flooded several coastal cities in Ecuador. REUTERS/Stringer (ECUADOR)
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February 24, 2008
An aerial view of flooded houses in Babahoyo February 23, 2008. Torrential rains have flooded several...
BABAHOYO, Ecuador
An aerial view of flooded houses in Babahoyo
An aerial view of flooded houses in Babahoyo February 23, 2008. Torrential rains have flooded several coastal cities in Ecuador. REUTERS/Stringer (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR-VOLCANO/
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February 08, 2008
Tungurahua volcano spewed molten rocks and ashes during an eruption in Banos February 7, 2008. Hundreds...
Banos, Ecuador
Tungurahua volcano spewed molten rocks and ashes during eruption in Banos
Tungurahua volcano spewed molten rocks and ashes during an eruption in Banos February 7, 2008. Hundreds of poncho-clad Ecuadorean peasants were evacuated from their hamlets near the roaring "Throat of Fire" volcano on Thursday only hours after they had been allowed to return to their homes. REUTERS/Stringer (ECUADOR)
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February 08, 2008
Tungurahua volcano spewed molten rocks and ashes during an eruption in Banos February 7, 2008. Hundreds...
Banos, Ecuador
Tungurahua volcano spewed molten rocks and ashes during eruption in Banos
Tungurahua volcano spewed molten rocks and ashes during an eruption in Banos February 7, 2008. Hundreds of poncho-clad Ecuadorean peasants were evacuated from their hamlets near the roaring "Throat of Fire" volcano on Thursday only hours after they had been allowed to return to their homes. REUTERS/Stringer (ECUADOR)
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January 11, 2008
Tungurahua volcano spews molten rocks and gas in Banos early January 11, 2008 . The Tungurahua, or "Throat...
Banos, Ecuador
Tungurahua volcano spews molten rocks and gas in Banos
Tungurahua volcano spews molten rocks and gas in Banos early January 11, 2008 . The Tungurahua, or "Throat of Fire" in its native Quichua language, has increased its activity over the past week, forcing the evacuation of more than 700 villagers living near the crater. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
Society
Society
The Galapagos Islands - 30 Apr 2007
26 PICTURES
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 17, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is seen from the tourist resort town of Banos, 178 km (110 miles) south...
Banos, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is seen from Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is seen from the tourist resort town of Banos, 178 km (110 miles) south of Quito, July 17, 2006. Tungurahua has been increasingly active since May, when it blew out big clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Raul Diaz
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July 17, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is seen from the tourist resort town of Banos, 178 km (110 miles) south...
Banos, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is seen from Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is seen from the tourist resort town of Banos, 178 km (110 miles) south of Quito, July 17, 2006. Tungurahua has been increasingly active since May, when it blew out big clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Raul Diaz
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July 16, 2006
A man carries donated bread in his hat at the village of Bilbao, located at the foot of Tungurahua volcano,...
Bilbao, Ecuador
Man carries donated bread in his hat at the village of Bilbao
A man carries donated bread in his hat at the village of Bilbao, located at the foot of Tungurahua volcano, July 16, 2006. Tungurahua, located about 80 miles (130 km) south of Quito, has been increasingly active since May, when it blew out big clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
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July 16, 2006
Villagers remove ashes spewed by Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano over the last three days from their roof...
Bilbao, Ecuador
Villagers remove ashes spewed by Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano
Villagers remove ashes spewed by Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano over the last three days from their roof at the village of Bilbao, located at the foot of the volcano, July 16, 2006. Tungurahua, located about 80 miles (130 km) south of Quito, has been increasingly active since May, when it blew out big clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 16, 2006
Ecuador's Tunguharua volcano is seen from a farm 17 km (11 miles) away from the crater July 16, 2006....
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tunguharua volcano is seen from a farm
Ecuador's Tunguharua volcano is seen from a farm 17 km (11 miles) away from the crater July 16, 2006. Tungurahua, located about 80 miles (130 km) south of Quito, has been increasingly active since May, when it blew out big clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 16, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews molten rock and large clouds of gas and ash close to Banos, 178 km...
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews molten rock and large clouds of gas and ash
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews molten rock and large clouds of gas and ash close to Banos, 178 km (110 miles) south of Quito, July 16, 2006. Tungurahua has been increasingly active since May, when it blew out big clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
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July 16, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts as seen from a farm in Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of...
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts as seen from a farm in Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts as seen from a farm in Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
A combination photo shows Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupting near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles)...
Ambato, Ecuador
Combination photo shows Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupting near Banos
A combination photo shows Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupting near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. Photos taken July 15, 2006. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR
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July 15, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006....
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006....
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006....
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006....
Ambato, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
Hot lava flows from Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito,...
Ambato, Ecuador
Hot lava flows from Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano near Banos
Hot lava flows from Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano near Banos, about 80 miles (130 miles) south of Quito, July 15, 2006. The volcano, whose name means "throat of fire" in the indigenous Quichua language, spewed ash, gas and molten rock for a second day on Saturday, driving hundreds of evacuated villagers into nearby schools and churches in search of refuge. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
Children with their donkey and dog are escorted by police rescue officers from the Cusua village in the...
Ambato, Ecuador
Children are escorted by police rescue officers from Cusua
Children with their donkey and dog are escorted by police rescue officers from the Cusua village in the laps of Ecuador's Tunguharua volcano, some 178 km south of Quito July 15, 2006. Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spewed ash, gases and molten rocks on Friday, forcing authorities to evacuate four nearby villages after the crater registered its most volatile activity since a 1999 eruption. REUTERS/Raul Diaz (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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July 15, 2006
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano, located about 81 miles (129 km) south of Quito, spews ash, gases and molten...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews ash, gases and molten rocks
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano, located about 81 miles (129 km) south of Quito, spews ash, gases and molten rocks on Friday forcing authorities to evacuate four nearby villages after the crater registered its most volatile activity since a 1999 eruption July 15, 2006. Tungurahua has been increasingly active since May when it shot out large clouds of hot gas and prompted officials to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Stringer (ECUADOR)
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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May 17, 2006
A view of Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano in Banos, 125 km (78 miles) south of Quito, May 17, 2006. Tungurahua...
Quito, Ecuador
A view of Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano in Banos
A view of Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano in Banos, 125 km (78 miles) south of Quito, May 17, 2006. Tungurahua volcano increased its activity on Wednesday, spewing large clouds of hot gas and prompting the government to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Stringer
ECUADOR VOLCANO
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May 17, 2006
A view of Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano in Banos, 125 km (78 miles) south of Quito, May 17, 2006. Tungurahua...
Quito, Ecuador
A view of Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano in Banos
A view of Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano in Banos, 125 km (78 miles) south of Quito, May 17, 2006. Tungurahua volcano increased its activity on Wednesday, spewing large clouds of hot gas and prompting the government to renew a limited state of emergency in nearby towns. REUTERS/Stringer
ECUADOR VOLCANO ERUPTION
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May 16, 2006
Central Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano emits plumes of water vapor, volcanic gases and ash during an eruption...
Quito, Ecuador
Lava flows down the Ecuadorean Tungurahua volcano during an eruption in Banos, Ecuador
Central Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano emits plumes of water vapor, volcanic gases and ash during an eruption near Banos 125 km (77.7 miles) south of Quito, May 15, 2006. Tungurahua volcano is maintaining a "high level" of seismic activity, with repeated explosions, Geophysics Institute spokesman Andres Ruiz said Monday, according to Ecuavisa television. REUTERS/Stringer
ECUADOR VOLCANO ERUPTION
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May 16, 2006
Lava flows down the Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano (background) during an eruption near Banos 125 km (77.7...
Quito, Ecuador
Lava flows down the Ecuadorean Tungurahua volcano during an eruption in Banos, Ecuador
Lava flows down the Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano (background) during an eruption near Banos 125 km (77.7 miles) south of Quito, May 15, 2006. Tungurahua volcano is maintaining a "high level" of seismic activity, with repeated explosions, Geophysics Institute spokesman Andres Ruiz said Monday, according to Ecuavisa television. REUTERS/Stringer
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE
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November 12, 1998
Minister of the Environment from Ecuador, Yolanda Kakabadse, speaks during the eleventh day of the United...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ENVIRONMENT MINISTER KAKABADSE OF ECUADOR SPEAKS AT UN CLIMATE CONFERENCE.
Minister of the Environment from Ecuador, Yolanda Kakabadse, speaks during the eleventh day of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, November 12. The conference went into its most crucial phase as environment ministers and secretaries from many of the world's countries made speeches before the November 13 closing.

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