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Protest-hit Ecuador seeks foreign help, relocates government

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Ecuador sought mediation from the United Nations or Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday after six days of anti-austerity protests that have pushed President Lenin Moreno's government out of Quito and brought hundreds of arrests.
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