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Global Cord Blood Banking Industry Report 2018: Approximately 450 Companies Offering Cord Blood Banking Services Worldwide

Dublin, Oct. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Cord Blood Banking Industry Report 2018" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.New themes are impacting the industry,..
Credit: GlobeNewswire - Published

Secret documents show plan to move Julian Assange to Moscow

Ecuador’s parliament has released previously secret documents revealing elements of a plan to move Julian Assange to Moscow – a plan apparently thwarted by the UK government.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Videos for Ecuador

Rainforest jumping spider feasts on long-legged fly [Video]Rainforest jumping spider feasts on long-legged fly  01:59

This video shows a tiny jumping spider from the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador feeding on a long-legged fly. Jumping spiders do not build a web to trap insects, but jump on their prey and grab it with..

Credit: Rumble - Published

Roasted Pig Head Sniffed Out By Customs Beagle At Airport [Video]Roasted Pig Head Sniffed Out By Customs Beagle At Airport  00:42

Hardy the beagle's nose is making news for detecting quite a unique item in a piece of luggage. It was a roasted pig's head discovered in a piece of luggage at the world's busiest airport. Matt Yurus..

Credit: CBS Dallas Digital - Published

Someone From Ecuador Tried To Bring A Roasted Pig Head To US In Checked Baggage [Video]Someone From Ecuador Tried To Bring A Roasted Pig Head To US In Checked Baggage  00:35

A traveler from Ecuador was caught trying to bring a roasted pig into the U.S.

Credit: Geo Beats - Published

Jumping spider from Ecuador at breakfast [Video]Jumping spider from Ecuador at breakfast  02:13

Jumping spiders, Salticidae are the largest family of spiders. They do not build a web to trap insects, but jump on their prey and grab it with the jaws. This little fellow from the Amazon rainforest..

Credit: Rumble Studio - Published

All creatures great and small get blessed by priest in Quito [Video]All creatures great and small get blessed by priest in Quito  00:33

Dogs, cats, pigs and rabbits, among others, were on their best behaviour as they were blessed by a priest and doused with holy water at the Church of San Francisco in the Ecuadorian capital of Quito on..

Credit: Ruptly TV - Published

Bizarre rainforest insect resembles a helicopter [Video]Bizarre rainforest insect resembles a helicopter  02:18

This is a treehopper from the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador. Treehoppers are insects related to cicadas and leafhoppers. Most treehoppers have a highly modified pronotum on the back, in this case..

Credit: Rumble Studio - Published

 

Julian Assange told to curb speech, tend to cat

Ecuador has reportedly laid out conditions for its "guest" Julian Assange, including curbing his speech and looking after his cat, if he wants internet access.
Credit: SBS - Published

BHP raises stake in Ecuador copper project

Mining giant BHP has upped its share in SolGold, bolstering its position against top shareholder Newcrest Mining as it eyes SolGold's promising Cascabel copper-gold project in Ecuador.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Ecuador partly restores Assange's internet

Julian Assange's access to the internet has been partly restored by the Ecuadorian government after intervention by UN officials, WikiLeaks says.
Credit: SBS - Published

Giant tortoises stolen from Galapagos

Ecuador's environment ministry has raised the alarm over the theft of 123 young giant tortoises.
Credit: SBS - Published

UK, Ecuador in negotiations to get Julian Assange out of embassy

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange could leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in "the medium term" under a deal being worked out with the UK, Ecuador says.
Credit: SBS - Published

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