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Ecuador president vows 'sovereign' decision on Snowden

QUITO (Reuters) - President Rafael Correa vowed on Monday that Ecuador's decision on the "complicated" asylum case of fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden would not be swayed by others.Full story

Ecuador's Congress approves thorny media law

QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuador's Congress on Friday passed a law creating a state watchdog to regulate newspaper and television content, a move critics called a blow to free speech but the government hailed as a step toward more balanced media. Full story

Factbox: Main opposition candidates in Ecuador's presidential race

(Reuters) - Ecuador's President Rafael Correa is the clear favorite to win re-election on Sunday as he has strong approval ratings and faces a fractured opposition. Full story

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