President Rafael Correa: 'I know we're at the most difficult stage right now, but it's just the beginning'
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'The bones will be a really good example for our students to learn from'
The festival has a Brazilian theme, with hybrids such as Cambrias and Miltonias displayed alongside the more familiar moth orchids
'The health and wellbeing of all our team members is paramount, especially those females in the team of child bearing age'
Americans have been infected with Zika before, but the Hawaii case is believed to be the first involving a baby in the US
Argentinian police have reportedly arrested the man on suspicion of committing incestuous rape
A mother said she cried for a month when her daughter was diagnosed
He sold his business stakes, saying that he wanted ‘to stop selling people things they don’t need’
Conservative sentiment threatens to topple left and centre-left governments that came to power at turn of the millennium
The wreck was found off the coast of Catagena and supposedly is full of emeralds and gold and silver coins
Doctors believe the illness may be linked to a rise in cases of microcephaly in infants
Simon Parker learns to enjoy the wind beneath his wing
Paragliding, like most forms of light aircraft flying, relies on consistent high pressure and gentle winds in order to remain safe and enjoyable.
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McManaman expects Suarez to feature in the Reds' FA Cup fourth round tie with Bournemouth but accepts it's the Champions League that will keep him at Anfield