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Mission trip to Ecuador gives perspective, helps locals

News Graphic 26 Dec 2023
Dr. David Hoddy has been traveling on medical mission trips to Ecuador for two decades ... Hoddy has now gone on 19 medical trips. The villages Hoddy has visited are mostly in the same remote area of southern Ecuador, along the Maranon River ... ... .
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An adventure in the wilds of the Amazon – without roughing it

The Daily Telegraph 18 Sep 2023
It’s a pygmy marmoset. the world’s smallest monkey,” Neycer grinned ... Set at the Amazon river’s head and flanked by its Ucayali and Maranon tributaries, Pacaya-Samiria is ­accessible only by boat ... .
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Foreigners on Peru riverboat freed after pollution protest

Federal News Radio 05 Nov 2022
Wadson Trujillo said the passengers, including citizens of Germany, Great Britain, Spain and France as well as Peru, set off along the Maranon River at 1.45 p.m ... along the Maranon River at 1.45 p.m.
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Indigenous group in Peru’s Amazon frees tourists after protest

Al Jazeera 05 Nov 2022
The chief of the indigenous group, Watson Trujillo, said all the tourists had departed along the Maranon River just after midday on Friday onboard the vessel named Eduardo 11, which had been held since the day before by residents of Cuninico.
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Tourists freed after kidnap by Amazon tribe over oil spills

Irish Independent 05 Nov 2022
The travellers had been detained overnight by local tribesmen as a protest to demand government attention to complaints of oil pollution.They were said to be safe and well last night.Tribal leader ...
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Tourists on Peru riverboat freed after pollution protest

Seattle PI 05 Nov 2022
Wadson Trujillo said the passengers, including citizens of Germany, Great Britain, Spain and France as well as Peru, set off along the Maranon River at 1.45 p.m.
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Indigenous people detain tourists in Peruvian Amazon after oil spill

RTE 04 Nov 2022
... damage from the 16 September spill of 2,500 tons of crude oil into the Cuninico river ... The government and police did not comment on the incident, which took place on a tributary of the Maranon river.
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British and American tourists are among 70 adults and children being held hostage on a ...

The Daily Mail 04 Nov 2022
... damage from the September 16 spill of 2,500 tons of crude oil into the Cuninico river ... The government and police did not comment on the incident, which took place on a tributary of the Maranon river.
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Indigenous people detain passengers aboard Peru riverboat

The Los Angeles Times 04 Nov 2022
Wadson Trujillo said the foreign passengers include citizens of Germany, Britain, Spain and France who had been traveling along the Maranon River when the vessel named Eduardo 11 was halted Thursday by residents of Cuninico.
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British tourists in Peru held on boat seized over Amazon oil spill dispute released

ITV 04 Nov 2022
According to local reports by TV Peru Noticias, indigenous Cuninico people took control of the Maranon river in the Urarinas, northern Peru, in a demonstration over an oil leak in the area on 16 September.
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Foreigners aboard Peru riverboat held in pollution protest

San Francisco Chronicle 04 Nov 2022
Wadson Trujillo said the foreign passengers include citizens of Germany, Great Britain, Spain and France who had been travelling along the Maranon River when the vessel named Eduardo II was halted Thursday by residents of Cuninico.
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Equilibrium/Sustainability — Hurricane Ian severs sole connection to Gulf islands

The Hill 29 Sep 2022
Blocking a river in the Amazon. Indigenous activists in Peru on Wednesday blockaded the Maranon River in a protest over the spilling of 2,500 barrels of oil in the Amazon rain forest, ...
photo: Creative Commons / LollyKnit from Maryland
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Peru indigenous groups block river in the Amazon after oil spill

Reuters 29 Sep 2022
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Peru: Months after huge earthquake, survivors feel abandoned

Al Jazeera 02 May 2022
Communities along the turbulent Utcubamba and Maranon rivers lost everything. their homes, livelihoods, schools and health centres ... But today, many are blaming Castillo’s government for their ongoing predicament ... .
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‘Agaton’ leaves one dead in Negros Occidental

The Philadelphia Inquirer 13 Apr 2022
... early 30s, was drunk when he crossed the Himoga-an River in Sagay City on Tuesday, April 12, Sagay Mayor Alfredo Maranon III said.

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