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Thousands of Ecuador indigenous protesters march on capital

Indigenous demonstrators drive past burning road blockades while heading towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators drive past burning road blockades while heading towards the capital Quito after a weemore

Indigenous demonstrators drive past burning road blockades while heading towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous demonstrators gather around burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators gather around burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after amore

Indigenous demonstrators gather around burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous demonstrators walk past burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators walk past burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a weemore

Indigenous demonstrators walk past burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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A member of Ecuadoran security forces throws a tear gas canister as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

A member of Ecuadoran security forces throws a tear gas canister as indigenous demonstrators march towards themore

A member of Ecuadoran security forces throws a tear gas canister as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Members of the Ecuadoran military stand guard as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Members of the Ecuadoran military stand guard as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito aftemore

Members of the Ecuadoran military stand guard as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous demonstrators gather around burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators gather around burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after amore

Indigenous demonstrators gather around burning road blockades while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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A man is helped by emergency medical workers after being affected by tear gas fired by security forces as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

A man is helped by emergency medical workers after being affected by tear gas fired by security forces as indimore

A man is helped by emergency medical workers after being affected by tear gas fired by security forces as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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A protestor takes cover in the grass after security forces fired tear gas as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

A protestor takes cover in the grass after security forces fired tear gas as indigenous demonstrators from acrmore

A protestor takes cover in the grass after security forces fired tear gas as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous demonstrators drive past a burning road blockade while heading towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators drive past a burning road blockade while heading towards the capital Quito after a wemore

Indigenous demonstrators drive past a burning road blockade while heading towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous demonstrators gather while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators gather while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the more

Indigenous demonstrators gather while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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An indigenous demonstrator interacts with a member of the Ecuadoran military while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

An indigenous demonstrator interacts with a member of the Ecuadoran military while marching towards the capitamore

An indigenous demonstrator interacts with a member of the Ecuadoran military while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Protestors gather on the street as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Karen Toro

Protestors gather on the street as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to more

Protestors gather on the street as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Karen Toro
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Protestors gather around a burning street blockade as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20.  REUTERS/Karen Toro

Protestors gather around a burning street blockade as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on thmore

Protestors gather around a burning street blockade as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20.  REUTERS/Karen Toro
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Travellers wait at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport for transportation while the road leading to the airport is blocked by demonstrators in Quito, Ecuador, June 21. REUTERS/Santiago Arcos

Travellers wait at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport for transportation while the road leading to the amore

Travellers wait at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport for transportation while the road leading to the airport is blocked by demonstrators in Quito, Ecuador, June 21. REUTERS/Santiago Arcos
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Tear gas fired by security forces blankets a road as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Tear gas fired by security forces blankets a road as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito more

Tear gas fired by security forces blankets a road as indigenous demonstrators march towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous demonstrators step across a burnt road blockade while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous demonstrators step across a burnt road blockade while marching towards the capital Quito after a wemore

Indigenous demonstrators step across a burnt road blockade while marching towards the capital Quito after a week of protests against the economic and social policies of President Guillermo Lasso, in Machachi, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Protestors gather on the street as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Karen Toro

Protestors gather on the street as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to more

Protestors gather on the street as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito to urge President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Karen Toro
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Riot policemen stand in line as Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Riot policemen stand in line as Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the more

Riot policemen stand in line as Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Protestors gather around burning road blockades as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito urging President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Protestors gather around burning road blockades as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the cmore

Protestors gather around burning road blockades as indigenous demonstrators from across Ecuador march on the capital Quito urging President Guillermo Lasso to agree to demands for economic and social support, in Quito, Ecuador, June 20. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's Presimore

Indigenous people coming from other communities arrive to Quito following the protests against Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso's economic and environmental policies, in Quito, Ecuador, June 19. REUTERS/Johanna Alarcon
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