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Ecuador faces rise in gang violence as president issues state of emergency

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Ecuador is facing a spike in gang violence as the county’s President Daniel Noboa issued a state of emergency. This comes after a group of men attacked a tv station on-air. Some U.S. airlines are halting flights to the country due to the increase in violence. 

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