Ecuador Declares Internal Armed Conflict as Gunmen Take Over Live TV Broadcast and Narco Violence Spreads Across The Country

GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR - JANUARY 10: Police present detainees in the case of TC Televisión on January 10, 2024 in Guayaquil, Ecuador. President Noboa declared "internal armed conflict" after hooded and armed men broke into TC Television's live broadcast, among other violent incidents across the country on Tuesday. Ecuador has been hit by explosions, police kidnappings, and prison disturbances since Noboa on Monday declared a nationwide state of emergency after gang leader Adolfo "Fito" Macias escaped from a prison in Guayaquil. (Photo by Romina Duarte/Getty Images)
GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR - JANUARY 10: Police present detainees in the case of TC Televisión on January 10, 2024 in Guayaquil, Ecuador. President Noboa declared "internal armed conflict" after hooded and armed men broke into TC Television's live broadcast, among other violent incidents across the country on Tuesday. Ecuador has been hit by explosions, police kidnappings, and prison disturbances since Noboa on Monday declared a nationwide state of emergency after gang leader Adolfo "Fito" Macias escaped from a prison in Guayaquil. (Photo by Romina Duarte/Getty Images)
Ecuador Declares Internal Armed Conflict as Gunmen Take Over Live TV Broadcast and Narco Violence Spreads Across The Country
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