Photographs by Rodrigo Abd and Dolores Ochoa The dreams, plans and even the lives of hundreds of families were shattered in one moment — 6:58 p.m. on April 16 — when a magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked the central coast of Ecuador.
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Post-Quake Jolt Hits Ecuador
A fresh tremor rattled Ecuador before dawn Wednesday, a magnitude-6.1 magnitude jolt that set babies crying and adults pouring into the streets, fearful of yet more damage following a monster earthquake over the weekend.
Pope Encountering Rich Indigenous Traditions
Photos by Dolores Ochoa Rich indigenous traditions dating back centuries before European priests arrived in the New World are on display throughout South America.
Over the last few weeks, we have gathered a selection of some of our favorite sports moments captured by AP photographers.
Abandoned Prison in Ecuador Bears Signs of Past
Photos by Dolores Ochoa Its cold walls are marked with words and colored murals, written and drawn over 139 years by prisoners ranging from chicken thieves to politicians. Rich and poor, good and bad, innocent and guilty, inmates used the walls to record their days living in this human storage facility known as the Garcia MorenoContinue reading “Abandoned Prison in Ecuador Bears Signs of Past”