Supporters of presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso are confronted by the police near the National Electoral Council in Quito, Ecuador, Sunday. Ruling party candidate Lenin Moreno was declared the winner of Ecuador's presidential runoff Sunday, delivering a major setback to a recent right-ward surge in Latin American politics. Dolores Ochoa/AP hide caption

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Ecuador has been hosting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in its embassy in London for more than four years. Ecuador acknowledged Tuesday it has limited his Internet access because of the website's release of stolen emails that have affected the U.S. presidential campaign DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ecuadorian military and civilians perform cleanup and rescue operations on the streets of Portoviejo on Monday following a powerful earthquake on Saturday. Rescuers and desperate families clawed through rubble, pulling out survivors two days after an earthquake that has killed more than 400 people and devastated a tourist region of Ecuador. Juan Cevallos/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, seen here in a teleconference last month, has been under a constant police guard outside Ecuador's London embassy since June of 2012. Juan Mabromata/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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