A woman holds a sign that reads in Spanish ‘Galapagos is not to be sold, but to be defended’ during a protest against plans to allow the US military to use an island. Photo: AP

Outcry as Ecuador allows US military to use Galapagos Islands airstrip

  • Political row sparked after Ecuador’s government gave US permission to use island for anti-narcotics flights
Topic |   Americas

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A woman holds a sign that reads in Spanish ‘Galapagos is not to be sold, but to be defended’ during a protest against plans to allow the US military to use an island. Photo: AP
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