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  • The helmets were distributed in the city of Ambato which is about 80 miles south of the capital, Quito.

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  • He has large haciendas at Ambato and Latacunga, and down the coast is he interested in oil-wells.

    The Madness of John Harned

  • "Judge Lenin Mayorga informed me this week by phone that because my daughter is an American citizen that the United States must investigate ... we [in the city of Ambato] cannot," Gloria told me on Saturday.

    Julie Araskog: Will the U.S. Ignore the Murder of a Young American Abroad?

  • Gloria also saw a report in the Ambato local paper that showed her daughter's body being removed from the crime scene along with a plastic bag containing a knife and a cell phone.

    Julie Araskog: Will the U.S. Ignore the Murder of a Young American Abroad?

  • Another troubling fact: Daniela became reacquainted with a man in Ambato who the family had met a few times.

    Julie Araskog: Will the U.S. Ignore the Murder of a Young American Abroad?

  • Ambato is a bit further north, 30 kilometers, perhaps?

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  • Ambato is a bit further north, 30 kilometers, perhaps?

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  • The next morning had us once again on the road, heading for the central valley and south beyond the cities of Latacunga and Ambato to Baños, the gateway to the Pastaza gorge and the road back across the Andes to the Amazon.

    One River

  • The civil war lasted six years, finally ending in 1532 with the death of Huascar on a battlefield close to the modern Ecuadorian city of Ambato.

    One River

  • The next morning had us once again on the road, heading for the central valley and south beyond the cities of Latacunga and Ambato to Baños, the gateway to the Pastaza gorge and the road back across the Andes to the Amazon.

    One River

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