Rolls Royce At
Asian Aero Show
Russia Wants Aero Loans
Aristide Getting Back In
Rio Plata Dolphins Mentioned
Paki Power Struggle
Iraqi Mosque Blasted
The 2/22/06 Reuters/Yahoo slop at right
didn't even say why they were abducted.
Or, say what penalty the suspects face.
Ecuadorean pipeline workers being held in a pumping station
overtaken by protesters were freed on Wednesday during
negotiations to end the
demonstration that closed a key pipeline,
an official said. An official of the
company that operates the
pipeline said it was not clear if the 24 workers
released, were rescued or walked out by themselves
after troops held
negotiations with protesters barricaded
inside the Sardina station, located 55
miles east of Quito.