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Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa arrives at the Carondelet Presidential Palace in Quito on May 24, 2013 after being sworn in to a second term Friday, with energy reform and expanded overseas trade topping his agenda. AFP PHOTO/Pablo COZZAGLIOPABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa arrives at the Carondelet Presidential Palace in Quito on May 24, 2013 after being sworn in to a second term Friday, with energy reform and expanded overseas trade topping his agenda. AFP PHOTO/Pablo COZZAGLIOPABLO COZZAGLIO/AFP/Getty Images

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