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Relatives of journalists Javier Ortega and Paul Rivas and their driver Efrain Segarra, who are believed to be held by dissident Colombian rebels, reveal their names during a demonstration in Quito on April 1, 2018.
The three, all working for the prominent Ecuadoran newspaper El Comercio, were seized early March 26 in the village of Mataje, in Esmeraldas province, according to officials. Ecuadoran Interior Minister Cesar Navas told journalists ahead of a meeting with relatives of the abducted on Saturday that "they were well, and the situation is stable."   / AFP PHOTO / Cristina VEGA        (Photo credit should read CRISTINA VEGA/AFP/Getty Images)
Relatives of journalists Javier Ortega and Paul Rivas and their driver Efrain Segarra, who are believed to be held by dissident Colombian rebels, reveal their names during a demonstration in Quito on April 1, 2018.
The three, all working for the prominent Ecuadoran newspaper El Comercio, were seized early March 26 in the village of Mataje, in Esmeraldas province, according to officials. Ecuadoran Interior Minister Cesar Navas told journalists ahead of a meeting with relatives of the abducted on Saturday that "they were well, and the situation is stable."   / AFP PHOTO / Cristina VEGA        (Photo credit should read CRISTINA VEGA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Con tristeza y con voz tajante, el presidente de Ecuador Lenín Moreno indica que han sido tolerantes y que da un plazo de 12 horas para que los "narcos" entreguen pruebas de vida de los comunicadores secuestrados hace 17 días. Moreno agregó que habló con su homólogo de Colombia, el presidente Juan Manuel Santos, y que le comunicó que deben tomar acciones contundentes y que no pueden dejar que los secuestradores impongan sus reglas.