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The 50 Ecuadorian Students as they pled for help from Barbados to help them in their efforts to assist their country, which was devastated by a massive earthquake over the weekend.

The 50 Ecuadorian Students as they pled for help from Barbados to help them in their efforts to assist their country, which was devastated by a massive earthquake over the weekend.

These Ecuadorian students were busy making placards to highlight the grim reality being faced in their homeland, after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit on Saturday night.

These Ecuadorian students were busy making placards to highlight the grim reality being faced in their homeland, after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit on Saturday night.
 

(From right) Students Diego Morisillo, Henry Guatemal and co-ordinator of the English as a Second Language Course, Sonia Johnson, while speaking to the media in LT3 of the Cave Hill Campus yesterday.

(From right) Students Diego Morisillo, Henry Guatemal and co-ordinator of the English as a Second Language Course, Sonia Johnson, while speaking to the media in LT3 of the Cave Hill Campus yesterday.

Ecuadorian students at UWI shaken

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