One person was killed and 85 injured Wednesday as two strong aftershocks shook Ecuador a month after a devastating earthquake left some 700 dead, President Rafael Correa said.
"We regret to report the death of one adult," Correa told a press conference after Ecuadorans were awakened by a 6.8-magnitude quake, followed by another measuring 6.7.
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