Ecuadorian University Hit By 6th Explosion In 7 Months - Reports
The University of Guayaquil in Ecuador has once again become a target for unknown criminals, who have detonated their sixth bomb on campus in seven months, local media reported
According to Comercio newspaper, the last explosion went off at 8:20 p.m. (01:20 GMT) on August 22. The bomb was reportedly planted in a corridor near the rector's office, and resulted in there being a hole in the floor and nearby buildings having the glass in their windows blown out.
Earlier, Roberto Passailaigue, the university's rector, said that the investigation into the previous explosions had not produced any results and called for a public-private partnership to provide security for the university.