Ecuador leader compares Jewish victims to Libyans

Jewish leaders are expressing outrage over a statement Ecuador's President Rafael Correa made about Argentina's worst terrorist attack.


Correa told a TV interviewer that he's familiar with the 1994 bombing that killed 85 people in the AMIA Jewish Center in Buenos Aires. He called it "a very painful part of Argentina's history," but then suggested that the United States and its allies pose a greater danger than Iran, which Argentina's government believes organized the attack. (AP)