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Bolivia's election sparks protest as rivals clash over results

Oct 21 2019

LA PAZ Bolivia's electoral board released new data late on Monday that showed President Evo Morales had enough votes to win the hotly contested election, sparking allegations of fraud from the opposition and angry clashes in the streets.

Bolivia's 'Evo': socialist icon or would-be dictator?

Oct 18 2019

LA PAZ Bolivia will go to the polls on Sunday in an era-defining vote either to cement Evo Morales in power for a controversial fourth term or to dislodge the iconic left-wing leader, who has ruled the land-locked South American country for nearly 14 years.

Explainer: Bolivia's 'Evo' - socialist icon or would-be dictator?

Oct 18 2019

LA PAZ Bolivia will go to the polls on Sunday in an era-defining vote either to cement Evo Morales in power for a controversial fourth term or to dislodge the iconic left-wing leader, who has ruled the land-locked South American country for nearly 14 years.

Rains help douse Bolivian forest fires after two-month inferno

Oct 07 2019

LA PAZ Heavy rains over recent days in the Bolivian Amazon have helped put out forest fires that have raged for two months across the land-locked South American nation, charring more than 4 million hectares of land, local authorities said on Monday.

U.S. jury finds ex-Bolivia leader responsible for civilian deaths

Apr 03 2018

LA PAZ A U.S. jury on Tuesday found former Bolivian President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada and his defense minister responsible for civilian deaths during 2003 street protests in Bolivia, awarding $10 million in compensatory damages to victims' families.

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