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In Bolivia, bodies are piling up at homes and on the streets again, echoing the horrific images of last summer, when a deadly surge in coronavirus infections overwhelmed the country’s fragile medical system. The Bolivian...


Flash floods have killed at least four people in the Bolivian city of Sucre, police say. Following a heavy hailstorm which lasted about half an hour, some of the city's steep streets became fast-flowing rivers. Water rus...


Bolivia’s outgoing parliament approved a motion recommending that ex-interim president Jeanine Anez and her ministers face justice for responsibility over last year’s unrest which left around 30 people dead.


A judge in Bolivia has annulled the arrest warrant which had been issued for ex-President Evo Morales last year for alleged sedition and terrorism. Mr Morales is living in exile after leaving Bolivia in November 2019 ami...


On Sunday, Bolivian voters delivered what looks like a landslide presidential election victory to Luis Arce, a Morales ally and former finance minister. Though the official counting of ballots was not complete, exit poll...


Exit polls issued early Monday showed Bolivia's socialists taking a seemingly insurmountable lead in the country's bitterly fought presidential election, a result that, if confirmed by the official tally, would amount to...


Bolivians go to the polls on Sunday in a tensely awaited presidential election, held in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.


For Bolivia, the pandemic has been just part of the turmoil over the past 12 months. A disputed election, Deadly riots. The toppling of Bolivia’s first Indigenous president in what his backers considered a coup. The rise...


Authorities claim that rising cocaine seizures along the Bolivia-Brazil border have come as a direct result of stepped-up enforcement, but such interceptions suggest drug smuggling in the porous zone continues and may ev...


Bolivia declared a state of disaster due to wildfires ravaging forested and agricultural areas in the eastern part of the country, President Jeanine Anez said on Thursday.

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