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Bolivia: Evo Morales proclaimed as the candidate of the people for 2019

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Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / February 22, 2018 Massive concentrations of people in 6 regions of the country proclaimed Morales as candidate for the 2019 elections, demanded the fulfilment of the 2025 Agenda and repudiated the actions of the “slanderous” right-wing. In La Paz, Cochabamba, Sucre, Potosí, […]

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Bolivia: A Yankee outburst or a Line of Action?

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By: Hugo Moldiz Mercado / Source: Cuba Debate / The Dawn News / August 15, 2017 This is a follow-up to the article titled “The USA is coming for Evo Morales, Brennan is launching an active measure against Bolivia”. Bolivia: A yankee outburst or a line of action? To answer […]

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Bolivia Calls on the US to Normalize Diplomatic Relations
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Bolivia Calls on the US to Normalize Diplomatic Relations

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Source: TeleSUR / The Dawn News / January 20, 2017 Through two Twitter posts, Bolivian President Evo Morales expressed his government’s willingness to normalize diplomatic relations with the US. Last Friday, Morales tweeted in Spanish: “We hope to work with the new government of the US to restore normal diplomatic […]

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A Lake in Bolivia Dries Up
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A Lake in Bolivia Dries Up

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Source http://glacierhub.org/ In December 2015, while the world’s eyes were on the UN Climate Conference in Paris, Bolivia’s Lake Poopó—once the country’s second-largest lake, with an area of 2700 square kilometers–dried up completely. This event was first recognized by the regional government, located in Oruro, and soon drew national and international […]

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WikiLeaks Cables Reveal US Gave Millions to Bolivian Separatists
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WikiLeaks Cables Reveal US Gave Millions to Bolivian Separatists

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The US gave millions of dollars to a separatist movement in Bolivia and knew of attacks planned by militant opposition groups, according to documents from 2006-2009 obtained by WikiLeaks. Documents obtained by WikiLeaks which date back to 2006 reveal that the US was in contact with Bolivian opposition groups and gave millions of dollars to a […]

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Summit on Latin American Youth Struggle

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By REDH / Source humanidadenred.org.ve / The Dawn / February 12, 2016. The Ministry of Youth of the District Government Capital (Caracas, Venezuela) and the Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social Movements in Defense of Humanity held, on February 11, a Summit on the struggles of Latin American youth in […]

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