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Op-Ed: Many top Bolivia coup agents trained and supported by the US

The United States played a key role in the recent military coup in Bolivia. The US part in the coup has scarcely been sketched in most accounts of events that ended up forcing president Evo Morales to resign on November 10.

Mob seizes mayor in Bolivia drag her in the mud cut her hair

Patricia Arce the mayor of Vinto a city in central Bolivia of about 60,000 was hauled out of the local government building dragged in the streets, splashed with red paint, and had her hair cut by an angry mob last Wednesday.

Evo Morales poised for victory in Bolivia’s presidential election

Santa Cruz De La Sierra - Bolivian President Evo Morales is the heavy favorite to win, nearly unopposed, the presidential election on Sunday, Oct. 12. This would be his second re-election. Recent surveys indicate that Morales would win even in former opposition strongholds.

Bolivia declares Israel a terrorist state

Cochabamba - Bolivia has canceled a visa exemption agreement and declared Israel a "terrorist state" in protest of its deadly war in Gaza.

World's highest cable car network opens in Bolivia (Video)

La Paz - Bolivian President Evo Morales inaugurated the first segment of the world's highest cable car network Friday, which will take passengers from La Paz to nearby El Alto, at a height of up to 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) above sea level.

Continuation of whistleblower 'No-Fly Zone' policy and other news

London - The Government Accountability Project (GAP) has released a statement about the detention of David Miranda, Brazilian national and partner of whistleblower journalist Glenn Greenwald, and the Guardian reports an attack on its computers in the UK by GCHQ.

Russia: Protecting the American public from Obama's war on truth?

Who would have thought that the American people would be beholden to Russia for protecting our right to know if our government is spying on us? In granting Edward Snowden temporary asylum, has Russia rebelled against America’s crackdown on truth?

'Lo siento': Spain apologizes to Bolivia over Evo Morales debacle

La Paz - In the wake of the problems caused by various European countries believing NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, was on board the Bolivian president's plane recently, Spain has now officially apologized for its part in the whole mess.

Op-Ed: Nicolas Maduro–Protecting the American people & our Constitution

With law-breakers misusing their positions to spy on Americans, Edward Snowden has risked all to protect the right of the American people to know of their peril. Now, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has offered asylum to American hero Edward Snowden.

Bolivian president threatens to shut down U.S. embassy in Bolivia

Bolivian President Evo Morales has threatened to close down the U.S. embassy in his country, as a response to his plane being denied entry over French and other European airspace, forcing his jet to reroute and land in Austria.

Spain tries to defuse row with Bolivia over Morales' plane

Madrid - Spain is trying to defuse a diplomatic spat on Friday, over Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane and its diversion, due to suspicions that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was stowed-away on board.

Op-Ed: Bolivia claims that US tried to 'kidnap' president Morales

Quito - After France, Spain, Portugal, and Italy denied permission for a plane carrying Bolivian president Evo Morales to pass through their air space, the plane was redirected and had to land in Vienna.

France issues apology over Bolivian presidential plane incident

The French government has issued an apology to Bolivian President Evo Morales after it refused to allow his airplane to cross over French skies, believing that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was onboard the plane.

Ricardo Patiño: Bug found in Ecuador's London embassy

Quito - Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño revealed at a news conference in Quito that a hidden spy microphone had been uncovered in the office of the Ecuadorian ambassador to London, Ana Alban.

Bolivian President Evo Morales to expel USAID

La Paz - Bolivian President Morales is expelling the US Agency for International Development. He accuses the organization of attempting to impose its own will on the country and of fomenting protests against his government.

Op-Ed: Evo Morales catches U.S. Government undermining democracy

For decades, the U.S. Government has used death squads and torture to control Latin Americans. Now, courageous leaders like Bolivia's Evo Morales have learned to protect their democracies by expelling over-reaching American agencies, like the USAID

Op-Ed: Bolivia nationalizes Spanish company operating airports

La Paz - Bolivia nationalized the company that runs the three largest airports in Bolivia because the government claims the company did not invest in improving the airports.

Bolivia takes state control of Spanish power company subsidiaries

La Paz - Bolivian President Evo Morales yesterday announced the nationalization of utility companies owned by Spanish based energy group Iberdrola, the latest in a series of nationalizations of key Bolivian industries.

Is the US infecting South American leaders with cancer?

One of the Socialist leaders in South America has presented as a possibility that the United States is responsible for the outbreak of cancer in South American leaders.

Chile and Bolivia have heated argument over ocean access in UN

New York - The presidents of Chile and Bolivia discussed conflicting maritime issues dating back to 1879 in their respective speeches at the 66th General Assembly of the United Nations.

Bolivia President recognizes Palestine as a sovereign state

Igua - During a summit of the South American trade bloc Mercosur, Bolivia President Evo Morales announced that his country will recognized Palestine as a sovereign state based on the 1967 borders.

Bolivian President Morales delves in endocrinology, transgenics

Cochabamba - In a speech at the Global People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of the Mother Earth, President Evo Morales of Bolivia said that industrial chickens and transgenics cause homosexuality and baldness in men.

Bolivia wants coca leaves legalised

A drink made from Bolivian coca leaves is being sold in Amsterdam. The cocaine alkaloid is removed in the Netherlands. The drink's creators are building a brand-new market for the product - and it's all due to Bolivia's campaign to legalise the coca leaf.

Bolivia 'risks revolt over land'

Evo Morales, the indigenous president of Bolivia, has warned of mass demonstrations if the country's Senate does not approve his plans for land reform.

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