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10 Oct
Anti-government coca leaf growers regain control of Bolivia's main legal coca market from a government-backed rival group, following weeks of clashes against the police.
1 Oct
Anti-government coca farmers throw homemade dynamite sticks at the police in La Paz, as they continue their attempts to regain control of the building that houses the coca market, which a rival group backed by the government forcefully took over.
27 Mar
In a long, emotional letter, former president Jeanine Anez said she was suffering abuse in pre-trial detention. She faces charges of leading a coup against her predecessor.
18 Jan
Heavy rain in Bolivia's Cochabamba region has triggered floods and mudslides as the Taquiña River overflows. Locals report some people missing as search and rescue teams are called in.
21 Dec 2020
One small step for David and Guido, one giant leap for Bolivia. Their legal marriage represents a milestone for same-sex marriage in the conservative Catholic country.
20 Dec 2020
Bolivia's stylish cholita luchadoras are back in the ring, having successfully wrestled lockdown in South America and bouncing to get back to work.
4 Oct 2020
The sudden resignation of three ministers has revealed a deep split in interim President Jeanine Anez's administration. It is the latest crisis to rock her government before the country heads to the polls on October 18.
22 Dec 2019
The coca farmers of Los Yungas, a region in the north of Bolivia, warn against lowering the price of coca, which is what continues to sustain them, and are urging a new government to support them.
18 Dec 2019
Facing xenophobia in many countries where they seek refuge, young Venezuelans are settling on street corners in downtown La Paz, Bolivia to sell candies to survive and to send a little money back home.
23 Nov 2019
Bolivia's president has hit out at police units in four regions for rebelling against the government amid mass protests. Evo Morales could struggle to get through his fourth term without the support of security forces.
16 Nov 2019
The Organization of American States is sending a team to launch a "binding" audit of Bolivia's presidential election. The opposition accuses officials of manipulating the count to ensure the reelection of Evo Morales.
15 Nov 2019
Who's who in Bolivia's political crisis

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