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Evo Morales

28 Dec 2019
Bolivia's Evo Morales joins the weekly gathering of the Argentine humanitarian movement, the 'Mothers and Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo', that campaigns for justice for those disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship.
23 Nov 2019
Bolivia's interim leadership has ordered Cuban doctors to leave and cut ties with Venezuela's socialist government. It accused the two socialist allies of ousted President Evo Morales of stoking protests.
27 Oct 2019
Evo Morales, the longest-serving president in South America, is seeking a controversial fourth term in Bolivia's elections on Sunday. But polls suggest the leftist indigenous leader has a tough fight ahead of him.
31 Aug 2019
"Our obligation as authorities is to join the firefighters in their work," says President Evo Morales as he helps combat wildfires during a flyover with members of the press over Bolivia's Tucavaca reserve.

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