A Bolivian town was in mourning on Saturday after at least five supporters of deposed president Evo Morales were shot dead by security forces. Emotions were raw as relatives of the dead draped Bolivian
At least eight people were killed and dozens injured in the Bolivian city of Sacaba on Friday, after security forces fired on supporters of ousted president Evo Morales, according to the Associated Press.
Postelection violence causing turmoil in the South American nation of Bolivia could “spin out of control” if officials resort to the use of disproportionate force, the United Nations human rights chief
At least five people were killed in Bolivia on Friday as supporters of former President Evo Morales clashed with police in the rural region of Cochabamba, according to local media. Emer McCarthy reports.
Venezuela’s flagging opposition movement has hit the streets for its first major protests in months, as leaders sought to reignite their campaign to force Nicolás Maduro from power after his leftist ally
Morales was forced to step down on November 10 following a disputed presidential election, which opposition parties accused him of attempting to rig and an Organization of American States report said be
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia’s interim government said on Friday it had asked Venezuelan officials to leave the country, and accused Cubans, including doctors, of instigating unrest after the resignation
The circumstances of Bolivian President Evo Morales’s resignation Nov. 10 have sparked fierce international debate this week. But whether you believe the leftwing leader was forced out by a thinly veiled
Bolivia protests: five killed in rally calling for exiled Morales’s return Witnesses say police opened fire on protesters near Cochabamba, where pro- and anti-Morales supporters have clashed for weeks
Local media are reporting that several people have been detained and some have been injured. Riot police also fired tear gas at rock-throwing demonstrators in La Paz, Bolivia’s capital. Elderly people
The meteoric political journey of Evo Morales came to an end – for now, at least – right where it started: in a steamy jungle region of central Bolivia. It was in El Chapare that Morales cut his teeth