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Bolivian government and opposition coalitions to march on referendum anniversary

A year has passed since Bolivian voters denied President Evo Morales a chance at re-election in the February 21, 2016, referendum. The vote marked the first national defeat for Morales’ Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) party in a decade (although local election results have been mixed before). 648 more words

Bolivia

Election reflections: Ecuador and Bolivia

A politician who keeps his word? Who would’ve thought! But after a whole decade as Ecuador’s head of state, Rafael Correa is stepping down. Like, actually. 744 more words

Random Thoughts

Bolivia's constitutional crisis may explode onto the streets on #21F

The deepening constitutional crisis in Bolivia may just get worse this week, as both sides of the argument take to the streets on the 21 February, or #21F… 941 more words

Indigenous

Puma Cat

Wild animals are only wild until you present them to people. Somehow the most violent, contradictory and selfish species (humans) have a very calming effect on animals. 1,036 more words

South America

White Paradise: Uyuni

For english please look below! 👇🏻

San Pedro’dan Uyuni’ye her gün sabah 03:00’te otobüs kalkıyor. Öğlen vakitlerinde Uyuni’ye varmış oluyorsunuz. Tabii ki sınırda çok beklemezseniz. Ben aşırı beklemedim.

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Backpacker

Foreign-Funded NGOs in Ecuador: Trojan Horse for Intervention?

teleSUR | February 18, 2017

Ecuador has come under fire for scrutinizing non-profits like Accion Ecologica, many of whom get millions from Europe and North America.

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United States

Evo’s Bolivia Confiscates ‘Criminal’ U.S. Weapons Cargo*

Evo’s Bolivia Confiscates ‘Criminal’ U.S. Weapons Cargo*

The seized weapons were shipped in November 2016 from the Everglades port in Miami.

The National Customs of Bolivia confiscated a large cargo of military weapons from the United States on Friday, launching a criminal investigation of the case. 414 more words

Humanities