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How did Bolivia end up in democratic crisis?

Reuters Sunday, 10 November 2019
Bolivia's President Evo Morales, Latin America's longest standing leader, is facing the severest challenge since he took power in 2006, with weeks of protests and signs his support is waning after disputed elections last month.
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Evo Morales Evo Morales Former Bolivian President and politician

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Luis Arce promises to ‘rebuild’ Bolivia after huge election win

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Luis Arce presumed winner of Bolivia presidential election [Video]

Luis Arce presumed winner of Bolivia presidential election

Rival concedes as Evo Morales’s party celebrates big comeback that could further polarise the nation.

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Bolivia's socialists claim victory in presidential election

Bolivia's socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win the country's presidential election without the need for a run-off, an unofficial count indicated on Monday, putting the leftwing party of Evo Morales on the brink of a return to power. Colette Luke has the latest.

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Polls close in Bolivia’s high-stakes presidential election [Video]

Polls close in Bolivia’s high-stakes presidential election

Vote follows a year of political turmoil in the Andean nation following the removal of former President Evo Morales.

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Bolivia Bolivia Landlocked country in South America

Bolivia election: Morales says will return to Bolivia sooner or later [Video]

Bolivia election: Morales says will return to Bolivia sooner or later

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Latin America Latin America Region of the Americas where Romance languages are primarily spoken

Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre explore the soul of Latin America [Video]

Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre explore the soul of Latin America

What happens when a famous tenor and a master of the harp get together? The result is a very special programme: Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre present the 'Serenata Latina' – “Across Latin America”. Latin American melodies intimate – in this edition of Musica on euronews and

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Venezuelans migrate again after COVID-19 restrictions eased [Video]

Venezuelans migrate again after COVID-19 restrictions eased

Venezuelan migrants are on the move once again as Latin America's borders and economies reopen after months of coronavirus lockdown.

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Once home to one of Latin America's most notorious prisons, San Lucas is now a tourist paradise [Video]

Once home to one of Latin America's most notorious prisons, San Lucas is now a tourist paradise

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