More Bolivia Articles

  • Bolivian president vows to expand coca crops

    LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — Bolivian President Evo Morales has been re-elected head of the country's largest union of coca growers and promises to expand crops if he wins a third term as the nation's leader. Morales told union members Sunday that Bolivia needs a new law regarding coca production....

  • Man wounds 11 in Bolivia airport knife attack

    LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — An emotionally disturbed farmer wielding a kitchen knife went on a rampage in the terminal of the La Paz international airport Thursday, stabbing 11 people, authorities said. Hospital officials said most of the wounds did not appear to be life-threatening although eight...

  • Bolivia rebels at rightist timepieces, flips clock

    LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — Bolivia's leftist government is turning back the clock. Or, more precisely, turning it backward. The government this week flipped the clock atop the Congress building so that while it's accurate, the hands now turn to the left, a direction known elsewhere as...



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