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How the Bolivian people defeated the coup

The analyst and politician spoke to TeleSur about what happened on Wednesday in La Paz and what was behind the foiled attempt to subvert democracy

The Bolivian people defeated another coup

People responded en masse after military forces had mobilized to the center of La Paz and surrounded the Palace of the Government

Milei’s hallucination: Iranian troops in Bolivia and Hezbollah in Chile

Argentine Minister of Security made statements accusing Bolivia and Chile of hosting Iranian soldiers and members of Hezbollah, in a clear escalation against its neighbors

Bolivia severs ties with Israel over crimes against humanity

Bolivia becomes first Latin American country to cut ties with Israel since October 7

Bolivia’s ruling party confirms Evo Morales’ candidacy and Luis Arce’s ouster

The growing divisions between Luis Arce and Evo Morales came to ahead in the party’s congress held this week

Venezuela, Bolivia aim to join BRICS (1)
Bolivia and Venezuela express interest in joining BRICS

The governments of Bolivian President Luis Arce and Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro have officially applied to join the BRICS economic bloc and contribute in building a multipolar world

Evo Morales: “If lithium were in the hands of the states, we would be a world power”

The pre-candidate for president of Unión por la Patria, Juan Grabois, and the former president of Bolivia call for the nationalization of natural resource

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Far-right Bolivian leader Luís Fernando Camacho gets three months of preventive detention

Camacho, who has been in preventive detention since December 2022 under various cases, now stands accused of the crimes of breach of duty for alleged irregularities in the purchase of a fire truck

Bolivian President Arce hopes for a “sincere dialogue” with Chilean authorities on sovereign access to sea

During the commemoration of the Battle of Calama, Bolivian President Luis Arce called on his Chilean counterpart Gabriel Boric to initiate a new stage of bilateral relations and address the historical issues that separate the two nations

Criminal proceedings against Jeanine Áñez over Senkata massacre begin in Bolivia

In November 2019, at Áñez’s orders, security forces brutally repressed protesters who had blockaded the Senkata gas plant as a part of the anti-coup protests, massacring 10 protesters and injuring over a hundred

Former minister in Bolivia’s coup government convicted in the US

Arturo Murillo was arrested in the US in May 2021, after fleeing Bolivia in November 2020. He pleaded guilty to the crimes of bribery and money laundering on October 20, 2022

Bolivian far-right groups continue retaliatory attacks on public infrastructure

Extremist groups are protesting the arrest and sentencing of far-right opposition leader and governor of Santa Cruz, Luis Fernando Camacho