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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

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

Camacho Bolivia 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

Chile rallies behind Peru’s coup government

Evo Morales harshly criticized the move by the Boric government which occurred just after Peruvian congress approved the entry of hundreds of US troops for training activities

Daily Round-up | Sudan, Israel to sign formal peace treaty & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of developments in the normalization of ties between Sudan and Israel, the condemnation of war-mongering by the US, a summit between Spain and Morocco, and the resettlement of a Guantanamo Bay detainee

Progressive leaders chart new path for region at CELAC summit

The summit also marked the return of Brazil to CELAC after three years as well as of president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva who played an important role in the creation of the body.

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

Camacho Bolivia Far-right Bolivian leader Luis Fernando Camacho gets four months of pre-trial detention in coup case

Social movements across Bolivia that have been calling for Camacho’s arrest and sentencing saluted the move, but violent riots have broken out demanding his release in his home department Santa Cruz

Former minister in Bolivia’s coup government pleads guilty to bribery and money laundering in the US

Arturo Murillo, who served as government minister in the coup-installed regime of Jeanine Áñez, fled Bolivia to escape prosecution in a series of corruption and human rights violation cases

Bolivia mobilization Over one million Bolivians mobilize in support of President Luis Arce’s government

Workers from diverse sectors, peasants, students, and members of various Indigenous organizations and social movements from all nine departments of Bolivia arrived in capital La Paz to ratify their support for President Luis Arce and Vice President David Choquehuanca’s government