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Rescue efforts underway after massive landslide in Bolivia
Bolivian rescue teams and residents of a hillside neighbourhood in La Paz attempt to recover what is left of their homes and belongings after a landslide struck, triggered by heavy rain and runoffs.
Venezuela's Maduro starts second term in isolation
The Organization of American States voted not to recognize the legitimacy of Maduro's second, six-year term. Cuba, Bolivia and Georgia were among the few states to send delegates to the swearing-in ceremony.
'World's biggest flag'
11 Mar 2018
Bolivia unfurled a nearly 200-kilometer long (124 miles) bright blue flag on Saturday in a show of support for the landlocked country's bid to regain sovereign access to the sea.
Protesters across Bolivia rally against government health policies
28 Dec 2017
Doctors, medical professionals and students take on riot police over new malpractice law in Bolivia.
Bolivian bridge washed away by raging river
27 Dec 2017
A bridge in Bolivia collapses into a flooded river.
Bolivia beat Messi-less Argentina 2-0 in qualifier
29 Mar 2017
Argentina coach Edgardo Bauza has a bad day at the office after losing Lionel Messi and the Bolivia match.
Bolivians rally against Morales' bid for re-election
22 Feb 2017
Opponents of President Evo Morales gather in capital La Paz to protest against his bid to run for a fourth term in office.
Fourteen tons of marijuana burned in Bolivia
12 Jan 2017
Three fields of marijuana are set on fire by Special Bolivian forces in Cochabamba.
Castro death doesn't end battle against US imperialism - Morales
27 Nov 2016
The fight against inequality and American 'domination' will carry on despite the death of 'our commander' Fidel Castro, says Bolivian President Evo Morales.
Copa America: Highlights of Chile’s 4-2 win over Bolivia
15 Jun 2016
Chile are into the quarter-finals of the Copa America Centenario after a 4-2 win over Bolivia