Streets were turned to rivers in Bolivia after devastating floods swept through residential areas, forcing locals to salvage what they can from homes. Bolivia's civil defence has reported that 13,000 families have been left affected. No deaths have yet been reported.
‘The mask is their strongest identity: what makes them invisible but at the same time unites them’: Bolivia’s shoe-shiners are superheroes in Federico Estol’s photo-series
I oppose the intervention of Bolivia's security forces in the democratic process and their repression of Indigenous protesters. When the military intervened and asked President Evo Morales to leave, in my view, that’s called a coup.
Reporter gets pepper-sprayed in the middle of a live hit (by those forces of democracy) in Bolivia and plows right through it. This is impressive stuff, and helps reveal what’s going on there...