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Telephone conversation with President of Bolivia Luis Arce

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.

VIDEO: Heavy rain in Bolivia's Cochabamba region has triggered floods and mudslides as the Taquiña River overflows. Locals report some people missing as search and rescue teams are called in

‘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

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A dog invaded a professional soccer match in Potosi, Bolivia, halting play for around three minutes 🐕⚽

The socialists appear to have won in Bolivia. Evo Morales is coming back.

It is six months since the coup against Evo Morales this week. We stand with people in Bolivia struggling for democracy, equality and social justice. @evoespueblo 

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I am very concerned about what appears to be a coup in Bolivia, where the military, after weeks of political unrest, intervened to remove President Evo Morales. The U.S. must call for an end to violence and support Bolivia’s democratic institutions.

We support @JeanineAnez  in Bolivia as she works to ensure a peaceful democratic transition through free elections. We denounce the ongoing violence and those that provoke it both in Bolivia and from afar. The U.S. stands with the people of the region for peace and democracy!

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.

Bolivian Police cutting the indigenous flag - which had been Bolivia's 2nd official flag - off their uniforms. This coup is literally the opposite of restoring democracy, which is how it's being depicted in the western press. It's violent, racist, imperial Christian fanaticism:

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...

Bolivia's military, with the support of the US, has forced the country's President, Evo Morales, to resign. Now, on live TV, they announced that the President & Vice President of the Election Court have been imprisoned. They were led into the room by masked soldiers. Watch:

Look at the long & growing list of nations who recognize the legitimacy of President Guaido in #Venezuela . Now compare that to the ones who still openly support Maduro: - Cuba - Turkey - Russia - Iran - China - Bolivia - Nicaragua

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