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The Worst Boyfriend in Bolivia

New York Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
If Bolivia's widening political scandal were to be turned into a soap opera, a fitting title would be “Heartless Ex-Boyfriend.
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Bolivia enacts law allowing transsexuals to change ID documents - ‎May 21, 2016‎
"It is social hypocrisy to deny their existence." Bolivia's legislature passed the law on Friday, despite protests from Catholic and Evangelical churches demanding more debate.

Tensions Rise between Chile and Bolivia over the Perceived State of the Former's Military Base near the Silala River

Council On Hemispheric Affairs - ‎May 23, 2016‎
A number of days ago, Bolivia's President Evo Morales accused Chile of occupying a military facility nine miles from the shared Bolivian-Chile border in Cariquima, close to the contested Silala River. While border patrols, including setting up military ...

Bolivia Implements Gender Identity Law

The Argentina Independent - ‎May 24, 2016‎
The new law was celebrated by Bolivia's LGBT community. “This is the start of a legal existence for trans people,” wrote the Igualdad LGBT Foundation.

Firm economics help Bolivia buck commodities downturn

Financial Times - ‎May 17, 2016‎
Bolivia has done it twice. Not only does Latin America's poorest nation control the world's largest reserves of lithium, a mineral whose spot price has tripled in the past year thanks to surging demand for electric cars and their new-generation ...
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Bolivia reveals its Copa America Centenario roster

Sports Illustrated - ‎May 21, 2016‎
Copa America Centenario longshot Bolivia released its roster for friday, with manager Julio Cesar Baldivieso turning to a 23-man squad of which the majority is based in Bolivia's domestic league. Just five of the 23 play club soccer outside of Bolivia ...
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Bolivia to invest over US700mn in airports

Business News Americas (subscription) - ‎May 24, 2016‎
Bolivia's government plans to invest 5.13bn bolivianos (US$718mn) in airport construction over the next five years, part of a drive to ... Subscriber-Only Content. BNamericas develops thousands of news articles, analyses and features every month ...
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Bolivia's indigenous women scaling new heights - ‎May 16, 2016‎
La Paz, Bolivia - Bolivia's indigenous women: Market traders, wives, mothers, traditional, submissive and marginalised.

Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Holds Unique Potential for Bolivia and Paraguay

Earth Island Journal - ‎May 19, 2016‎
An exploratory study by Brazilian energy experts projects that Bolivia and Paraguay together have the potential to become a global center of electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing, use, and export, thanks to their unique combination of natural resources.

Bolivian leader Morales' estranged son 'does not exist'

BBC News - ‎May 17, 2016‎
A Bolivian journalist who made headlines when he alleged that Bolivian President Evo Morales had a son whose existence had been unknown until then, now says the child never existed.

How to Cheat Death Cycling on Bolivias Death Road

Daily Beast - ‎May 22, 2016‎
How to Cheat Death Cycling on Bolivia's 'Death Road'. It has been dubbed 'the world's most dangerous road,' with hairpin turns, no guardrails, and sheer precipices.

Plummeting quinoa prices are hurting farmers in Peru and Bolivia

The Economist - ‎May 18, 2016‎
So between 2000 and its peak in 2014, the average price of quinoa exports from Peru and Bolivia more than tripled, to $6-7 a kilogram.

BacTech and Comibol sign contract for Telamayu tailings remediation in Bolivia

Mining Technology - ‎11 hours ago‎
Empresa Minera Ambiental BacTech, the 98%-owned Bolivian subsidiary of BacTech Environmental, has signed a ten-year contract with Corporación Minera de Bolivia (Comibol) for remediation of Telamayu tailings. The contract calls for the environmental ...

Movies|Review: 'A Moment of Silence' Follows the Evo Morales Era in Bolivia

New York Times - ‎May 19, 2016‎
Indigenous people, a majority in Bolivia, in the documentary “A Moment of Silence.” Credit Outsider Pictures. In Bolivia, chewing coca leaves is a centuries-old tradition among native groups. The crop they grow is an anchor of the local economy, as ...
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Guantanamo belongs to Cuba: Bolivia president

Anadolu Agency - ‎May 21, 2016‎
Bolivian President Evo Morales said Saturday that Guantanamo Bay will be returned to Cuba when the United States has an anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist president.

ENVIRONMENT: BacTech to remediate tailings in Bolivia

Canadian Mining Journal - ‎2 hours ago‎
TORONTO - BacTech Environmental Corporation announced that its 98% owned Bolivian subsidiary Empresa Minera Ambiental BacTech, has signed an association contract with Corporación Minera de Bolivia (COMIBOL), the state mining company of ...

Bolivia Hosts 8th South Americaâ Ã-s Archaeological Theory Summit

Prensa Latina - ‎May 23, 2016‎
... 8th South Americaâ�Ã-s Archaeological Theory Summit La Paz, May 23 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivian capital holds today the 8th South Americaâ�Ös Archaeological Theory (TAAS), a discussion event that gathers the fieldâ�Ös experts at a regional level.

How Bolivia's Children Are Being Exploited by a Failing Labor Law

TIME - ‎May 12, 2016‎
Now aged 20, Cornorin is a student of international business and an adviser to UNATSBO, the children's labor union that represents the interests of the more than 600.000 children working in Bolivia, both legally and illegally. Visitors to Bolivia will ...

Bolivia President's Ex-Girlfriend Accused of Leading Mafia - ‎May 15, 2016‎
Quintana also denounced Cristina Choque, the former director of the Social Unit (Unidad de Gestión Social) within the Office of the Presidency, for having led the operation with Zapata.
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Bolivia police, workers clash at protest over plant shutdown

OCRegister - ‎May 18, 2016‎
LA PAZ, Bolivia - Anti-riot police and workers clashed in Bolivia's capital during a protest against the government's decision to close the country's largest state-run textile company.