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Bus crash kills at least 17 in Bolivia
LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — Bolivian police say a bus has crashed head-on with another vehicle and plunged down a deep ravine, killing at least 17 people and leaving 15 others injured.
Andres Oppenheimer: Trump administration silent on Bolivia
When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited a number of Latin American countries last week, he made several speeches denouncing the dictatorships of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. But, regrettably, he didn’t say a word about Bolivia.
Bolivia Gives Evangelicals the Same Religious Freedom Rights as Catholics
Evangelicals in Bolivia received a major religious freedom boost this week from the same administration that banned evangelism last year. Months after Evo Morales criminalized proselytizing—before swiftly reversing course—the Bolivian president reached out to Christians to help draft legislation to
17 dead after bus falls into ravine in Bolivia
A bus fell 200 meters into a ravine, leaving 17 people dead after a collision involving two trucks, Bolivian police said on Monday. The bus was attempting to overtake a truck on Sunday night when it crashed head-on into another to the north of La Paz, police chief Yuri Calderon said.
Miss Bolivia Joyce Prado Stripped Of Her Title For Getting Pregnant
Joyce Prado, a 22-year-old model who was recently named Miss Bolivia Universe, has been stripped of her title just a few months into her reign after announcing that she was pregnant.
How Bolivia’s Morales Weathered Latin America’s Backlash Against the Left
Not much remains of the “pink tide” of leftist governments that swept across Latin America in the 2000s, riding the long commodities boom. After the boom came the bust, and with it widespread voter dissatisfaction. Where free elections have been held, most of the region has subsequently swung to the
HARTLEY MILLER’S HART ATTACK – (To Bolivia and back) April 19TH, 2019 EDITION 728
Have you ever left your comfort zone, doing something that you have never done before?. I am not a very adventurous person especially as the years tick by. It may sound boring but I enjoy being close to home.
Bolivia's indigenous mark Palm Sunday with annual fair
EL ALTO, Bolivia – Thousands of indigenous people are marking Palm Sunday with an annual agricultural fair in the suburbs of one of Bolivia's largest cities. The so-called Palm Sunday Fair, which began as a way to recreate the livestock markets of biblical times, is currently dominated by all sorts
Bolivia to be completely food independent in 2020 by investing in small farmers
Not only are big concentrated animal feeding operation’s (CAFO) contributing to environmental decline but they are not helping with food security. And neither is all that GM corn and rice. While the “U.N.-led 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” which launched in September 2015 wants you to thi
Bolivia (Plurinational State of): Bolivia: Floods Emergency Plan of Action Update DREF Operation no. MDRBO012
Source: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies Country: Bolivia (Plurinational State of) According to Ministry of Defence reports, 79 municipalities (of 338 in the country) are under a state of disaster and 25 are under a state of emergency as of April 8. A total of 47,125
Miss Bolivia vacates crown, unable to ‘fulfill her obligations’ after becoming pregnant
Miss Bolivia has agreed to forfeit her crown after learning she had become pregnant; Fox News has learned. In a statement from Bolivia-based modeling agency Promociones Gloria, Joyce Prado, 22, who won the Miss Bolivia crown last year, is said to have spoken to agency owner Gloria Mariana Limpias ab
Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Democratic Principles in Bolivia
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) applauded the Senate for unanimously approving their bipartisan resolution supporting democratic principles and standards in Bolivia and throughout Latin America.
Major Lakes In Bolivia
Bolivia is a country located in the western-central part of South America. The landlocked country has an area of 1,098,581 km2 and a population of 11,428,245. Bolivia contains three distinct physiographic regions: the Andean region, the Sub-Andean region, and the Llanos region. The country also cont
Ten years on, family of Irishman killed in Bolivia still wait for answers
Michael Dwyer: The Bolivian state’s version of what happened leading up to and during the police raid in which Dwyer was killed has been contradicted by eyewitnesses and leaked video from inside the investigation.
Beauty queen stripped of crown after officials learn she is pregnant
Joyce Prado, 22, was crowned as Miss Bolivia Universe 2018 in June. But before making it to the end of her reign, she lost her titles as both Miss Bolivia and Miss Santa Cruz just days before she shared some personal news on Sunday.
What Type Of Climate Does Bolivia Have?
Bolivia is a landlocked nation located in central South America. Its neighboring countries are Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Peru, and Brazil. Covering 424,164 square miles of land area, Bolivia had an estimated population of 11,307,000 as of 2018.
Oruro’s colorful Carnival in Bolivia draws thousands
Each year a town in Bolivia holds its own version of Carnival. It lasts ten days and includes a three-day-long procession featuring 50 groups of folk dancers. The spirited celebration pays tribute to Andean gods and divinities.
Tender/ deadline extension: EOI surface studies consultancy, geothermal, Bolivia
Bolivian power utility ENDE has extended the deadline for its open call for Expressions of Interest for consultancy services on surface studies for the geothermal project planned at Empexa, Bolivia.
Oak Lawn Students Raising Money To Finish Building Hospital In Bolivia; ‘It Goes All Back To Helping The Other Man’
CHICAGO (CBS) — Six students at Oak Lawn Community High School have raised nearly $20,000 to help finish building a hospital in a struggling corner of Bolivia. Each deserves congratulations, but CBS 2 Morning Insider Vince Gerasole is going to introduce you to one in particular, 17-year-old senior J
Venezuela’s Maduro calls on Mexico, Bolivia, Uruguay, Caribbean countries to resume dialogue
CARACAS, April 7 (Xinhua) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday called on Mexico, Bolivia, Uruguay and the Caribbean countries to resume the initiative of dialogue and support for peace in Venezuela.