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Ancient witches market selling amulets and "magic" powders
The air smells of incense and the mystic aura of worship to the ancient Andean gods permeates the air. This colourful market nestled in a neighbourhood appears stuck in time amid the urban chaos of La Paz - Bolivia's capital city.
Tear gas, rockets fly as Bolivian students clash with police
Violence broke out in La Paz on Wednesday (June 24) as university students and professors calling for greater funding clashed with police, amidst public anger over spending on a new government palace and a trip to Russia for the World Cup for President Evo Morales.
Charity uses dating site to find love for Romeo and save his species
Conservationists have failed to find a match for Romeo, a rare Sehuencas water frog, since he was collected by scientists in Bolivia over 10 years ago.
Will Romeo find his Juliet?
Romeo faces extinction as the only Sehuencas frog in existence. To help him the Global Wildlife Conservation has added his profile to the dating site Match
Bolivia wrestles with protecting child workers as young as 10
Is 10 too young to work? Not in Bolivia, where President Evo Morales says children have the right, but should be protected.
Dakar Rally: Stage 7
The seventh stage of the Dakar rally in Bolivia saw Peterhansel drop down the rankings with a breakdown and Peugeot team-mate Sainz move into the lead
Bolivian health professionals continue to protest against new criminal
Protesters are demanding the repeal of a new law which would penalise medical professionals who cause health or bodily harm through negligence or malpractice.
Bolivians pay homage to family skulls
Annual tradition sees relics of relatives receive offerings.
Inside the rainforest's medicine cabinet
Natural disasters can leave communities to fend for themselves but with support they can use their environment to help.
Bolivian opposition urges President Morales against potential fourth term
Despite the public voting against allowing the leader to run for a fourth consecutive term, Evo Morales says he may still run in 2019.
Bolivia battles biblical plague of locusts
Bolivia is under a state of emergency after a vast agricultural area of around 1000 hectares has been laid to ruin by a plague of locusts.
Bolivia opens the "Evo Museum"
Bolivia on Thursday opened a $7 million museum dedicated to President Evo Morales and indigenous peoples in Morales’s birthplace of Orinoca high up in the deserts of the Bolivian…
Two arrested suspected of murder of Polish woman in Bolivia
Two men held suspected of murder of Polish woman in Bolivia
Bolivians pray for good fortune at traditional Alasitas Festival
On January 24 each year, people from all over Bolivia flock to La Paz to take part in the traditional Alasitas Festival which is a shopper’s paradise.
Dakar Rally: Stage six cancelled due to extreme weather conditions
Stage six of this year’s Dakar Rally was cancelled on Saturday due to extreme weather conditions in Bolivia.
Hundreds evacuated in deadly floods in Bolivia
At least eight people have died in massive floods caused by days of torrential rain in Bolivia.
Floods kill at least eight in Bolivia
Floods caused by torrential rain in Bolivia have killed at least eight people.
70 thousand baby turtles released into Bolivian rivers
A conservation effort in the Bolivian Amazon has seen over 100,000 baby turtles released into rivers, including the San Pedro and Itenez, located in the northeastern part of the…
A fourth term in office for Evo Morales?
The Bolivian president has agreed to stand for a fourth mandate in 2019, after his party nominated him as candidate. This is despite a constitutional referendum in February.
LaMia chief questioned in Bolivia after Chapecoense plane crash
Gustavo Vargas, the chief executive of Bolivian charter airline LaMia, has been detained for questioning.
Bolivia's once second largest lake completely dry
Bolivia’s once second largest lake is now completely dry after the worst drought in a quarter of a century.
Bolivian FA chief arrested on corruption charges
The President of the Bolivian Football Association was arrested this week on corruption charges.
Bolivia's severe water shortage triggers national emergency
Bolivia’s government has declared a national emergency because of a water shortage as it suffers the worst drought in 25 years.
Bolivia declares national emergency amid worst drought in 25 years
Bolivia’s government has declared a national emergency due to a lack of water as it suffers the worst drought in 25 years.
Bolivian politician 'beaten and tortured to death' by striking miners
A Bolivian politician has been abducted and beaten to death by striking mineworkers.
Bolivia: priest blesses animals with holy water
Hundreds of dog owners have had their pets blessed in the Bolivian city of El Alto as part of Saint Roch’s Day – named after the patron saint of dogs.