Bolivian President Evo Morales joins Aymara elders in Lake Titicaca celebration to prepare for a “new era” dawning on the summer solstice.
Authorities in Bolivia say they have arrested three men in connection with the attack on radio journalist Fernando Vidal.
During a live interview
Clashes between rival miners in Bolivia has left one dead and seven others injured in the city of Le Paz.
The battles between unionised and
Protests in Bolivia are growing over the number of people who disappear without trace. One organisation set up to monitor human trafficking estimates
Members of indigenous communities from Mallku Kota region, clash with police officers during a protest in La Paz. They were protesting against mining
After weeks of violent protests and even a hunger strike among health workers, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales says he is suspending a controversial
The European Union and Spain have spoken out again the Bolivian government’s nationalisation of the local unit of Spanish power transmission company
Bolivian President Evo Morales has nationalised his country’s arm of the Spanish power company Red Electrica Unit.
Called TDE in Bolivia, Morales
For several weeks, over 500 public workers in Bolivia have been taking part in a nationwide hunger strike to protest against government plans to
Thousands of Bolivian miners and health care workers walk off their jobs, bringing the impoverished country’s mining industry and public health
UNESCO estimates that indigenous peoples make up five percent of the world’s population, but they often face the threat of losing their cultural
Fireman in La Paz struggled to put out a fierce warehouse blaze on Sunday night (November 20).
A two-month long protest march against plans to build a road through a rainforest reserve has ended in La Paz.
Thousands of people turned out to
Bolivians march in favour of President Morales, embattled after protests against an Amazon road development.
The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, has announced the suspension of a planned highway that would cut through a national park which is home to 15
Indigenous Bolivian protesters claim dozens of people are missing after the police cracked down on a demonstration near the capital La Paz
Bolivia’s Foreign Minister has been briefly captured by a group of about 1500 indigenous people campaigning against a proposed highway through the
Given up for dead, the sole survivor of a plane crash has been rescued from Bolivia’s Amazon jungle, three days after the small aircraft went
Around 300 indigenous Bolivians have begun a 500km protest walk to the capital La Paz. They are against the building of a road which will cross the
Bolivia is close to withdrawing from a UN convention on narcotics over attempts to classify coca leaves as an illegal drug. The country is arguing
It is day nine of nationwide protests in Bolivia against Evo Morales’s government, with roads blocked and police firing tear gas to clear them of
A massive landslide hit hundreds of homes on the outskirts of La Paz. A massive landslide raised the Irpavi River as authorities evacuate the area.
Bolivian police dispersed hundreds of merchants who tried to surround the government palace in the Bolivian capital of La Paz to protest against a
Indigenous set off on cross-country march against Bolivian President Evo Morales.
At least eight people are injured after a sugar refinery in Bolivia was set on fire by a group of protesters.