Police in La Paz took a heavy hand in dealing with protesting children as Bolivia’s lawmakers debated banning child labour.
A new code is being
A cadet and soldier from the Bolivian army drowned after being dragged by the strong water currents of the Quirpinchaca river, swollen by heavy rains
Once a year, Bolivians bring out the much-loved skulls of their relatives from home, which they believe bring them good fortune and protection.
A Bolivian plane has crashed while trying to land during bad weather in the north of the country.
Eight of the eighteen people on board were
High up in Bolivia’s Andes, melting mountain glaciers are putting pressure on indigenous farmers, as climate change in the South American nation
A deadly clash between rival inmates in a Bolivian jail has left at least 30 dead and more than 50 injured. Security officials say they fear the
High up in the Andes near the banks of Lake Titicaca, an indigenous Aymara native could be the oldest living person ever, that is if his records are
They are angry on the streets of Bolivia. Protesters outside the US embassy in La Paz called for it to be closed. There was a symbolic burning of the
Trapped inside a Moscow airport, one of America’s most wanted whistleblowers Edward Snowden may finally be able to book his flight to freedom
Bolivia’s president Evo Morales has threatened to close the US embassy in his country after his plane was rerouted in Europe.
At a special summit
Bolivian President Evo Morales touched down in La Paz to a hero’s welcome – after his plane from Russia was diverted to Vienna on suspicion that
Bolivia is in a state of outrage after the plane carrying President Evo Morales was diverted to Vienna amid suspicions that US surveillance
It rained for weeks here in January this year, then for three days the rains intensified melting the surrounding snow caps and swelling the San Juan
There have been violent clashes in the Bolivian capital La Paz between wokers and police.
The country’s largest trade union has been on strike since
Bolivian President Evo Morales has vowed once again to take a border dispute with neighbouring Chile to the Hague.
His landlocked country has long
Miniature cars, little houses, and even small fake bills. The Bolivians can buy everything they dream of at the annual “Alasitas” market in La Paz
Bolivia has brought two electricity supply companies owned by the Spanish utility Iberdrola under state control.
Troops were sent to their
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