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"We think of ourselves as creators. We don't just make one thing; we create products that, most of the time, bring people to us who need our help."
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Lithium extraction requires vast amounts of water, and is jeopardising people's lives and livelihoods in Argentina, Bolivia and Chile.
Bolivian coca farmers and police clash in third week of market dispute
Anti-government coca farmers throw homemade dynamite sticks at the police in Bolivia's La Paz as they continue their attempts to shut down a parallel market for the plant, which they claim is illegal and enjoys government support.
Coca growers, police clash in Bolivian capital
Clashes broke out in the Bolivian city of La Paz on Monday between protesters and riot police that left several people injured, according to officials.
Indigenous Aymara women play golf in Bolivia
Two indigenous Aymara women play golf in traditional dress at the exclusive La Paz Golf Club.
Massive fire engulfs parts of new commercial building in Bolivia
A massive fire engulfed part of the 13th floor of a new commercial building in La Paz on Monday.
Bolivia opposition protest against political persecution
Bolivia’s opposition protest in La Paz against the government of President Luis Arce, whom they accuse of "political persecution" and demand the release of right-wing ex-president Jeanine Anez who was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison.
Bolivians welcome Andean new year in winter solstice
Dozens of Bolivians, including the president Luis Arce, rise their hands in the Tiwanaku pre-Inca religious complex to welcome the indigenous new year 5.530 saluting the sun and asking for prosper sow and harvest.
Cholita wrestlers fight racism in Bolivia
Young women dressed in billowing skirts and long braided hair take to the wrestling ring to fight anti-Indigenous racism in Bolivia.
Meet the cholita skateboarders breaking down stereotypes in Bolivia
"These clothes are not a costume. This is an identity. This is what makes them cholitas and they are proud of that."
Bolivians march for justice against gender violence
Hundreds of people rallied in the Bolivian capital La Paz on Monday in protest at violence against women
Bolivia releases condor into Andean region
Specialists from the Bolivian Ministry of Environment released a condor back into the the wild in the Andean region of the country on Monday
Christmas parade kicks off festivities in Bolivia
Hundreds paraded through central La Paz on Friday dressed as Christmas trees, candles, shepherds and Santas to mark the start of the holiday season.
Cholitas fashion show celebrates Bolivia's capital
Bolivia's emblematic Cholitas returned to the catwalk on Thursday to celebrate the 473rd anniversary of the capital's foundation and to boost the pandemic-stricken local economy.
Navalny and Jeanine Anez on EU's Sakharov human rights prize shortlist
A group of Afghan women are also on the shortlist to win to European Union’s top human rights prize.
Clashes, tear gas at Bolivia coca farmers' protest
Thousands of Bolivian coca leaf growers on Monday stormed the country's main coca market in La Paz following violent clashes with security forces.
These endangered ‘scrotum’ frogs breathe through their saggy skin
Chester Zoo in the UK is working with scientists in Peru and Bolivia to try and save this rare species from extinction.
Bolivia: Dogs blessed on San Roque's feast day
People in Bolivia on Monday celebrated St Roch's Day, honouring the patron saint of dogs. Saint Roch was born in France around 1295. According to tradition, his life was saved by a dog which brought him food when he contracted the plague.
Inca mummy renamed during ceremony in Bolivia
The Bolivian government held a ceremony in the presence of Indigenous authorities to rename a mummified Inca girl, honouring them during the celebration of the World's Indigenous People's Day on Monday.
Giving Indigenous groups land rights 'vital' to tackling deforestation
For International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we look at how their territories contain about one third of all carbon stored in the forests of Latin America and the Caribbean.