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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.
Bolivian Wine: High altitude, high quality and...healthy?
This wine has been grown high in the Bolivian Andes since the 17th Century and it could have some health benefits.
Bolivia's political crisis deepens after ex-interim president arrested
Jeanine Anez, the conservative interim president who led Bolivia for a year, was arrested on Saturday and released after questioning.
Bolivians hope for health at this year's scaled-back Wish Fair
Health is the main thing Bolivians are hoping for this year as they celebrate the annual Wish Fair.
Bolivia recognises same-sex couple's civil union for first time
Guido Montano and David Aruquipa, who have been a couple for 11 years, said they consider the step a victory for human rights in Bolivia.
Rivals groups fight over mayoral office ahead of Bolivian election
Police disperse and detain people supporting either Cochabamba's mayor-elect Jose Maria Leyes or his substitute Mayor Ivan Telleria.
Bolivians clean up after river flood forces evacuation
The Bolivian town of Tipuipaya in the department of Cochabamba is forced to be evacuated after an overflowing Taquina River damaged several houses.
Men peel potatoes in Bolivia in campaign against sexist violence
It was all about showing the home is not the exclusive domain of women, one participant said.
Bolivia's interim President approves law to hold new general election
Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Áñez has enacted the law to appoint a new electoral board that will be tasked with setting a date for a general election. The bill will bar candidates from running if they have served two presidential terms.
Was Bolivia's ousting of Morales a coup by the US for lithium?
Euronews worked with experts to debunk a conspiracy theory claiming the ousting of Morales was orchestrated by the United States to control the exploitation of lithium in the country.
UN warns Bolivia violence 'could spin out of control'
Protesters have been showing off bullet casings and tear gas canisters — debris from clashes with police that left nine dead and more than 100 hurt.
Vigil in Bolivia after supporters of ousted Morales are shot dead
The Bolivian city of Sacaba was in mourning on Saturday after at least five supporters of the deposed president Evo Morales were shot dead by security forces.
Supporters of deposed Bolivian president Evo Morales killed in police shootout
A Bolivian town was in mourning on Saturday after at least five supporters of deposed president Evo Morales were shot dead by security forces.
Who is Jeanine Áñez, Bolivia's interim president?
Less than a month ago, it would have been impossible to predict that Jeanine Áñez, 52, a lawyer with a low political profile, would end up ruling Bolivia, at least temporarily.
Bolivian Senator Jeanine Áñez declares herself interim president
Jeanine Áñez was sworn in as president after Evo Morales resigned on Sunday.
Watch: Bolivia's ex-president Morales lands to take up Mexican asylum
The long-serving leftist leader claimed he had been ousted by rivals in a coup following violence sparked by a disputed election.
Evo Morales political asylum: Is Bolivia facing a coup d'etat?
Morales said he was resigning to ease violence that has gripped the South American nation since the last election in October, but he stoked fears of further unrest by saying he was the victim of a "civic coup" and faced arrest.
Watch: Bolivian police join scattered anti-Morales protests
Scattered cases of police 'mutiny' are adding to the pressure on President Evo Morales amid a weeks-long standoff over a disputed election last month.