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Clashes erupt across Bolivia amid unrest over election result
Supporters of President Evo Morales continued to clash violently with supporters of other presidential candidates in the city of Cochabamba
Police and protesters clash in Bolivia's La Paz
Violent clashes between security forces and demonstrators broke out again in the early hours of Wednesday morning in Bolivia's capital. Sporadic and intense demonstrations have gripped Bolivia following a disputed 20 October election.
Bolivia's Morales 'wins outright majority' with 99.9% of votes counted
The result will see Morales lead Bolivia until 2025.
Why are Bolivians are calling electoral fraud in the last elections
Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales was on track to win a fraught presidential race outright, edging to a decisive 10-point lead over his main rival after accusing the opposition on Wednesday of attempting a "coup" against him.
EU calls for a probe into Bolivia vote-rigging allegations
The demonstration was one of the largest in Bolivia in decades.
Bolivia elections: Incumbent Morales faces possible runoff
Bolivian President Evo Morales said he was confident he would win Sunday's election outright, despite an official preliminary count of 84% of ballots that showed he would probably be forced to a run-off vote.
Bolivia elections: What's at stake and can incumbent Morales lose?
Bolivia's elections on Sunday are expected to be the fiercest of the last decade with incumbent Evo Morales likely to be challenged in a second round for the first time since 2006.
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12 million hectares have burnt, three times more than last year
Wildfires are still raging in the Amazon rainforest. 12 million hectares have burnt so far, three times more than last year. In Bolivia, over 5,000 people are fighting the blaze, but it is still out of control. Euronews Aid Zone reporter Monica Pinna recently returned from the affected area.
Bolivia receives EU support to tackle Amazon wildfires
The Amazon is on fire, and not only in Brazil. Since July, Bolivia has lost two million hectares of forest, pushing its government to call on the EU to step in.
Pope prays for rainforest
As wildfires continue to rage through the Amazon Pope Francis has called on people to pray for the "lungs of our planet"
Indigenous Bolivians celebrate winter solstice
As dawn broke over the archaeological site of Tiwanaku indigenous Aymara raised their hands towards the first rays of the morning sun to welcome the Aymara New Year, 5527.
Street art transforms a district of Bolivia capital, La Paz
The residents-turned-painters are guided by four urban artists and about 50 masons
Bolivia: residents watch as landslide sweeps away houses
A landslide on the outskirts of La Paz destroyed over a dozen houses, but there were no casualties as the area had been evacuated.
Bolivia landslides leave homes in peril
Heavy rains in La Paz caused the collapse of a road in the mountainous city on Thursday (April 04), leaving residential homes literally on a cliff edge
Watch: Romeo and Juliet hope to avoid violent ends (this time)
A frog species on the brink of extinction has new hope after researchers made a dating profile for its last man standing.
Pepino the Cucumber comes back to life as Bolivia kicks off carnival
Trumpets blare as townspeople walk solemly alongside a golden casket through the streets of South America's highest capital, La Paz, Bolivia, on Sunday (February 3), four weeks before carnival begins.
Bolivian women protest against gender-based violence
Thousands of women took to the streets of the Bolivian capital La Paz on Sunday to take part in a run and demonstration against gender-based violence.
The endurance cyclist who slept in a Mexico prison
Romanian-Canadian adventurer Radu Paltineannu cycled 34,000 kms across the Americas. ALong the way he slept in some pretty unusual places: an Alaskan wooden church, a Mexican prison cell and a Bolivian volcano top among others.
Watch: Fancy-dress paragliders in Bolivia
Speaking of the competition, paraglider Gustavo Robledo said the adventurers "strive to make people enjoy the show".
Watch: Costume-clad paragliders descend over the Andes
The "Bumblebee" character from the franchise "Transformers" and the flying house from the Pixar produced film "Up" were among the costumes in the skies.
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.
Rallying: Dakar leader Sainz handed 10 minute penalty
Five stages remain in the event which started in Lima, Peru, and ends in Argentine city of Cordoba on January 20.
Spain's Carlos Sainz wins stage six of Dakar Rally
Sainz won in the auto class although France's Stephane Peterhansel remains in the lead overall.
Bolivians pay homage to family skulls
Annual tradition sees relics of relatives receive offerings.
What are the toughest ultramarathons in the world?
The Bolivian Skyrace is billed as one of the world's most difficult races. Which other races can runners use to test their endurance?