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Suu Kyi set to make history in Hague genocide case

Former democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi is set to make legal history when she defends Myanmar in The Hague

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Locals cheer Morales exit in ex-Bolivia leader's former fiefdom

In the high Andes two hours' drive from La Paz, the people of Achacachi -- long a bastion of ex-president

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Bolivia's Morales visits Cuba for medical appointment

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Bolivian ex-President Evo Morales is in Cuba for a medical check-up, a former official from his

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Cuban economy hit as tide turns against doctors program

Luisa Garcia received a hero's welcome when she arrived back in Havana last month, one of hundreds of Cuban health

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Bolivian minister seeks Israel help in fighting alleged leftist 'terrorism'

By Monica Machicao LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia's interim government wants Israel to help local authorities fight "terrorism" in the

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A Year of Protests Sparked Change Around the Globe

(Bloomberg Markets) -- Economies on the verge of collapse, a yearning for greater democracy, revulsion against corruption and inequality–the grievances

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Brazil's Bolsonaro urges Mercosur to push on with reforms

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday urged South America's four-nation trade bloc Mercosur to push ahead with reforms "without accepting

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OAS finds 'malicious manipulation' in Bolivia election

The Organization of American States released its final report Wednesday into the October election in Bolivia, concluding that "malicious manipulation"

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Bolivia election rigging in favor of Morales was 'overwhelming': OAS final report

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - An Americas regional forum on Wednesday published details of "deliberate" and "malicious" steps to rig Bolivia's October

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Five keys to understanding Latin America's protests

"What's happening in Latin America?" That's the question I've been getting in recent weeks from those who may not necessarily be familiar with the region but have noticed a spike in headlines this year about Latin America and the turmoil that countries like Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and most recently Colombia have experienced.

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Bolivia unveils anti-terror unit to fight 'threatening' foreign groups

Bolivia's interim government on Tuesday unveiled a new anti-terrorism police force it said was aimed at dismantling foreign groups "threatening"

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Burst of social unrest tests emerging market risk models

LONDON - A wave of social unrest across developing countries this year has caught many investors off-guard and is challenging models designed to gauge political risk for investors, prompting some to pull money out.

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Morales victim of 'coup,' says AMLO during first-term celebration

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Sunday that former Bolivian leader Evo Morales was the "victim of a coup

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Camacho, a leader in Bolivian protests, to seek presidency

Luis Fernando Camacho, a leading force behind the ouster of Bolivian president Evo Morales, on Saturday announced his own plans

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Hague must probe Morales 'crimes against humanity': Bolivia

Bolivia's interim government will file a case in The Hague against former president Evo Morales for "crimes against humanity," the

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Bolivia to renew Israel ties after rupture under Morales

LA PAZ, Bolivia — Bolivia said Thursday it will restore diplomatic ties with Israel, a decade after then-President Evo Morales severed relations because of an Israeli military offensive in Gaza.

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Bolivia urges Mexico embassy to hand over wanted ex-officials

Bolivia's foreign minister said Thursday Mexico will face a "very serious problem" if its embassy in La Paz refuses to

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Bolivia reforges U.S. ties as political alliances redrawn

By Daniel Ramos and Mitra Taj LA PAZ/COCHABAMBA, Bolivia (Reuters) - Bolivia's interim government has named a temporary ambassador to

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US accuses Venezuela, Cuba of exacerbating regional unrest

The United States on Wednesday accused its adversaries Venezuela and Cuba of fomenting strife in South America, where a number

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Bolivia's farmers criticize Morales, fight centralization

Bolivian dairy farmer Jose Roca's blue eyes glow with anger when he talks about indigenous ex-president Evo Morales and his

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Bolivia edges towards peace as torn country mourns its dead

By Mitra Taj and Daniel Ramos SACABA, Bolivia/LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivians have taken down roadblocks and struck peace deals

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Bolivia's women wrestlers back in the ring after unrest

Wearing a bright green billowing skirt and dainty black velvet flats, Bolivian wrestler Lidia Flores launches herself from the second

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Bolivia appoints first ambassador to US in 11 years

Bolivia appointed its first ambassador to the United States in 11 years on Tuesday, officials said, as the interim government

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Human rights violations in Bolivia merit outside probe - Americas commission head

By Mitra Taj COCHABAMBA, Bolivia (Reuters) - Bolivia may need outside help to investigate a "massive" number of human rights

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Ex-Morales' officials take refuge in Mexico embassy in Bolivia

Some 20 former members of Bolivian ex-president Evo Morales' government have holed up in Mexico's embassy in La Paz, Bolivia's

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