Former Bolivian president Evo Morales arrived on Tuesday in Mexico City after fleeing the country in what he called a “political coup-d’etat”. Mexico’s secretary of external relations,
The new deaths were announced after five protesters were killed in clashes with security forces on Friday in central Bolivia, a political stronghold of exiled ex-president Evo Morales.
The world´s most dangerous road spirals skyward nearly 11,000 feet, from the country´s lowland jungles to the snow-capped peaks of the Andes. Fog, rain, rockslides and sheer cliffs are main attractions. The road has likely claimed thousands of lives.
The news on Sunday came just hours after communication minister Roxana Lizarraga resigned in protest at Anez's decision to stand as a presidential candidate in the May 3 election.
Sometimes, Jorge Manolo Villarroel is Spiderman. Sometimes, he’s the Flash, or the Green Lantern. But he’s always a teacher − one who lives out his childhood dreams by dressing up as superheroes for the locked-down students who attend his virtual classes.
Sergio Royela lived far from his parents in Bolivia and was concerned about how they were faring in the quarantine imposed by interim President Jeanine Áñez to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
From a small room in Bolivia’s capital, a schoolteacher lives his out his childhood dreams while transforming the lockdown-limited lives of his students with the virtual classes he gives dressed up as superheroes like Spiderman, Flash or Green Lantern.
Bolivia’s socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win the country’s presidential Election without the need for a run-off, an unofficial count indicated on Monday, putting the leftwing party of Evo Morales on the brink of a return to power.
In a video on Twitter Anez said she was "fine" and would continue working from isolation. Bolsonaro said he was feeling "very well" on Thursday after announcing he had the virus earlier this week, and Johnson, who contracted the respiratory disease in March, has recovered.
What if a clique of far-right extremists used the chaos of a disputed election to seize power and try to do away with a democracy? Would the enlightened nations of the world speak out? Would the United States, European Union and United Kingdom