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Evo Morales calls for international help to stop Bolivia ‘genocide’

The deadliest clashes occurred Friday in the central city of Cochabamba, where nine people were killed in a confrontation between Morales backers and the security forces.

Guatemalan indigenous people march in support of Evo Morales

Protesters marched down one of Guatemala City's main streets to the US embassy, which was guarded by a large police presence.

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns after losing backing of security forces

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned Sunday, caving in following three weeks of protests over his disputed re-election.

Dozens wounded in clashes as Bolivia election protests enters second week

Demonstrations have raged since presidential elections on October 20 that saw Morales gain an unconstitutional fourth term amid allegations of irregularities in the vote count.

Bolivian president asks to see child born to ex-girlfriend

Morales had previously acknowledged fathering a child with Gabriela Zapata during a two-year affair but claims she had told him the infant died shortly after birth.

Bolivians rebuff Evo Morales, in latest blow to Latin American left

By a narrow margin, voters in Bolivia have rejected a constitutional change that would have allowed leftist Evo Morales, South America's longest-sitting president, to run for a fourth term and potentially extend his rule to 2025.

Morales facing defeat in key Bolivia vote: early data

Early returns Monday indicated Bolivian President Evo Morales was facing defeat in a referendum on seeking a fourth term in power, but he sat tight pending results from his rural strongholds.

Bolivia’s Evo Morales marks 10 years in office

Bolivian President Evo Morales, the country's first indigenous head of state, marked a record-setting 10 years in office Thursday with an ancient ceremonial rite in the pre-Incan city of Tiahuanaco.

Bolivia announces plans for nuclear research complex

Bolivia announced plans Thursday to build a $300 million nuclear complex, including a research reactor, with Russian technology and help from Argentina.

Bolivian Congress votes to let Evo Morales run for re-election again

The amendment stipulates that Morales's re-election in 2014 counts as the first of two consecutive presidential re-elections allowed under the rule change. His first two four-year terms as president do not count because they were won under a previous constitution.

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