“Bolivia is living through a violent, regressive, completely undemocratic power grab. All governments must sever relations with this illegal regime.”
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Video and photographs show tens of thousands of people waving the Indigenous flag and calling for Añez to step down.
(TMU) — As the people of Chile enter the second month of massive protests against the neoliberal government of President Sebastian Piñera, clashes have continued unabated between demonstrators and the militarized security forces of the South American s…
A large hole now stands where, only one day earlier, two homes were torn to the ground by Israeli airstrikes.
Unrest continued in Bolivia Thursday as protests against the right-wing coup that unseated democratically-elected President Evo Morales on Sunday.
The legality of the move is in serious doubt, as Bolivian law allows senators from entering the Senate to meet whenever they want.
The New York Times subtle admission that this was indeed a coup is a sign that the narrative battle is already shifting in support of Evo Morales.
At least 10 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli strikes on Gaza that began early on Tuesday.
The coup against Morales in Bolivia cannot be understood without a glance at the new Cold War between the West and China.
Bolivian President Evo Morales “resigned” at gunpoint Sunday, after army generals demanded his resignation, despite winning re-election.