Evo Morales breaks with Álvaro García Linera, his second in the Movement towards Socialism

Every Sunday, the former president is interviewed by Kawsachun Coca radio, owned by the coca farmers, whom he has led for decades. He usually speaks against the government of President Luis Arce, with whom he has been in a frontal war for several months. And sometimes he personally attacks politicians who, according to him, have … Read more

Ronnie Fernandez: Controversial Protagonist in Bolivian Professional Division Cup Final

2023-12-17 15:30:23 Despite not having minutes on the field, the Chilean striker Ronnie Fernandez He was the protagonist in the first leg final of the Bolivian Professional Division Cup in between Jorge Wilstermann y Bolívar. The match at the Félix Capriles Stadium, in Cochabamba, ended in favor of the outsider. Bolívar, cast of the former … Read more

Losing Sea Access: The Geography of South America’s Landlocked Nations

2023-12-16 03:48:26 Unlike Bolivia, this other South American country never had direct access to the sea. Photo: LR composition/Gerson Cardoso/Freepik/Peru Of the 13 countries that make up South America, only two do not have direct access to the sea. One of them, and the best known, is Bolivia. This Latin American nation lost the access … Read more

Former US Ambassador Accused of Spying for Cuba for 40 Years: US Department of Justice Announces ‘Full Severity’

2023-12-04 19:43:00 Former US ambassador is said to have spied for Cuba for four decades December 4, 2023, 8:43 p.m. Listen to article This audio version was artificially generated. More info | Send feedback Victor Manuel Rocha had an impressive career spanning four decades in several US authorities. He is then said to have praised … Read more

Combatting Dengue Fever in Children: The Impact of Climate Change and Strategies for Prevention

2023-12-03 08:00:01 Berlin/Dubai (ots) – The children’s rights organization Save the Children warns of the spread of dengue fever on the occasion of Health Day at the UN Climate Change Conference. The number of infected people has reached a new high this year against the backdrop of the El Niño phenomenon. At least 5,500 people … Read more

The Tragic Death of a Venezuelan Migrant in Extreme Climates – Colchane, Chile

2023-11-28 01:08:05 They believe it was due to a natural cause, due to the person’s age. Archive | The area has extreme climates, very hot during the day and cold at night. A 63-year-old man of Venezuelan origin was found dead on the border between Chile and Bolivia, near the northern town of Colchane, about … Read more

Switzerland returns three pre-Columbian mummies to Bolivia

2023-11-27 07:00:28 On November 20, 2023, Switzerland returned to Bolivia three pre-Columbian mummies held in the collection of the Geneva Museum of Ethnography (MEG). During a ceremony attended by the press, the mummies were officially handed over to the Minister of Cultures, Decolonization and Depatriarchalization of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Sabina Orellana. MEG’s ethical … Read more

Due to the heat wave in Brazil, Argentina burns its summer LNG reserves

2023-11-24 03:15:00 The high temperatures that have been recorded in Brazil triggered the use of air conditioners in that country, but due to a concatenation of actions that involve Boliviayesterday was Argentina, the one that ended up paying a higher costgiven that Not only did it have to burn part of the liquefied natural gas … Read more