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Bolivia protests: Ruling party urges support for Evo Morales

BBC News Sunday, 10 November 2019
It called on supporters to defend Evo Morales, after police officers joined protests over elections.
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Bolivian President Evo Morales to Step Down. His resignation comes amid protests in the Latin American country over results in its latest election. Discord began after a voting system audit found that there were "manipulations" . The unrest started last month on October 20 and has resulted in three...

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