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Former Bolivian president Morales heads to Mexico for asylum

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Bolivia's former president, Evo Morales, was flying to Mexico on Tuesday after fleeing his South American homeland, seeking refuge under a leftist government that has supported the veteran socialist in the wake of a disputed election.
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