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Bolivia protests enter third week as Morales faces ultimatum

Reuters Monday, 4 November 2019 ()
Bolivian protests sparked by a contentious election last month that handed a win to President Evo Morales, entered their third week on Monday, with the long-standing leader facing rising pressure with an ultimatum from opposition groups to step down.
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