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Evo Morales leaves Bolivia for Mexico amid violent unrest

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Evo Morales leaves Bolivia for Mexico amid violent unrest

Evo Morales leaves Bolivia for Mexico amid violent unrest

Morales leaves a country struggling to fill a power vacuum after resigning in the wake of a disputed election.


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