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Jeanine Anez, who seized power in Bolivia as an interim president after the November 2019 ousting of then-president Evo Morales, has been arrested on suspicion of sedition, the new government has announced.
A new MIT study has found no evidence of fraud in Bolivia’s 2019 election, despite allegations of serious irregularities by the Organization of American States (OAS), which led to the ousting of Evo Morales in a military coup.
Luis Arce, the presidential candidate for Evo Morales’s Movement for Socialism party, returned to Bolivia on Tuesday following self-imposed exile in Mexico, AFP reported. Arce, a former economy minister, is due to stand for Movement to...
Bolivia has suspended its diplomatic relations with Cuba, the Foreign Ministry of Bolivia’s interim government said in a statement on Friday.
The suspension was due to “recent inadmissible comments” by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno...
A new report has revealed that the right-wing coup in Bolivia received automated support from a US Army veteran, who retweeted thousands of anti-Morales messages believed to have been written by fake Twitter accounts.
Bolivia’s interim government has said it is expelling the Mexican ambassador and two Spanish diplomats. Meanwhile, the Mexican government says it has recalled its ambassador for her own safety.
Mexico has vowed to take Bolivia to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over its “harassment” of the country’s diplomats. The spat follows Mexico’s decision to grant asylum to the ousted Bolivian President Evo Morales.
Mexico’s Foreign Ministry on Wednesday requested a meeting with Bolivia’s chargé d’affaires to protest the “harassment and intimidation” of its diplomatic personnel in Bolivia. Since Monday, Mexico has accused...
A defiant Evo Morales has said he’ll return to Bolivia by next Christmas, and predicted victory for his Movement for Socialism party in upcoming elections. Morales is in exile after a “coup” and has been accused of “terrorism.”