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BOLIVIA

Bolivia, New Zealand Foreign Ministers to Visit Cuba

According to the Cuban Foreign Ministry, Fernando Huanacuni and Gerry Brownlee will arrive in the Caribbean island for official visits next week


Bolivia-Cuba Ties Strengthened with Vice President Visit (+photos)

Inauguration of the Amistad Boliviano-Cubana Coliseum in La Paz attended by Evo Morales and Miguel Díaz-Canel


Cuba First Vice President Welcomed in Bolivia

Díaz-Canel visit to the South American nation will serve to confirm opportunities for cooperation, with a view toward broadening cooperation links


Evo Morales Travels to Cuba to Undergo Minor Throat Surgery

Bolivian President Evo Morale will undergo minor surgery Friday in Cuba to extract a nodule from his left vocal cord, as informed by the Presidency Minister Rene Martinez


Bolivia Claims that ALBA is the Best Response to Walls

Regional integration, promoted by the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA), is the best response to the walls, said Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera  


Evo Morales Travels to Cuba for Medical Evaluation due to Throat Condition

Morales has been suffering from that problem for “quite a while”, despite undergoing medical evaluations in the cities of La Paz and Cochabamba


Unasur Highlights Bolivia’s Results in Economic Field

The Secretary General of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), Ernesto Samper, said that Bolivia is today the continent’s crown regarding economic issues


New House Program to Benefit Poor Families in Bolivia

Bolivia will build this year 25,000 homes with all basic services for low-income families, said the Deputy Minister of the sector, Bony Morales


Bolivian Government Says Opposition Readies to Overthrow President

The dirty war against the president increased days before the referendum of February 21, where the public had to rule on an amendment to the Constitution


Bolivians Decide on Constitutional Reform this Sunday

Bolivians go to polls this Sunday to decide on a constitutional reform that might allow the nomination of President Evo Morales once more to continue the process of changes implemented in the country


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