Bolivians divided over plan to build road through national park

A plan to build a road through a remote national park in Bolivia is causing controversy.

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    A plan to build a road through a remote national park in Bolivia is causing controversy.

    Some living in the Tipnis national park and indigenous reserve see it as a way to improve links to the rest of the country for business opportunities.

    But others see it as a serious threat to their pristine environment.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Bolivia.


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