Thousands of Bolivians march over disputed election

Critics of President Evo Morales say he committed fraud to get re-elected.

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    Thousands of Bolivians have marched through the capital of La Paz protesting disputed election results.

    Critics of President Evo Morales say he committed fraud to get re-elected.

    Morales is Bolivia's first indigenous leader. He says the allegations are racist and the opposition is trying to mount a coup.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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