Opinion

How and why Evo Morales lost in Bolivia

The right wing was able to exploit weaknesses in Morales's government and party to oust him.

Linda Farthing

by Linda Farthing

Linda Farthing

Latin America

Some roadblocks lifted as Bolivia leaders attempt to quell unrest

Developments come as rights commission visits Morales stronghold to investigate killings that occurred during protests.

Some roadblocks lifted as Bolivia leaders attempt to quell unrest

Latin America

Indigenous Bolivians fear renewed racism after Morales removed

Attitudes towards indigenous have begun to change after Evo Morales, who became Bolivia's first indigenous president nearly fourteen years ago, was deposed.

Latin America

Bolivia unrest: Interim president signs election law

Interim President Anez enacted the bill to call elections in Bolivia after weeks of nationwide turmoil.

Latin America

Bolivia's Congress approves new elections without Evo Morales

The move seeks to quell weeks of unrest that left dozens of people dead amid major political crisis.

Latin America

Bolivia unrest: Police disperse funeral protest with tear gas

Police fire tear gas at thousands of anti-government supporters attending funeral of eight killed in El Alto.

Latin America

Bolivians in Morales stronghold mourn eight killed in clashes

Morales's supporters blame interim gov't of President Anez as security forces quell blockade at El Alto fuel plant.

Latin America

Bolivia interim gov't proposes election bill as death toll mounts

The death toll since the disputed October 20 election climbs to 32 as security forces and pro-Morales protesters clash.

Bolivia interim gov't proposes election bill as death toll mounts

Evo Morales

In Pictures: Violence erupts in Evo Morales's stronghold

In Cochabamba and Sacaba, thousands rally to demand Morales return after he resigned and left Bolivia earlier this month

In Pictures: Violence erupts in Evo Morales's stronghold

Evo Morales

Shortages grip Bolivia as government struggles to contain unrest

Roadblocks by pro-Morales protesters have caused food and fuel shortages, putting pressure on the interim government.

Shortages grip Bolivia as government struggles to contain unrest

Talk to Al Jazeera

'We'll be back': Evo Morales on Bolivia unrest and resignation

The former president of Bolivia discusses his resignation, country's political crisis and plans for the future.

NewsFeed

Al Jazeera TV reporter tear-gassed at Bolivia protests

Al Jazeera’s correspondent Teresa Bo tear-gassed while reporting on protests in Bolivia.

Latin America

Bolivia unrest: Funerals for protest victims in Morales bastion

One of Morales' strongholds is the city of Sacaba, where nine people died on Friday after security forces fired on protesters.

Latin America

UN calls for talks to end Bolivia crisis as death toll rises

Violent confrontations, highway blockades cause supply shortages as Anez moves to revise Morales-era policies.

UN calls for talks to end Bolivia crisis as death toll rises

Bolivia

Bolivia's Evo Morales: 'Let me come back and finish my term'

In interview with Al Jazeera in Mexico, former president says if allowed back he would not seek to run in fresh polls.