Bolivia

Che Guevara remembered 50 years after his execution

Artists, activists and Guevara's descendants gather to commemorate the death of the revolutionary.

Che Guevara remembered 50 years after his execution

Latin America

Bolivia honours Che: 'People die, their ideas never do'

Thousands gather in the town of Vallegrande to commemorate the revolutionary's life, death and legacy.

Bolivians honour Che Guevara 50 years after execution

Risking it all

A treacherous journey through Bolivia's Amazon

Bolivians risk snake and insect bites harvesting Brazil nuts, as lorry drivers face landslides to deliver the nuts.

Counting the Cost

Hurricane Harvey’s impact on the US oil industry

As hurricane Harvey strikes the heart of the US oil and gas industry, we examine the potential global repercussions.

Latin America

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.

Latin America

Bolivia's Morales criticised over road in biodiverse region

President travels to environmentally sensitive region to promote road-building project that he says will boost the economy.

Business & Economy

Quinoa: Harvesting Bolivia's 'superfood'

Harvesting the popular crop can be backbreaking work and the rewards aren't always guaranteed for Bolivia's farmers.

Quinoa: Harvesting Bolivia's 'superfood'

Latin America

Protests in Bolivia against plans for Tipnis rainforest highway

Bolivia’s indigenous people are protesting against plans for the construction of a highway which would cut through Tipnis National Park.

Al Jazeera Selects

Bolivia's Wrestling Cholita

Teresa Huayta uses the unlikely forum of a wrestling ring to combat discrimination in her native Bolivia.

Al Jazeera Selects

Sport: Bolivia's Wrestling Cholita and Parkour in Gaza

Three short films look at how sport can change lives - from wrestling in Bolivia to cycling in Rwanda.

Latin America

Bolivia nut shortage crisis forces many into poverty

The brazil nut is Bolivia's most important organic export product. Nearly 25 million tonnes are exported mainly to Brazil, the United States and Europe every year.

Latin America

Festival fuses Bolivia’s Catholic and indigenous traditions

Colourful costumes, dancing and a massive feast are among features of one of the world's most extravagant festivals, held in Bolivia.

Poverty & Development

The changing landscape of Bolivia's salt flats

Generations of saleros have scooped salt from the flat, but after the discovery of lithium they fear being left behind.

The changing landscape of Bolivia's salt flats

Health

Why are so many women still dying in childbirth?

In the last 25 years more than 10 million women have died worldwide due to pregnancy related issues.

Why are so many women still dying in childbirth?

Witness

Salero: The life of a Bolivian salt gatherer

A salt gatherer becomes a link to the old world when Bolivia embarks on a plan to mine lithium from the Uyuni salt flat.