Bolivia

Evo Morales retracts call for 'armed militias' in Bolivia

Morales's call for creation of 'armed militias' in Bolivia sparked outcry from the country's interim government.

Evo Morales retracts call for 'armed militias' in Bolivia

Bolivia

Bolivia to hold May 3 vote for new president, Assembly

The elections will choose a president, vice president and members of the legislative assembly.

Bolivia to hold May 3 vote for new president, Assembly

Corruption

Latin America in 2020: Stories to watch

As elections loom and protests rattle the region, here are the stories to look out for this year.

Latin America in 2020: Stories to watch

Bolivia

Bolivia's spat with Spain, Mexico deepens over Morales's allies

Countries expel diplomatic staff in tit-for-tat moves as Morales's ex-officials seek refuge in Mexican embassy.

Bolivia's spat with Spain, Mexico deepens over Morales's allies

Mexico

Mexico president urges Bolivia to respect right of asylum

Mexico says it will appeal to international court to mediate dispute over nine Bolivians in the Mexican embassy.

Mexico president urges Bolivia to respect right of asylum

Evo Morales

Morales claims US orchestrated 'coup' to tap Bolivia's lithium

Morales's remarks come weeks after protests forced him to resign, abandoning his bid for unconstitutional fourth term.

Morales claims US orchestrated 'coup' to tap Bolivia's lithium

Bolivia

Bolivia prosecutors order arrest of ex-President Evo Morales

The former president - now in Argentina - called the arrest warrant 'unfair, illegal and unconstitutional'.

Bolivia prosecutors order arrest of ex-President Evo Morales

Bolivia

Bolivia's Morales names two possible successors

Morales names his former economy minister and a key coca farmer union boss as potential MAS presidential candidates.

Bolivia's Morales names two possible successors

Latin America

Evo Morales granted refugee status in Argentina

The ex-president of Bolivia had been in Mexico since resigning in November.

Evo Morales granted refugee status in Argentina

Human Rights

IACHR calls for int'l probe of alleged rights abuses in Bolivia

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights publishes preliminary report documenting post-election rights abuses.

IACHR calls for int'l probe of alleged rights abuses in Bolivia

Latin America

Bolivia after Morales: Indigenous communities fear setbacks

More than 40 percent of Bolivia's population is indigenous. So was Evo Morales, its president till recently.

Bolivia

Bolivia's interim government appoints first US envoy in 11 years

Walter Serrate Cuellar's appointment comes as the new government moves to reset the country's foreign policy.

Bolivia's interim government appoints first US envoy in 11 years

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

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