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VAR penalty, Coutinho brace help Brazil beat Bolivia

Philippe Coutinho scores a second half double and Everton adds a cracking third as Brazil recovered from a sleepy start to beat Bolivia 3-0 in their Copa America opener.

Casemiro: Favorites Brazil must win even without Neymar

Casemiro says Brazil must triumph regardless of what tournament they play in.

Bolivian referee death puts altitude matches under spotlight

Victor Hugo Hurtado collapsed while refereeing a match held at the El Alto municipal stadium which is at 4,090 meters above sea level.

France call up Lenglet for Bolivia friendly, Euro qualifiers

Lenglet makes the cut on personal choice according to France coach Didier Deschamps.

Earthquake 7.0 magnitude hits Peru

The epicentre of the quake was at a depth of 257 km, according to the US Geological Survey agency.

Bolivia: Pembangkang bantah presiden Evo Morales mahu bertanding semula

Perlembagaan Bolivia 2009 mengehadkan presiden memegang jawatan selama 2 penggal berturut-turut.

Fugitive Italian ex-militant Battisti extradited from Bolivia

He spent almost 4 decades on the run.

Italian ex-militant Battisti arrested in Bolivia

Italy has repeatedly sought the extradition of Battisti, who has lived in Brazil for years under the protection of former leftist president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Bolivian youth orchestra plays for the future

The Chulumani Symphony welcomes children from ages four to 22 who are hoping to learn about music and invest in their futures.

Bolivia dibenar guna laluan Laut Atlantik

Presiden Dewan Industri, Perdagangan dan Pelancongan Santa Cruz berkata, Bolivia akan mempunyai sistem pelabuhan sendiri buat julung kali.

Bolivian water frog in lovelorn race against clock

Romeo the water frog, a social media star whose desperate need to mate has not been met, is now staring down extinction as stoically as an amphibian can.

Young Latin Americans considers violence against women normal

A survey by aid agency Oxfam, interviewed 4,731 men and women aged 15 to 25 in Bolivia, Cuba, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, showed violence against women is seen as normal.

Bolivia to build museum at bottom of ‘sacred lake’

Bolivia is to build an underwater museum in its sacred Lake Titicaca, the culture minister said.

Bolivian President Morales has emergency surgery for tumor

Bolivian President Evo Morales has undergone an operation for a "small tumor" that was detected during a routine check-up.

US judge rules ex-Bolivian president not responsible for rights abuses

Federal Judge James Cohn ruled that there was insufficient evidence to convict former Bolivian President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada and his defense minister José Carlos Sánchez Berzain of committing extrajudicial killings.

Imprisoned Bolivian ex-dictator García Meza dead at 88

Former Bolivian president Luis García Meza died of cardiac arrest and respiratory failure at the age of 88.

Bolivia nearing deal on partner to develop lithium, minister says

The partner firm selected will be from either Russia or Germany.

Maduro gets rare international boost from Bolivian leader

Bolivian President Evo Morales visited Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro to engage in talks.

Powerful 6.8 quake strikes Bolivia

The quake has struck in the southeast of the country at a depth of 562 kilometers, about 200 kilometers from Tarija.

Chile says no obligation to negotiate with Bolivia over sea access

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera said that his country was not obliged to grant Bolivia access to the Pacific Ocean.

Bolivia’s Morales in The Hague to petition World Court over Chile...

Bolivian President Evo Morales wants the World Court to require Chile to grant it access to the Atlantic Ocean.

Seven inmates killed in Bolivia as police storm prison

Police stormed a riot-torn prison in Bolivia early Wednesday, killing six inmates in an operation that also left two dozen people injured, authorities said.

Ex-Bolivian, Colombian presidents say Cuba denied them entry

Former Colombian President Andrés Pastrana and former Bolivian President Jorge Quiroga had gone to Cuba to receive an award on behalf of the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas.

Jury selection begins in US trial of ex-Bolivian president

Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada is on trial for his role in over 50 extra-judicial killings in Bolivia in 2003.

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