Bolivia

Brazil Vs. Venezuela: Odds, Live Stream, Tv Schedule For 2019 Copa America

Brazil are fancied to make it two wins from two at the 2019 Copa America when they face Venezuela in Group A at the Estadio Cicero Pompeu de Toledo in Sao Paulo on Tuesday. The hosts opened their campaign with a 3-0 hammering of Bolivia...
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Floating Cities: The Future Or A Washed-up Idea?

Humans have a long history of living on water. Our water homes span the fishing villages in Southeast Asia, Peru and Bolivia to modern floating homes in Vancouver and Amsterdam. As our cities grapple with overcrowding and undesirable living...
Related topics: Peru, Vancouver, Netherlands, Amsterdam

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Antoine Griezmann Talks Club Future After France Beat Bolivia

Antoine Griezmann gave little away when asked about his club future following France's 2-0 friendly win against Bolivia on Sunday in Nantes...
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Bolivia's Way To Party: Country Finds Queen Of Great Power To Lead Festivities

On 24 May, the Bolivian city of La Paz witnessed the largest religious festival in the Andes. It was planned to find a queen that would lead the annual event during Festival of the Lord Jesus of the Great Power uniting thousands of dancers and...
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Referee In Bolivia, Victor Hugo Hurtado Dies After On-field Collapse

Victor Hugo Hurtado, a referee in Bolivia, has died in hospital after collapsing during a match played at high altitude...

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Ancient Fish Ponds In The Bolivian Savanna Supported Human Settlement

A network of fish ponds supported a permanent human settlement in the seasonal drylands of Bolivia more than one thousand years ago, according to a new study published May 15, 2019 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Gabriela Prestes-Carneiro of...

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The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements And The Decolonization Of History In Bolivia

Benjamin DanglBartolina Sisa Federation leader Sabina Choquetillja speaks at a Unified Syndical Confederation of Rural Workers of Bolivia congress in Potosí on November 7, 1988. (Photographers: Luis Oporto, Diego Pacheco, and Roberto Balza....
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Argentina, Bolivia May Agree On Global Lithium Prices Next Week - Official

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Sucre and Buenos Aires may lay the foundation for determining global lithium prices during Bolivian President Evo Morales' bilateral talks with his Argentinian counterpart Mauricio Macri the next Monday, the head of...
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Peru Coca Eradication Work Turns Violent; At Least 2 Dead

Two farmers were killed in clashes in Peru that erupted Friday as authorities launched an operation to uproot coca plants — used to make cocaine — in a region near the border with Bolivia, a local mayor and the police said. A third person was...
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Venezuelan Top Diplomat Praises ‘sincere’ Montevideo Peace Mechanism

CARACAS (Sputnik) - The mechanism set up by Mexico, Bolivia, Uruguay and Caribbean nations to try to find a way out of the Venezuelan crisis is the only one acting in good faith, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said Sunday.
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Maduro Calls On Mexico, Uruguay, Bolivia, Caribbean Countries To Foster Dialogue

CARACAS (Sputnik) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called on Mexico, Uruguay, Bolivia and the Caribbean countries to contribute to national dialogue in the country.
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Miriam Toews's Women Talking Explores The Aftermath Of Rape In A Remote Mennonite Community

The forward to Miriam Toews’s eighth novel, Women Talking, begins with a punch of horrific reality: “Between 2005 and 2009, in a remote Mennonite colony in Bolivia named the Manitoba Colony, after the province in Canada, many girls and women...
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Friday Assorted Links

1. Short Bolivia photo essay. 2. Asperger was a bad guy.  “Put another way, autists were ‘enemies of the people’.” 3. GMU strivers not schemers.  And yet not everyone envies my corner of the world, fancy that. 4. The Emotion...
Related topics: World Photos, Police

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Peru Opens 3 Military Bases To Combat Illegal Gold Mining - Interior Ministry

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Peru, one of the world's largest gold producers, opens three bases for military and police staff to combat illegal mining in the department of Madre de Dios on the border with Brazil and Bolivia, the country's interior...
Related topics: Peru, Military, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Police, Brazil

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The Week's Best Photojournalism

A newborn giraffe stands between two adults at the Prague Zoo. | (EPA-EFE/MARTIN DIVISEK) Wrestlers compete in El Alto, Bolivia. | (AP Photo/Juan Karita) A helicopter showers flower petals in Brumadinho, Brazil. | (REUTERS/Washington Alves) A...
Related topics: Czech Republic, Prague, World Photos, Brazil, Reuters

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Bolivia’s Most Instagrammable Houses Showcase Indigenous Peoples’ Reclaimed Power

Carrying a Birkin bag; flashing Triple S sneakers from Balenciaga; arriving late in an Aston Martin. In El Alto, Bolivia, there’s a sign of wealth so large it can’t fit inside a closet or a garage: A building by Freddy Mamani. El Alto is a...

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Bolivia Not Supporting Montevideo Declaration On Venezuela

MONTEVIDEO (Sputnik) – Bolivia has not supported the joint declaration, adopted at the Montevideo meeting of the International Contact Group for Venezuela, Bolivian Foreign Minister Diego Pary told Sputnik, adding that it was the Venezuelans who...
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After Living Abroad, Kids Struggle With American Overparenting

When Jean Phillipson's family returned to Fairfax, Virginia, after living in Bolivia, the main thing her 10-year-old son complained about was the bus ride home from school. "He wasn't allowed to have a pencil out," says the mom of three, "because it...

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Italy Sends Plane To Bolivia To Get Seized Fugitive Battisti

Italy sent an aircraft to Bolivia on Sunday to pick up fugitive left-wing militant Cesare Battisti who was captured there nearly three decades after being convicted of murder. The development sets the stage for a climax to one of Italy's...
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Bolivia Looks To Join Argentina-uruguay-paraguay World Cup Bid

Montevideo (AFP) – Bolivia’s football-mad President Evo Morales has offered his Argentine, Uruguayan and Paraguayan counterparts help in their joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup. Morales made the offer to the equally passionate...
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