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Full Coverage: Bolivia's June Revolution

Full Coverage: Bolivia's June Revolution

Jim Shultz On Bolivia's Revolution & Repercussions At OAS - Bolivia is once again in the international news and with good reason. For three weeks the capital city of La Paz has been largely shut down by protests. The President has announced his resignation. The Congress is poised Thursday to hand the Presidency over to one of its leaders, an action which could easily spark deep and prolonged violence here. See... Jim Shultz: Bolivia In Turmoil

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  • Al Giordano - U.S. Outburst at OAS Meeting Over Chavez & Bolivia
  • Bolivia's Latest Revolution - Blow By Blow - As authentic journalist Claudia Espinoza said at midday, when we ran into each other in the middle of today's marches: "Once again, we have to write about thousands of marchers who shut down La Paz and clash with the police as they try to take Plaza Murillo." Well, exactly right... today, everyone again descended from El Alto into La Paz, this time with the addition of several contingents of miners. The miners numbered several thousand today, and arrived heavily armed with dynamite. See... Narconews: Today's Combat in La Paz, Bolivia

  • Green Left Weekly - Bolivia On The Brink

  • Narconews - U.S. Trying to Bribe Bolivian Social Movements?

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  • Narconews - Narconews: Bolivian President Mesa Resigns

  • Narconews - Bolivia's Mesa Close to Resigning

  • Narconews - Bolivian Right Declares Virtual War

  • Narconews - Mesa Announces Constitutional Assembly for Bolivia
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