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teleSUR English Aug 10
| While Indigenous people are protesting the regime, the country’s oligarchy is financing and equipping far-right paramilitary groups.
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Patricia Aug 12
“Will you please PRAY FOR BOLIVIA? We are at the edge of Civil War. Let us share with you a few facts so you know how to pray for us. 1. Rebel indigenous groups are blockading the main roads that connect cities so food or medical supplies can not reach cities
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Ben Dangl 9h
Wara Noticias has an incredible array of direct coverage from across of protests, rallies, blockades, marches, as well as ongoing coverage:
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WION 31m
Anti-government protests in have entered their second week amid escalating political tensions and violent confrontations. Protesters are demanding that elections should take place on September 6 instead of October 18. brings you the story
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AndeanInfoNet Aug 12
Yungas coca growers in are on their way to La Paz to continue protests against the Añez government.
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©halecos Amarillosᴳᴸᴼᴮᴬᴸ 🍀ʷAͤNͣOͬNͤYˡMͤOᵍUͥSͦⁿ Aug 12
🎥🛑In 🇧🇴 on the 10th day of Bolivia's general strike, more sectors join the protests against the coup government. 🔻Today, the town of Konani, La Paz, mobilized as a community to call for democracy.
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taseenb Aug 12
The “Union Juvenil Cruceñista” is a armed neo-Nazi organisation known for “punitive“ raids against indigenous people. The US backed dictatorship of is openly inviting these gangs to terrorise and kill
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Alina Duarte Aug 7
Helicópteros y aviones hoy han estado sobrevolando las manifestaciones en con el único objetivo de aterrorizar a la población. No sé ustedes pero esto claramente se llama terrorismo de Estado. En nueve meses los golpistas han amenazado, perseguido, asesinado y más.
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AndeanInfoNet Aug 12
Key social movements & unions, incl. COB, CSUTCB, FEJUVE & Bartolina Sisas, present dialogue proposal dialogue w/these demands: 1) Elections moved up a week to Oct. 11, 2) A law confirming this date, clarifying that 's electoral court can't change it & more. We'll see.
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Jorge Derpic 13h
Añez signing the law for the elections. All the demands raised by Luis Arce and David Choquehuanca last Saturday have been met: 1) New law 2) Reassurance of no further delays 3) Endorsement by international observers. Yet, protests in some areas will continue.
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AndeanInfoNet Aug 12
The international community shows all the classic signs of being in an abusive relationship with 's Añez government, constantly walking on eggshells to avoid their anger and desperately working to modify everyone else's behavior. That needs to change now.
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CarlosSanchezBerzain Aug 12
Civil resistance, return to the Republic, and having a government of unity to end the dictatorship in . The triumph of the Bolivian people ......has become a crisis. The dictator left but not the dictatorship who continues controlling the country
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©halecos Amarillosᴳᴸᴼᴮᴬᴸ 🍀ʷAͤNͣOͬNͤYˡMͤOᵍUͥSͦⁿ Aug 11
🎥🛑Scenes from where Indigenous, miners, students and others have been on a national strike for 9 days now to demand free elections. 🔻The protests started after the US-backed coup regime announced it would postpone elections for the third time.
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©halecos Amarillosᴳᴸᴼᴮᴬᴸ 🍀ʷAͤNͣOͬNͤYˡMͤOᵍUͥSͦⁿ Aug 11
🗞🛑In 🇧🇴 Bolivia's national miners union (FSTMB) calls on it's members to intensify protests against the coup regime. Tomorrow they will go to the seat of government in La Paz.
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ThIs.iS.nOt.ThE.aLgOrThM Aug 11
CREATE ALTERNATIVE, EQUAL & PEACEFUL SYSTEMS. DIRECT DEMOCRATIC ACTION. NON-VIOLENT UNLESS I'M THREATEND. WE MUST START EDUCATING, IN REAL LIFE. I'M STUCK HERE FOR ANOTHER MONTH. FILM NIGHTS, READINGS ETC. SOLIDARITY
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Anonymous Aug 11
In 🇧🇴 THE BOLIVIAN DICTATORSHIP!!! This video shows how the Bolivian people have taken to the streets to demand the departure of the coup regime chaired by Jeanine Añez. The whereabouts of Añez and Camacho are unknown.
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AndeanInfoNet Aug 12
"Protesters paralyze over election delays." "Trump has continued to back Áñez amid mounting evidence her interim gov't has launched a brutal campaign to silence dissent, quash freedom of the press & exact retribution against the political left."
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©halecos Amarillosᴳᴸᴼᴮᴬᴸ 🍀ʷAͤNͣOͬNͤYˡMͤOᵍUͥSͦⁿ 3h
🗞🛑In : The central offices of Bolivia's workers (COB) have been attacked in La Paz. ⚠️Six explosions were heard, some union leaders were inside. Graffiti reads "Death to Evo". Pro-regime paramilitaries have been threatening attacks against anti-coup protesters.
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©halecos Amarillosᴳᴸᴼᴮᴬᴸ 🍀ʷAͤNͣOͬNͤYˡMͤOᵍUͥSͦⁿ Aug 12
🎥🛑 's coup supporters (Civic Committee) yesterday, discussing the indigenous protests against the regime: 🔻"This committee will not rest until these human beasts, who are wrongly called 'citizens', are behind bars".
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Irene Trepp Salinas Aug 11
A quick update for non-Bolivians: For days on end Morales' followers have blocked roads, preventing the passage of ambulances, oxygen, goods and patients. Medical staff has been threatened&people have been taken hostage. This is terrorism. 🇧🇴
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