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teleSUR English Nov 12
| Social movements have come out against the coup and said that they refuse to recognize ' resignation as it was forced on him by the military.
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Jim Shultz Nov 12
The crisis in Bolivia is too complex a story to debate on Twitter. At the request of many friends I have written an article that looks at how Bolivia got here and what happens now. Please share.
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Giovanni Cavalcanti Nov 11
🇧🇴: Massive group of Evo Morales' supporters headed towards the city of La Paz chanting “Now yes! Civil War!”— some reportedly armed with guns.
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Andrea Ascarrunz Teran Nov 10
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Jim Shultz Nov 15
Quite a few people have asked if I would update the report that I published Tuesday, to reflect the rapid series of events since then. I have just done that here. Please share. Thank you for your continued interest.
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☭Commie☭Angel☭ #NoWarWithIran #ResidueForBernie Nov 12
So US Govs SO concerned about Democracy that they keep creating situations where random ppl can just declare themselves President?? 😡 And its always a Fascist.
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intelfeedia Nov 12
: Opposition Senator declares herself interim Bolivian President during a session where there was no quorum. Move reinforces power vacuum that currently exists.
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Farid Rustamzada Nov 10
A US-backed coup against one of the most successful governments for the oppressed ever.
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Jhanisse Vaca Daza Nov 12
Jeanine Añez assumes presidency of as indicated by the constitution. She is the second female president in our history. She swears to pacify the country and lead us to new elections. I am in tears. 🇧🇴
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Bitterfck Nov 11
A big group of pro-Morales supporters is marching into the city of La Paz yelling “Now yes! Civil War!”,we fear for our safety as these groups are armed with guns and declaring war.
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Anna Le Claire ⏳🇺🇸🇺🇾🇵🇸 🇸🇾🇻🇪 Nov 23
FtS: Peaceful Mobilizations in Colombia Met with Brutal Repression and Bolivia - These are the people the US supports. Is US & covering these military and police human rights violations?? via
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Joanne Lin Nov 20
The world's ablaze w/ unprecedented protest What will US pres candidates do to curb political repression? For tonight's read survey
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Jim Shultz Nov 12
"It didn’t have to come to this. It shouldn’t have. But let’s never confuse a popular rebellion to protect democracy with a coup staged by an army."
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Eliana Nov 21
Please help spread the word & let's create a BETTER WORLD !!! Set a reminder on your phones Friday November 22 @ 7 pm Lebanon Time & 5 pm GMT ...
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Bible Prophecy Daily Dec 8
ARTICLE:”Bolivian Minister Seeks Israel Help in Fighting Alleged Leftist ‘Terrorism’”- Gen.12:2-3 - via
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intelfeedia Nov 13
: Fresh round of clashes breakout in and El Alto as Evo Morales supporters oppose new interim leader . Situation likely to remain volatile until new elections.
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Brad Mills [Jan/3🔑] Nov 11
Replying to @bradmillscan
The local entrepreneur told her that the military is going to be patrolling the street tonight to keep the peace. Most of the protesting is happening 5 blocks away near the government buildings. Sounds like gunfire in the distance.
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دختر مهاجر Nov 20
This is just heartbreaking... we don’t deserve this no matter what. Let’s forget about the borders and stand all together, with people of , , and for
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KingKublai5 Nov 10
My reaction when neocons and neolibs bitch about Russia interfering in our elections
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LeftVoice Nov 15
Massive demonstrations today in La Paz, El Alto, calling for the resignation of the self-appointed interim president.
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