An Americas regional forum on Wednesday published details of "deliberate" and "malicious" steps to rig Bolivia's October election in favor of then President Evo Morales, who has resigned and left the Andean nation in political crisis.
"What's happening in Latin America?" That's the question I've been getting in recent weeks from those who may not necessarily be familiar with the region but have noticed a spike in headlines this year about Latin America and the turmoil that countries like Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and most recently Colombia have experienced.
Bolivia just sent home over 700 Cuban medical professionals after former President Evo Morales was forced to resign. It's a loss of prestige and revenue for the Cuban government, which makes millions selling the doctors' services. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.
Bolivia's interim government has named an ambassador to the United States for the first time in over a decade, amid a redrawing of the South American nation's international ties that has seen traditional allies Venezuela and Cuba shunned.
Bolivia may need outside help to investigate a "massive" number of human rights violations amid post-election violence to ensure findings are seen as credible in the deeply divided country, the head of a regional human rights commission told Reuters on Tuesday.
Bolivia may need outside help to probe a "massive" amount of human rights violations and post-election violence to ensure findings are seen as credible in the deeply divided South American nation, the head of the region's human rights commission told Reuters on Tuesday.
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