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  • Neglect, rain threatening 'Sistine Chapel of the Andes'

  • A buttress supporting an adobe wall has collapsed and grass overgrows the patio of the four-century-old church whose dazzling murals depicting biblical scenes and remote location high atop a Bolivian plateau have earned it the nickname the "Sistine Chapel of the Andes."
  • UPDATE 1-In the new lithium 'Great Game,' Germany edges out China in Bolivia

  • When Germany signed a deal last month to help Bolivia exploit its huge lithium reserves, it hailed the venture as a deepening of economic ties with the South American country. But it also gives Germany entry into the new "Great Game", in which big powers like China are jostling across the globe for access to the prized electric battery metal.
  • In the new lithium 'Great Game', Germany edges out China in Bolivia

  • When Germany signed a deal last month to help Bolivia exploit its huge lithium reserves, it hailed the venture as a deepening of economic ties with the South American country. But it also gives Germany entry into the new "Great Game", in which big powers like China are jostling across the globe for access to the prized electric battery metal.
  • In the new lithium "Great Game", Germany edges out China in Bolivia

  • When Germany signed a deal last month to help Bolivia exploit its huge lithium reserves, it hailed the venture as a deepening of economic ties with the South American country. But it also gives Germany entry into the new "Great Game", in which big powers like China are jostling across the globe for access to the prized electric battery metal.
  • Bolivia's Morales reaffirms backing for Venezuela's Maduro

  • Bolivia's leftist President Evo Morales affirmed his long-standing alliance with President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday, with a tweet offering to stand by Venezuela's side against what he often calls U.S. meddling in South America's affairs.
  • Newborn baby ‘burns to death’ in makeshift hospital incubator

  • Doctors at a hospital in South America are being investigated for negligence after a premature newborn baby was tragically burned to death in an improvised hospital incubator. The 15-year-old mother gave birth to the child after just 32 weeks of pregnancy at the Nuestra Senora del Rosario Hospital in Warnes, Bolivia. According to local media,...
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