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  • Machis strikes power Venezuela into Copa quarter-finals

  • An impressive double from striker Darwin Machis helped Venezuela book their place in the Copa America quarter-finals with a comfortable 3-1 win over Bolivia on Saturday, qualifying as runners-up in Group A behind Brazil.
  • Women in Bolivia using theater to fight gender-based violence

  • LA PAZ, Bolivia — On stage, amid the hubbub of a Bolivian street market, women recount their stories of abuse at the hands of men. But the violence depicted in the play isn’t just make-believe for the 22 indigenous actresses: It’s based on their own real-life experiences. “Kusisita,” a work that seeks to raise awareness...
  • 'Queen of Great Power' chosen at Bolivian festival

  • Organizers of the Lord Jesus of the Great Power Festival, which fuses Andean and Catholic cultures, have chosen the queen to head the annual event which will mobilize 74,000 dancers and more than 4,000 musicians in the Bolivian city of La Paz.
  • Soccer ref has heart attack, dies mid-match

  • A soccer referee collapsed in the middle of a Bolivian first-division match and was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. Victor Hugo Hurtado suffered a heart attack during the game, according to the Associated Press, during the Always Ready-Oriente Petrolero contest and was rushed to a local hospital. The 31-year-old reportedly suffered another heart attack there and...
  • Bolivia's Morales begins bid for 4th term despite complaints

  • Cheered by thousands of supporters in Bolivia's coca-growing Chapare region, President Evo Morales began his campaign for his third consecutive re-election Saturday amid opposition assertions the constitution prohibits him from running again.
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