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Latest Bolivia Items
It's not clear whether actor Sean Penn knew ahead of his visit to Bolivia of the missions he would be asked to assume by President Evo Morales.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has enacted a law to protect Amazon river dolphins, which many researchers say are at risk.
As we enter into a campaign season wholeheartedly focused on our economic security, let us not forget our national security.
PARIS | Gay marriage and adoption were in the spotlight in France as the Catholic Church used a religious holiday to urge politicians to protect heterosexual traditions.
President Evo Morales is taking his campaign to build a highway through pristine Amazon jungle directly to the affected communities.
While President Obama made headlines for downplaying the threat posed by Venezuela's Hugo Chavez to national security, such naive remarks should hardly come as a surprise given his track record.
While many of the world's leaders traveled to a Mexican seaside resort in Los Cabos for the annual Group of 20 meeting a couple weeks ago, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad traveled a little farther south, to Rio de Janeiro, for another meeting of world leaders - the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.
The recent crash-landing in Ecuador of a light aircraft with $1 million in cash tied to Mexican drug cartels highlights once again the high price some Latin American populations are paying for their governments' lackluster counternarcotics cooperation with the United States.
Charges of making threats and harassing phone calls have been dropped against the North Carolina woman who stars on the MTV reality show "Teen Mom 2."