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Latest Evo Morales Items
A Bolivian first-division soccer club has come up with a great marketing ploy: The Sports Boys team says it has signed on the country's president, Evo Morales, to suit up and play about 20-30 minutes per match.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has stopped using email because he says U.S. intelligence agencies have hacked into his country's online infrastructure.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden has yet another place to go, if only he can get there. Bolivian President Evo Morales says Snowden is welcome in his country.
The presidents of Nicaragua and Venezuela offered Friday to grant asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, one day after leftist South American leaders gathered to denounce the rerouting of Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane over Europe amid reports that the American was aboard.
A furious Bolivian government accused Austria of "kidnapping" President Evo Morales after authorities on Wednesday boldly searched his plane, accusing him of hiding U.S. fugitive and NSA information leaker Edward Snowden.
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.
It's not clear whether Sean Penn knew ahead of his visit to Bolivia of the missions he'd be asked to assume by President Evo Morales.
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.
Bolivian President Evo Morales urged a 53-nation U.N. narcotics control meeting Monday to accept his push for legalization of coca-leaf chewing and growing in his country for traditional uses.