Historic photos of dead Che Guevara resurface in Spain

Lost for half a century, historic photographs of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara taken by an AFP photographer shortly after his execution have come to light in a small Spanish town.

'World's poorest president' Jose Mujica offered $1 million for antiquated VW Beetle

Known for his austere lifestyle, Uruguay's President Jose Mujica has claimed that he has been offered a price of $ 1 million to sell off his 1987 vintage Volkswagen Beetle.

Two killed in Bolivian military plane crash

Two airmen died when their small military plane crashed while rehearsing stunts for the anniversary of the Bolivian air force, a local television station said.

Bolivia enacts law to combat domestic violence

 Bolivia has enacted a new law designed to combat domestic violence and encourage victims to stand up and speak out their sufferings.

Bolivia polls: Partial vote count confirms Morales' victory

 Official scrutiny of 42.56 percent of the votes from presidential elections in Bolivia has confirmed the re-election of leftist Evo Morales as indicated by the exit polls.

Evo Morales claims landslide victory in Bolivia vote

Bolivian President Evo Morales declared victory Sunday and exit polls showed him romping to a third term with more than 60 percent of the vote, giving him a strong mandate to expand his leftist reforms.

Evo Morales: Bolivia`s tenacious indigenous leader

 Evo Morales grew up in poverty on Bolivia`s high plains and was a llama herder, musician, footballer and coca grower before rising to become the country`s first indigenous president.

Bolivia favours resuming ties with US

 Bolivia will resume "full" diplomatic relations with the US when there is certainty of non- interference in the country`s internal matters, Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera has said.

Bolivia`s Morales elected to third term: Exit polls

Bolivian President Evo Morales was elected to a third term Sunday with more than 60 percent of the vote, avoiding a runoff against a divided opposition, exit polls said.

Bolivians vote amid expectations of Morales landslide

Bolivians voted Sunday in elections widely expected to give President Evo Morales a third term in office, along with a legislative majority needed to push through his leftist reforms.

Morales set for landslide victory in Bolivia vote

Bolivia's indigenous President Evo Morales was widely expected to win a third term in power in elections on Sunday, along with a legislative majority that would permit him to push through his leftist reforms.

Bolivia votes in presidential election; easy win seen for Morales

Bolivians vote Sunday in an election that is almost guaranteed to hand a third consecutive term to President Evo Morales, a former coca farmer whose brand of "indigenous socialism" has expanded the role of the state in a booming economy.

Evo Morales set to cruise to third term in Bolivia vote

 Evo Morales, Bolivia`s first indigenous president, is expected to win a third term against a fragmented opposition Sunday, with a large Congressional majority to continue pushing through his leftist reforms.

Riot breaks out in Bolivian prison

Inmates at a Bolivian prison set sheets and clothes on fire to prevent authorities from searching for weapons, three days after a shootout between Bolivian and foreign-born inmates left four people dead and 10 injured, authorities said.

Bolivia prison clash leaves four dead

Authorities in Bolivia Monday confirmed that four people were killed and 11 others injured in a clash in central Bolivia's El Abra prison over the weekend.

Five new monkey species discovered
Five new monkey species discovered

 Conservationists have discovered five new monkey species in South America that have, since, been added to the animal record books.

Bolivia declares Israel a terrorist state

Bolivia today renounced a visa exemption agreement with Israel in protest over its offensive in Gaza, and declared it a terrorist state.

Hundreds of human skeletons found in Bolivian mining city

Construction workers in Bolivia have stumbled upon a mass grave with the remains of hundreds of likely indigenous miners during the Spanish colonial era, a researcher said Saturday.

Bolivia legalizes child labor for kids from age 10

Bolivia has passed a law authorizing children to work from age 10, saying the rule is necessary due to realities in the impoverished country where kids join the labor market prematurely.

Chile rejects court`s role in sea access row with Bolivia

President Michelle Bachelet said Monday she will seek to have the International Criminal Court of Justice declared an inappropriate venue for settling landlocked Bolivia`s demand for access to the Pacific through Chile.