Ethnic Rifts in Bolivia Burst Into View With Fall of Evo Morales.

As the country’s first Indigenous president has tumbled from power, Indigenous Bolivians fear the loss of their hard-won political gains, and say a racially tinged backlash has begun.

Canada supports Bolivia’s interim president, calls for democratic election.

The Canadian government says it is monitoring the situation "very closely" and encourages the country to hold democratic elections as soon as possible.

Bolivia’s warring political parties reach deal for new elections to end crisis.

Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Anez, who took over on Tuesday after a spate of resignations, had earlier indicated she wanted to mend bridges with former leader Evo Morales' party.

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Bolivia's interim president's indigenous-free cabinet heightens polarization.

Rightwing Christian Jeanine Áñez vows to ‘pacify’ countryDisrespect for indigenous Wiphala flag stokes outrageBolivia’s controversial new interim president has unveiled a new cabinet which critics say could further increase polarization in the cou...

Bolivia’s Interim Leader Says Nation Must ‘Reconstruct Democracy’.

The leader, Jeanine Añez Chavez, was preparing to appoint a cabinet, but backers of the ousted Evo Morales have promised to disrupt the new government.

Bolivia’s interim president faces challenge of organizing elections amid protests.

The constitution gives Jeanine Anez 90 days to organize an election, and her accession was an example of the problems she'll face.

Bolivia's interim president Jeanine Áñez promises new elections.

Ousted Evo Morales decries senate No 2’s ‘self-proclamation’Parliament threatens to nullify her appointmentBolivia’s new interim president has pledged to hold a new election as soon as possible and condemned “revenge” acts by disgruntled supporter...

Uneasy Calm in Bolivia as Lawmakers Threaten Showdown With Interim Leader.

The interim president, Jeanine Añez Chavez, was preparing to appoint a cabinet, but backers of the ousted Evo Morales have promised to disrupt the new government.

Protests, clashes ignite after Bolivia’s opposition leader declares herself president.

Angry supporters of former president Evo Morales' tried to reach the Congress building screaming, "She must quit!'' Police and soldiers fired tear gas trying to disperse the crowd.

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Ousted Evo Morales arrives in Mexico leaving power vacuum in Bolivia.

Ex-president says army told him of $50,000 price on his headMorales thanks Mexico for ‘saving my life’Evo Morales, who resigned under pressure from police and army after a fiercely disputed election, has flown into exile in Mexico, leaving a confu...

Bolivia Crisis Shows the Blurry Line Between Coup and Uprising.

The Cold War binary of “bad” coups and “good” popular revolts no longer applies. But the labels persist, with important consequences.

Evo Morales Flies to Mexico but Vows to Return to Bolivia ‘With Force’.

The ousted Bolivian president signaled that his exile will be brief, while officials in La Paz prepared to try to form an interim government.

Bolivia's Evo Morales says he is leaving for Mexico, but will return with 'energy'.

Former president says it hurts to leave ‘for political reasons’ as Peru confirms Mexican government plane is bound for BoliviaBolivia’s former president Evo Morales has announced he is leaving to take up asylum in Mexico but said he would soon “re...

‘This Will Be Forever’: How the Ambitions of Evo Morales Contributed to His Fall.

Bolivia prospered on the watch of its firebrand leftist president, but his refusal to step aside led to an ignominious downfall.

What We Know About the Power Vacuum in Bolivia After Evo Morales’s Fall.

Mr. Morales was once a hugely popular leader, hailed by Bolivia’s Indigenous people and the global left. Now, he is in hiding and ousted from office, and it is unclear who will replace him.

Power vacuum looms as Evo Morales resignation splits Bolivia.

Morales claims he is victim of coup amid reports of looting, vandalism and arsonBolivia has been plunged into chaos and uncertainty as a power vacuum looms amid reports of looting, vandalism and arson carried out by both supporters and opponents o...

Bolivia thrown into power void as president, top officials resign after weeks of unrest.

While some are celebrating, others are raising fears the void could open space for a military takeover.

Evo Morales Urges Resistance to New Bolivian Government.

The former president’s stance could complicate efforts to form a transitional administration and hold fresh elections.

How countries have reacted to Bolivia’s president stepping down.

Morales was first elected in 2006, making him the first indigenous president of Bolivia.

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Bolivian Leader Evo Morales Steps Down

A leftist who had served longer than any other current head of state in Latin America, Mr. Morales lost his grip on power amid violent protests set off by a disputed election.

Bolivian president Evo Morales resigns after election result dispute.

President quits after nearly 14 years in power, hours after promising fresh electionsBolivia’s president, Evo Morales, is to resign after the military called for him to step down and allies fell awayfollowing a fierce backlash over his disputed re...

Bolivia’s president calls for new elections amid protests disputing vote.

The leftist leader made the announcement after a preliminary report by the Organization of American States cited a ``heap of observed irregularities'' in the Oct. 20 presidential contest and called for a new election.

Evo Morales agrees to new elections after irregularities found.

Bolivian president’s decision follows protests over disputed 20 October election resultEvo Morales, the Bolivian president, has agreed to hold new elections after a damning report from the Organization of American States (OAS) found serious irregu...

Bolivian Leader Calls for New Elections Under Pressure From Protests.

President Evo Morales had claimed victory in a recent vote, but international monitors questioned the result.

Bolivian police in La Paz join 'mutiny' against Evo Morales.

Officers in country’s main city join colleagues across Bolivia in declaring support for protests Police in Bolivia’s main city La Paz have declared themselves in mutiny joining anti-government protests and fellow officers in at least six other cit...

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