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In Bolivia, Many Indigenous Communities Turn to Vigilantism to Fight Crime
February 08, 2012
If a man kills another man in the harsh high plains of Jesús de Machaca or the lush lowlands of Beni, the people who catch him might not call the police...
Indigenous Woman Attorney is Bolivia’s First President of its New Magistrates Council
January 21, 2012
Bolivia’s new president of the Magistrates' Council, the judicial body that provides administrative and disciplinary supervision of the judges and magistrates in the country, is in...
2011 Retrospective: September
January 03, 2012
Iqaluit’s Historic Bowhead Hunt Delivers Iqaluit, Nunavut, had its first bowhead whale hunt in a century yielded a mighty cetacean weighing 70 metric tons and measuring 14 meters t...
2011 Retrospective: April
December 29, 2011
The White Wash Walter Plecker, Virginia’s registrar in the 1920s, eradicated records of Indian births and marriages to support his directive that all Indians be categorized as blac...
Tensions Between Bolivian Government and Indigenous Groups Deepen
December 13, 2011
Breaks between the Bolivian government and some indigenous organizations that once threw their support behind President Evo Morales, the country’s first indigenous President, are d...
Bolivia’s TIPNIS Indigenous Marchers Successful
October 29, 2011
This week hundreds of indigenous Bolivians returned home after successfully pushing the government of President Evo Morales to ban a highway that would have bisected the National P...
Bolivia President Moves to Reroute TIPNIS Road
October 21, 2011
Indigenous Bolivians from the National Park and Indigenous Territory Isiboro Secure (TIPNIS) won a major concession from President Evo Morales today...
Bolivian Police Tear Gas Indigenous Marchers (Update)
September 27, 2011
UPDATE September 27, 2011: Bolivia's President Evo Morales has frozen construction on a
Bolivian Police Block Indigenous March as Communities Clash Over Road
September 23, 2011
Over a month into a 350-mile march protesting a government-planned road that will bisect their territory, indigenous Bolivians from the tropical lowlands find the route toward the ...
The Bolivia Genocide Case: Ex-regime figures convicted, US shelters top fugitive
September 15, 2011
Bolivia’s Supreme Court of Justice on August 30 convicted seven former officials on charges of genocide—five military officers and two ex-cabinet ministers...
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President Morales Expels USAID on Charges of Interference
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