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B. 2016-08-25 Bolivia minister killed by protesting miners Panduro, Bolivia
2016-02-21 President Evo Morales 'loses fourth term bid' Bolivia
3. 2014-10-12 Morales claims Bolivia election win La Paz, Bolivia
4. 2014-10-11 Easy third-term win expected for Bolivia's Morales Bolivia
F. 2014-07-17 Bolivia lowers working age to 10 Bolivia
G. 2014-04-24 Bolivia dismisses protesting troops Bolivia
H. 2013-08-26 Brazil minister quits in Bolivia row Brazil
I. 2013-07-03 Bolivia anger over jet 'aggression' Bolivia

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Bolivia minister killed by protesting miners   The Bolivian government says its deputy interior minister Rodolfo Illanes has been kidnapped and killed by striking miners President Evo Morales 'loses fourth term bid'


year 2016 Top ^

Aug.25
Feb.21
  Morales of Bolivia has narrowly lost a referendumt. One poll suggests 52.3% voted against the proposal to amend the constitution


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.12 Morales claims Bolivia election win Map of La Paz Bolivia
  President Evo Morales has claimed victory and a third term in office after presidential elections. This win is a triumph for anti-imperialists, he said
Oct.11 Easy third-term win expected for Bolivia's Morales Jul.17 Bolivia lowers working age to 10 Apr.24 Bolivia dismisses protesting troops

year 2013 Top ^

Aug.26 Brazil minister quits in Bolivia row
Jul.3 France apology in Bolivia jet row. Paris Bolivia anger over jet 'aggression' May.20 Bolivia law backs Morales third term May.1 Bolivian leader expels US aid agency Jan.6 Bolivia alleges US Morales 'plot'

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.29 Journalist Fernando Vidal set alight on air
May.12 US man on hunger strike after 11 months in Bolivian prison Feb.23 Bolivia disabled and police clash

year 2011 Top ^

Oct.1 Bolivia Amazon road march resumes
Aug.30 Jail over Bolivia protest deaths Feb.10 Bolivia leader flees food protest Jan.19 Bolivia wants coca to be legal

year 2010 Top ^

Aug.10   Protesters cut off Andean city   2-week-old protest by residents of Potosi, a remote Andean city who have cut off all roads, train and air traffic with the rest of the world

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.6 Exit polls: Morales re-elected
  Movement for Socialism party won 62% of the vote. The conservative Progress Plan for Bolivia party came in second with 23% Apr.14 Congress sets date for general elections
Apr.11 President vows to continue hunger strike Jan.25 Bolivians 'back new constitution'  Exit polls suggest Bolivia has approved a constitution backed by President Morales that he says will empower the country's indigenous majority

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.22 Official: Plot to kill president foiled  A top government official said that the country's intelligence services had uncovered a plot to assassinate President Evo Morales Sep.16 Opposition agrees to talks  Both sides in a bitter dispute that has threatened to fracture Bolivia reached a tentative agreement intended to resolve the crisis Governor arressted after 30 killed  The military arrested Leopoldo Fernandez, the governor of one of 5 provinces where violent clashes have occurred in the past three weeks Sep.14 Morales struggling to control Bolivia
  President Morales struggled to assert control as protesters set fire to a town hall and blockaded highways in opposition-controlled provinces Aug.10 Morales won a decisive mandate  Bolivia holds a Vote of confidence referendum over whether the president, VP and most prefects should face re-election May.4 State backs autonomy
Map of Santa Cruz Bolivia  Thousands of people in the state of Santa Cruz celebrated the success of a referendum on autonomy, but the president said the measure failed Apr.21   Leaders warn on biofuels and food   UN: Bolivian President Morales and President Garcia of Peru have issued warnings about the effects of biofuel production on food supplies

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.15 4 regions declare autonomy  Tensions were rising as members of the 4 highest natural gas-producing regions declared autonomy from the central government Mar.10   Chavez launches biting US attack  The firebrand leftist leader said that capitalism was 'the road to hell'

year 2006 Top ^

May.12 Energy in focus for EU-LatAm talks
. Austria May.2 Gas grab 'just the start' Apr.29   Leftist trio seals Americas pact
   Cuba: The leaders of Bolivia, Cuba and Venezuela have signed a trade agreement to counter US influence
Jan.22 New leader Morales vows change   Evo Morales has been sworn in as Bolivia's first indigenous president at the Congress in the main city La Paz

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.18 Leftist Morales poised to lead
  Exit polls from presidential election suggest a clear victory for Aymara Indian candidate, ahead of Jorge Quiroga
Jun.9 Rodriguez sworn in as interim president  The head of Supreme Court is to succeed the outgoing Mesa after two congressional leaders turned the post down Unrest halts Congress Jun.8 Emergency Congress to name President Jun.7 Offer fails to end crisis Jun.6 President Carlos Mesa submits resignation  President Mesa offered to resign, seeking to quell anti-government protests that have paralyzed the country Mar.6 President Carlos Mesa offers to quit

year 2004 Top ^

Jul.18 President says he has won referendum


year 2003 Top ^

Oct.17 President Sanchez resigns
  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada has resigned after weeks of violent protests. Vice President Carlos Mesa was sworn Oct.15 Troops Fight Back Protesters


year 2002 Top ^

Aug.4 Congress elects Lozada president  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, a U.S.-educated, pro-market former president, is to lead the country for 5 years

year 2001 Top ^

Aug.7 Bolivia's new president

before year 2000
Jul. 24, 1783   Simon Bolivar born
Map of Caracas Venezuela
  Venezuela: Played an instrumental role in the establishment of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia as sovereign states independent of Spain



  Leftist trio seals Americas pact




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2006
Apr.29
   Cuba: The leaders of Bolivia, Cuba and Venezuela have signed a trade agreement to counter US influence




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2007 Mar.10   Chavez launches biting US attack  The firebrand leftist leader said that capitalism was 'the road to hell'



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2012 May.12 US man on hunger strike after 11 months in Bolivian prison




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2013 May.1 Bolivian leader expels US aid agency




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2008 Sep.16 Opposition agrees to talks  Both sides in a bitter dispute that has threatened to fracture Bolivia reached a tentative agreement intended to resolve the crisis 2006 May.12 Energy in focus for EU-LatAm talks
. Austria



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2016 Feb.21 President Evo Morales 'loses fourth term bid'
  Morales of Bolivia has narrowly lost a referendumt. One poll suggests 52.3% voted against the proposal to amend the constitution
2014 Oct.12 Morales claims Bolivia election win Map of La Paz Bolivia
  President Evo Morales has claimed victory and a third term in office after presidential elections. This win is a triumph for anti-imperialists, he said
Oct.11 Easy third-term win expected for Bolivia's Morales 2009 Dec.6 Exit polls: Morales re-elected  Movement for Socialism party won 62% of the vote. The conservative Progress Plan for Bolivia party came in second with 23% Apr.14 Congress sets date for general elections Jan.25 Bolivians 'back new constitution'  Exit polls suggest Bolivia has approved a constitution backed by President Morales that he says will empower the country's indigenous majority 2008 Aug.10 Morales won a decisive mandate  Bolivia holds a Vote of confidence referendum over whether the president, VP and most prefects should face re-election May.4 State backs autonomy Map of Santa Cruz Bolivia  Thousands of people in the state of Santa Cruz celebrated the success of a referendum on autonomy, but the president said the measure failed 2005 Dec.18 Leftist Morales poised to lead
  Exit polls from presidential election suggest a clear victory for Aymara Indian candidate, ahead of Jorge Quiroga
2004 Jul.18 President says he has won referendum




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2013 Aug.26 Brazil minister quits in Bolivia row
2009 Apr.11 President vows to continue hunger strike 2008 Dec.22 Official: Plot to kill president foiled  A top government official said that the country's intelligence services had uncovered a plot to assassinate President Evo Morales Sep.16 Governor arressted after 30 killed  The military arrested Leopoldo Fernandez, the governor of one of 5 provinces where violent clashes have occurred in the past three weeks 2006 Jan.22 New leader Morales vows change   Evo Morales has been sworn in as Bolivia's first indigenous president at the Congress in the main city La Paz 2005 Jun.9 Rodriguez sworn in as interim president  The head of Supreme Court is to succeed the outgoing Mesa after two congressional leaders turned the post down Jun.6 President Carlos Mesa submits resignation  President Mesa offered to resign, seeking to quell anti-government protests that have paralyzed the country Mar.6 President Carlos Mesa offers to quit 2003 Oct.17 President Sanchez resigns  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada has resigned after weeks of violent protests. Vice President Carlos Mesa was sworn 2002 Aug.4 Congress elects Lozada president  Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, a U.S.-educated, pro-market former president, is to lead the country for 5 years 2001 Aug.7 Bolivia's new president 1889 Jul. 24, 1783   Simon Bolivar born Map of Caracas Venezuela
  Venezuela: Played an instrumental role in the establishment of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia as sovereign states independent of Spain




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2016 Aug.25 Bolivia minister killed by protesting miners   The Bolivian government says its deputy interior minister Rodolfo Illanes has been kidnapped and killed by striking miners 2014 Apr.24 Bolivia dismisses protesting troops
2012 Feb.23 Bolivia disabled and police clash 2011 Oct.1 Bolivia Amazon road march resumes Aug.30 Jail over Bolivia protest deaths Feb.10 Bolivia leader flees food protest 2010 Aug.10   Protesters cut off Andean city   2-week-old protest by residents of Potosi, a remote Andean city who have cut off all roads, train and air traffic with the rest of the world 2005 Jun.7 Offer fails to end crisis 2003 Oct.15 Troops Fight Back Protesters



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2008 Sep.14 Morales struggling to control Bolivia  President Morales struggled to assert control as protesters set fire to a town hall and blockaded highways in opposition-controlled provinces



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2014 Jul.17 Bolivia lowers working age to 10
2013 May.20 Bolivia law backs Morales third term 2011 Jan.19 Bolivia wants coca to be legal



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2012 Oct.29 Journalist Fernando Vidal set alight on air




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2005 Jun.9 Unrest halts Congress
Jun.8 Emergency Congress to name President



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2008 Apr.21   Leaders warn on biofuels and food   UN: Bolivian President Morales and President Garcia of Peru have issued warnings about the effects of biofuel production on food supplies