LA PAZ — A team of archaeologists in Bolivia said they have discovered tombs containing over a hundred bundles of artifacts and human remains dating more than 500 years old that belonged to an indigenous civilization that once inhabited the region. Bolivia’s Ministry of Cultures and Tourism authorized the dig more than three months ago...
The snow appears to be pristine on the Andean peaks that loom above Bolivia's capital, but even here ash and smog reach up to a remote plateau that is home to the world's highest atmospheric observatory.
The city of La Paz, Bolivia, came up with a unique way to improve their air quality, which was bad due to pollution. The city installed a massive cable car system to transport millions of people around. This is possible mainly because the city is located in a deep valley and surrounded by mountain peaks.
Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations is slamming a “circus of Bolivian hypocrisy” after the socialist country invited the director general of an anti-Israel group to speak at a Security Council event -- the latest controversial move by the Bolivians in the space of a week.
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley is demanding the U.N. Secretary General take action against the Bolivian and Cuban delegations after they disrupted a U.S. event to draw attention to the plight of political prisoners in Cuba and damaged U.N. property in the process.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Wednesday said he was prepared to consider an appeal by his Bolivian counterpart for fresh dialogue over a long-running border dispute but added Bolivia must first drop its demand for access to the sea through Chilean territory.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said on Wednesday that he was prepared to negotiate further with Bolivia in the countries' long-runnning border dispute, but said Bolivia must first give up its demand for access to the sea through Chilean territory.
Landlocked Bolivia cannot force Chile to negotiate over granting it "sovereign access" to the Pacific Ocean, judges at the International Court of Justice ruled Monday, in a setback for President Evo Morales, who was in court for the ruling.
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