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· April, 2006

Stories about Bolivia from April, 2006

Bolivia, Venezuela, Cuba: Morales’ TCP

Evo Morales has announced a free trade agreement with Venezuela and Cuba. A free trade agreement except that it shall be called a TCP, or “Trade Agreement of the Peoples.”...

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Este artículo también está disponible en español. Millions of Bolivians have left their homeland in search for greener pastures for a variety of reasons. Nostalgia can sink in and can...

Bolivia: Unity Festival 2006

GlowMain lists the DJ's that will perform at the 24-hour, non-stop, psychedelic trance event (ES) called “Unity Festival,” which will take place the first week of May in Bolivia.

Bolivia: Morales’ First Trip to the U.S.?

Would new Bolivian president, Evo Morales come to the US to play a game of football? Eduardo Ávila explains.

Bolivia: Bloggers Radio Show

Blogs de Bolivia announces (ES) that blogger Sebastian (ES), his wife Anne (ES), and Sergio Mier have launched a weekly radio show on FM 92.3 Santa Cruz, which will cover...

Bolivia, Venezuela, Paraguay, Colombia: Crisis in the Andes

Explaining that Venezuela has already left and that Bolivia is thinking of following, Miguel Buitrago says that most of the achievements of The Andean Community (CAN) are only observable on...

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Este artículo también está disponible en español. Bolivia lacks access to the ocean, so the country shouldn’t have any reason to fear pirates, right? Well, they may not be the...

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

A controversial document instructing public servants to contribute to the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) political party generated words of discontent among some Bolivian bloggers. The letter in question was directed...

Bolivia: Remembering Victor Hugo Daza

With descriptive words and somber reflection, Jim Shultz describes his time in Cochabamba's cemetery, where family and friends gathered to remember Victor Hugo Daza, killed by the military at the...

Bolivia: BBC on Morales

Both Alvaro and Eduardo give their impressions of a recent BBC feature on Bolivian President Evo Morales.

Ukraine: Promoting Books in Ukrainian

A group of Ukrainian LJ users concerned about the sorry state of Ukrainian-language book publishing had a lively discussion on how the situation could be improved. One blogger even drew...

Bolivia: Stranded by Transport Strikes

Rob of Rob's Rave describes being stranded first in Tarija and then Sucre, Bolivia because of transport strikes and road blockades.

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB), the capitalized national airline, currently sits in the midst of a severe economic crisis, which may signal the end of the second longest running airline in...

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