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· January, 2009

Stories about Bolivia from January, 2009

Bolivia: Child Labor a Question of Culture?

Bolivia: Under-20 Football Team Loses Yet Again

Bolivia: Final Unofficial Results of Constitutional Referendum

Bolivia: Referendum Coverage on Twitter

As the polls close across Bolivia for the Constitutional Referendum vote, many of the country's users of Twitter have been hard at work sending messages about their experiences from their...

Bolivia: Dealing With Dengue Fever

Heavy rains in the Bolivian Orient help create the breeding ground for mosquitos that spread the virus that causes dengue fever. There is also a much more severe form which...

Bolivia: The Situation After the Referendum

The campaign for the Constitutional Referendum has ended across Bolivia and Sunday's vote is eagerly awaited. After months of a tension-filled campaign from both supporters and opponents of the draft...

Bolivia: Community Tourism in Copacabana

Bolivia: Most Bolivians Practice Religious Syncretism

Bolivia: Autonomy of Central Bank Under the New Consitution

Bolivia: Loyola Guzmán Supporting the “No” Vote

Syria: Arab Leaders Can't Come Together, Not Even into a Room

As the aggression on Gaza enters its third week, Arab Leaders fail to agree on the need of holding an emergency summit for the member countries of the Arab League...

Bolivia: Convincing Others to Vote “No” on New Constitution

Bolivians will head to the polls on January 25 to decide whether or not to approve the draft of the new Constitution. With ten days go, early polling indicates that...

Bolivia: Reduction of Gas Sales to Brazil

Bolivia: Nationwide Referendum on Use of International Reserves

Bolivia: An Interview With Ingrid Betancourt

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