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· October, 2010

Stories about Bolivia from October, 2010

Bolivia: The Effects of Climate Change on Water

Pablo Rivero blogs at Purple Fire [es] for Blog Action Day: “Bolivia is a country with great nature reserves, among them, fresh water. However, in the last years, the effects...

Bolivia: The Mining Rescue and Chile-Bolivia Relations

In his blog Pronto, Miguel Centellas analyzes whether the mining rescue will improve bilateral relations between Bolivia and Chile. One of the 33 miners trapped underground is Bolivian [es].

Latin Americans Comment on Mario Vargas Llosa's Nobel Prize in Literature

Through blogs and Twitter, Latin Americans shared their different views on the announcement that Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa had won the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Bolivia: Video Interview with Bolivian Blogger and Twitter User Vania Balderrama

Hugo Miranda from Angelcaido interviewed [es] blogger [es] and Twitter user Vania Balderrama (@capsuliana). In the video interview, Vania talks about blogging, Twitter, women and technology, and what it means...

Latin America Reacts to Crisis in Ecuador

Bloggers from Argentina [es], Chile [es], Colombia [es], Bolivia [es], Costa Rica [es], Honduras [es], El Salvador [es], Mexico, Nicaragua [es], Paraguay [es], Venezuela [es] and Peru [es] have reacted...

Bolivia After World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth

Digital citizen newspaper Ahora Bolivia [es] reports on the impact of the World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth in Bolivia.

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