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· July, 2011

Stories about Bolivia from July, 2011

Bolivia: What needs to improve in La Paz?

Luis Ramos in Citizen of La Paz [es] asks, “what do we need to change in La Paz?”. He answers his own question with a list of ten ideas, including...

Twitter and Latin American Presidents: Does It Make Them Closer to Us?

Twitter use among the presidents of Latin America is gaining momentum. Whether used as a form of press release, to communicate with citizens or to cheer for a soccer team,...

Bolivia: New Road Threatens Indigenous Territory of Isiboro Sécure

Bolivian President Evo Morales is under heavy criticism for his insistence in building a road that would pass through the Indigenous Territory and National Park of Isiboro Sécure, contradicting his...

Bolivia: Fighting Cholitas in the Spotlight

Female wrestling in El Alto, Bolivia has captured the attention of locals and visitors for more than ten years. These women add a bit of tradition to this popular sport:...

Bolivia: Images of Everyday Life in El Alto

Pablo Andrés Rivero shares [es] a slideshow by photographer Patricio Cooker with music by rapper Ukamau y Ke: “The pictures reflect everyday life in El Alto, one of the most...

Latin America: Blogging About the ‘2011 Copa América’

Blogger ‘Marsares’ is covering the 2011 Copa América for equinoXio [es], providing analysis about each football game. Argentina (the host), Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru,...

Wikimedia Bolivia Organizes First Event for Local Wikipedia Editors and Readers

The Bolivian Wikimedia [es] chapter gathered [es] local Wikipedia editors and readers for the first time. The event included a workshop for current and future content editors. You can see...

Bolivia: Monitoring Politicians’ Twitter Performance

Every month, blogger Pablo Andrés Rivero monitors [es] how Bolivian politicians are doing on Twitter. For the month of June [es], he ranks politicians by followers (with Senator Canta Rek...

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