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Following a two-week vigil in La Paz, frustrated lowland indigenous marchers have decided to return to their native communities.
Some 1,500 indigenous marchers and their allies arrived in La Paz on June 27, after a 62-day, 360 mile trek from the Amazonian lowlands to protest the Bolivian government’s proposed highway through
The second indigenous march in defense of Bolivia’s Isiboro-Sécure Indigenous Territory and National Park (TIPNIS) reached San Borja this past weekend, completing one-third of its 370-mile trek to
After a week fraught with tension, the second march to protest the Bolivian government’s proposed highway through the Isiboro-Sécure Indigenous Territory and National Park (TIPNIS) is set to depart
President Evo Morales announced last week that Bolivia will revoke its contract with Brazilian company OAS to build the
This week opened a new chapter in Bolivia’s TIPNIS conflict.