Bolivian Conflict Regains Momentum

Three people have died and dozens injured in the clashes sparked following the October 20th election.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The conflict unleashed in Bolivia by the results of the general elections on October 20th - which favor the government while the opposition claims fraud - has not found a political or institutional solution.

Groups of protesters for and against President Evo Morales face each other every day in several cities across the country, which has left at least three dead and dozens wounded.

The police are unable to ensure order . . .

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