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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivian president Jeanine Áñez annulled on Thursday the decree that exempted the military from criminal liability in repressing the protests that have rocked the country in recent weeks.

The Armed Forces called for a law to back up their intervention in the demonstrations following the elections on October 20th.

But 14 days after its adoption, the agreements reached in negotiations between the executive and demonstrators led to its repeal. The opposition, which took . . .

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