RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chaotic and contested vote-counting in Bolivia has turned the country into a pressure cooker about to explode.
The interruption of the count for close to a day and its sudden resumption on Monday night, with results leaving Evo Morales on the verge of victory without the need for a second round, unleashed harsh protests in the country's major cities.
The main opposition candidate, former President Carlos Mesa, called on . . .