SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – As chaos continues to reign in Bolivia, with reports of looting and violence in many cities throughout the country, those Bolivians who live abroad have faced many hours on the internet trying to find out more about their loved ones back home.
For Antonio Andrade Vargas, living in São Paulo for the past twenty years and founder of the news portal Bolivia Cultural (Cultural Bolivia), the last few days have been tense. On Sunday, November 10th, Vargas received a voice message from . . .