Chuquisaca, Bolivia Newswire

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  1. Derek Cheng: My bowel runneth overRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | The New Zealand Herald

    Your butt cheeks instantly tighten, your breath quickens and your eyes bulge in dread. Nothing turns a traveller pale with fear like the unmistakable growl of an upset tummy in the developing world.

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  2. Revolt from indigenous base challenges Bolivia's MoralesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | USA Today

    Just months after President Evo Morales won re-election with a convincing three-fifths of the vote, Bolivia's first indigenous president is suddenly up against a formidable opposition. Revolt from indigenous base challenges Bolivia's Morales LA PAZ, Bolivia - Just months after President Evo Morales won re-election with a convincing three-fifths of the vote, Bolivia's first indigenous president is suddenly up against a formidable opposition.

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  3. Revolt from indigenous base challenges Boliviaa s MoralesAP Photo/Juan ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | TheCourier.com

    Just months after President Evo Morales won re-election with a convincing three-fifths of the vote, Bolivia's first indigenous president is suddenly up against a formidable opposition.

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  4. Revolt from indigenous base challenges Bolivia's MoralesRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Just months after President Evo Morales won re-election with a convincing three-fifths of the vote, Bolivia's first indigenous president is suddenly up against a formidable opposition. It comes not from the conservative business elite that long has chafed at Morales' leftist rhetoric, but rather from the very "anti-colonialist" movement that propelled him to power nearly a decade ago.

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  5. Revolt from indigenous base challenges Bolivia's MoralesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | USA Today

    Just months after President Evo Morales won re-election with a convincing three-fifths of the vote, Bolivia's first indigenous president is suddenly up against a formidable opposition. Revolt from indigenous base challenges Bolivia's Morales LA PAZ, Bolivia - Just months after President Evo Morales won re-election with a convincing three-fifths of the vote, Bolivia's first indigenous president is suddenly up against a formidable opposition.

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  6. May 13, 5-13-2015 Mummies, Minerals, and More at the Tarija Paleontological MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Bella's Bolivia Blog

    Recently I did a blog on the dinosaur tracks found in Sucre, Bolivia. Today I'm doing a blog also about prehistoric stuff and also about a place you can visit in Bolivia.

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  7. Libertadores Cup 2015: Tigers vs. Universitario de SucreRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | Xinhuanet

    Jorge Torres Nilo (R) of Mexico's Tigres vies for the ball during a match against Bolivia's Universitario de Sucre at Libertadores Cup 2015, in Monterrey City, Mexico, on May 5, 2015. (Xinhua/Juan Carlos Perez/NOTIMEX)

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  8. May 4, 5-1-2015 Bolivia Has More Dinosaur Footprints Than Anywhere Else In The WORLDRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Bella's Bolivia Blog

    We all know about the Cal Orko Dinosaur Park in Sucre, Bolivia that I've blogged about before. If you don't, then its the side of a mountain full of dinosaur tracks.

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  9. Keeping track(s) of time: Thousands of footprints left by dinosaurs ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Daily Mail

    Keeping track of time: Thousands of footprints left by dinosaurs 68 million years ago found on a steep vertical rock face Site's thought to be the largest dinosaur trackway in the world and includes footprints made by numerous species and baby And although the angle of the prints could suggest the lumbering reptiles were avid mountaineers, Bolivia's Cal Orcko paleontological site is the result of tectonic activity that forced the earth upwards. The attraction, at Fancesa limestone quarry in Sucre, comprises some 462 trails made up of 5,055 prints - and frequent landslides reveal new ones, some of which belong to unknown species.

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  10. Lessons from BoliviaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    A FEW weeks ago, a team preparing for the biggest game of their season rested their best players for a relatively unimportant league match. Instead of putting out the big names, they turned up with a side of fresh-faced kids.

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  11. Stuart Harrison 24/9/14 New Swindon Advertiser football columnist Alex Cooke.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Swindon Advertiser

    A FEW weeks ago, a team preparing for the biggest game of their season rested their best players for a relatively unimportant league match. Instead of putting out the big names, they turned up with a side of fresh-faced kids.

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  12. Boca, River to meet in Libertadores round of 16Read the original story

    Apr 23, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    Boca Juniors will meet local rivals River Plate in the opening knockout round of the Copa Libertadores, South American football governing body Conmebol said on Thursday. The Buenos Aires giants will clash at River's Estadio Monumental on May 7 before the return leg at Boca's Bombonera a week later.

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  13. Boca vs River highlights start of Copa Libertadores playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Boca Juniors vs. River Plate will highlight the start of the knockout round of the Copa Libertadores. There will also be two high-profile matchups between Brazilian clubs, but defending champion San Lorenzo, the Pope's team, will not have a chance to repeat its triumph from a year ago after an early elimination.

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  14. Bolivia: Voters reaffirm 'process of change', but warn Morales' partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2015 | Green Left Weekly

    Up to 90% of the electorate voted in Bolivia's "local" elections on March 29 for governors, mayors and departmental assembly and municipal council members throughout the country. The governing Movement for Socialism of left-wing President Evo Morales once again emerged as the only party with national representation.

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  15. Wanchope scores twice in key Hurac n winRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2015 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Ramn Wanchope Abila scored twice yesterday to lead Huracn to a 3-1 win over Cruzeiro at the Toms Adolfo Duc stadium for the second to last round of the Group Three of the Libertadores Cup. Abila scored in the 14th and 25th minutes.

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  16. Apr 14, Bolivia's Dia de Ninos - Kids DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | Bella's Bolivia Blog

    When I first walked around Sucre, I could not help but notice the children and how well they are attended to. Kids are everywhere, from babies to college aged, generally happy and healthy, well-dressed and well-mannered.

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  17. Team in Bolivia's Top Flight Fields 7 Kids Against 11 Adults, Farce EnsuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | BleacherReport

    Sucre were so incensed that the league refused to cancel the match and allow them to prepare for a big The league eventually awarded Bolivar the standard 3-0 victory usually given for unfulfilled fixtures, and the supporters who watched the debacle were all given refunds.

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  18. Bolivian top flight side fields team of seven teenagers in protest at league decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | Yahoo!

    Universitario de Sucre were so incensed at a decision of the Bolivian league that they staged a magnificent protest - despite knowing it would cost them a match. You may never have heard of Universitario de Sucre, but in Bolivian football they are one of the big cheeses.

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  19. Getting rid of soccer spectatorsRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Buenos Aires Herald

    First they stopped fans of visiting teams going to matches - a measure designed to stop hooliganism in stadiums which did nothing of the sort as clubs found ways to let visiting fans in anyway. Now they are closing stadiums completely to spectators where there had been incidents, another measure which does more harm than good and allows more corruption in to the Argentine Football Association and political interference.

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  20. A crucial week of Libertadores actionRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Eagle-eyed observers of the new 30-team strong top flight may have noticed that several teams have been taking a rather nonchalant approach to their domestic commitments. Unfamiliar surnames dot team-sheets, as the established stars are given the weekend off to rest and watch the substitutes strut their stuff.

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