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Breaking News: Australian tourists in Bolivia attacked by flesh eating maggots
   
Posted by: prabirghose

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2013-01-11 23:31:47 -0800 | humanitarian-news

An Australian couple had gone on vacation to the Amazon and became victims of flesh eating maggots – they have to now remain there in Bolivia for at least a month to get rid of the maggots. This has been...
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Source: BBC

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2012-06-09 17:34:20 -0700 | political-news

Bolivia's disabled clash with police over subsidies Dozens of disabled people have clashed with police in Bolivia during a protest calling for higher state subsidies. Several protesters were hurt as they tried to break through a police cordon in the...
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Source: Sacramento Bee

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2012-02-03 02:34:12 -0800 | sports-news

Police in riot gear have moved in to clear a vacant building taken over by members of Occupy Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz Sentinel (http://bit.ly/tcRdhR) says about 30 officers attempted to gain entry into the former Coast Commercial Bank building...
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Breaking News: Megacenter in La Paz, Bolivia
   
Posted by: anonymous

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2011-11-11 21:24:24 -0800 | travel-news

Megacenter is a large shopping mall in La Paz, Bolivia. This four-story mall is still rather empty-feeling and although it is highly publicized, it isn't the most exciting place to visit. The bottom floor is empty except for an entrance...
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Source: BBC

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2011-12-05 16:08:34 -0800 | political-news

Bolivia Amazon road protesters break police blockade Some of the protesters brandished bows and arrows as they marched Indigenous protesters in the Bolivian Amazon have broken through a police blockade to continue a long-distance march on the main city, La...
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Source: KION

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2011-11-04 17:20:03 -0700 | entertainment-news

Calif - The aftermath of Hurricane Irene left a similar picture from North Carolina to Maine...In others, the water is mostly gone but homes are completely destroyed. The Red Cross of Santa Cruz County told Central Coast News they plan on sending...
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Source: Daily News & Analysis

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2011-10-01 04:16:52 -0700 | technology-news

Mumbaikars experienced a rainy start to their weekends as several parts of the city witnessed heavy showers on Saturday. Weathermen have said that the trend will continue on Sunday too. The downpur expected on Sunday will be heavier than that...
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Source: KION

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2011-06-30 09:07:32 -0700 | sports-news

Calif. -  The American Red Cross is helping thousands of people after this week's deadly tornadoes, which devastated communities in the aid of people in southern and Midwestern regions of the country. The Santa Cruz County Chapter is deploying one of...
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Source: The Herald

Santa Cruz :: CA :: USA | updated 2011-05-13 22:05:02 -0700 | technology-news

Though Saturday's surges were less intense than Friday's, the entrance to the harbor remained closed. The big waves may have ceased, but Ekers said she believes "the environmental disaster is still going on." With fuel spilled throughout the harbor, multiple...
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Breaking News: Photos: World's Most Dangerous Roads
   
Posted by: JasonBornee

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2012-11-02 18:21:50 -0700 | travel-news

From Bolivia's Death Road to Norway's Trollstigen, some of the most dangerous roads in the world: 1.The Death Road (Bolivia) The North Yungas Road, also known as The Death Road, is a 61 to 69 km road leading from La...
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Source: The Orange County Register

Anaheim :: CA :: USA | updated 2010-11-02 00:12:05 -0700 | entertainment-news

20 a.m. a motorcyclist tried to flee the California Highway Patrol but crashed and died, according to City News Service. A lane has reopened on the northbound 5 freeway just south of La Paz after police concluded investigating a fatal...
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Breaking News: Bolivia opens world's highest cable car system (Video)
   
Posted by: Anne Sewell

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2014-06-02 10:13:53 -0700 | travel-news

The first segment of the world's highest urban cable car system was inaugurated Friday by Bolivian President Evo Morales. The cable cars will take passengers from La Paz to nearby El Alto, at a height of up to 4,000 meters...
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Source: BBC

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2014-06-26 13:47:43 -0700 | travel-news

Peru is the world's top grower of the crop, and Bolivia is the third largest. In Colombia, the second largest grower, the amount of land sustaining coca bushes remained stable. But experts say the drop does not automatically mean there...
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Source: Contra Costa Times

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2014-07-11 11:18:24 -0700 | travel-news

A 25-year-old Santa Cruz man has been identified as the person who was killed Thursday when a big rig collided with 10 vehicles on northbound Highway 17 near Lexington Reservoir. The Santa Clara County Coroner's Office on Friday identified Daniel...
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Source: Asian Tribune

Santa Cruz :: Bolivia | updated 2014-06-15 06:56:31 -0700 | travel-news

47 — editor We must work together to overcome obstacles including unjustified external forces, President Mahinda Rajapaksa told the Namibian Prime Minister Hage Geingob. The situations of the countries which were subjected to foreign interferences are worse today than before....
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