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Political deadlock in Bolivia sparks food, fuel shortages | Money Talks

A month has passed since elections in Bolivia, but the unrest that began over rigging allegations shows no signs of stopping. The standoff between supporters of former president Evo Morales and the interim government has left at least 24 people dead so far. And as Mobin Nasir reports, the economic toll is jeopardising the livelihoods of millions more. #Bolivia #EvoMorales #FuelShortages

Five dead after protesters clashed with police in Bolivia

Five dead after protesters clashed with police in Bolivia

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Bolivia Political Crisis: Morales arrives in Mexico seeking asylum

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Bolivia Protests: Cities brace for more demonstrations

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Bolivia Political Crisis: Former president accepts Mexico's asylum offer

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