Police outside Bolivia’s presidential palace abandon posts

Credit: Seattle Times- Published 1 week ago
LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) — Police guards outside the presidential palace in Bolivia have left their posts, allowing anti-government protesters to walk up to the doors of the building. President Evo Morales was not in the building when police retreated on Saturday, in a sign of growing discontent among security forces after a...
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Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO
Published 1 week ago -  04:54
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