The Barcelona striker was ill due to the high altitude of Argentina's match
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Tuesday 16 August 2011
Butch Cassidy, the Wild West bandit and leader of the Wild Bunch gang, did not die in a shootout 1908 in Bolivia as popularly believed but survived and lived the rest of his days in Washington state, according to a book collector and a writer.
Wednesday 13 July 2011
Bolivia appeals for help as it is hit by the worst snow in 20 years.
Sunday 10 July 2011
The apparent serenity of these two women, dressed in traditional Bolivian attire, offers no hint as to the scripted violence about to be unleashed.
Friday 08 July 2011
Teenage striker Joel Campbell shone as Costa Rica's second string team beat nine-man Bolivia 2-0 to push hosts and tournament favourites Argentina into third place in Group A at the Copa America on Thursday.
Sunday 03 July 2011
The group stages of the Copa America, with only four of the 12 teams being eliminated, were supposed to be a glorified non-event, a chance for the big guns to ease themselves into the tournament and jockey for the easiest route to the final.
Saturday 02 July 2011
The Bolivian government is renouncing the UN's anti-drug convention because it classifies coca leaf as an illegal narcotic.
Friday 01 July 2011
Tuesday 21 June 2011
Our run down of the teams involved in the 2011 Copa America, which kicks off on July 1, continues with a closer look at Bolivia.
Friday 17 June 2011
A 21-year-old Bolivian man has been imprisoned in a box for two months by his father.
Saturday 21 May 2011
Monday 16 May 2011
Friday 13 May 2011
A boy aged 10 who ran away from his home in Bolivia's highlands to try to find his mother has ended up in Chile after a 620-mile journey in freezing temperatures without food and water while hidden in a container under a lorry.
Thursday 12 May 2011
Many outside her native Bolivia may never have heard the name Lidia Gueiler. But women politicians such as Hillary Clinton or Sarah Palin might still like to emulate her as their nation's first female president. Although it was for just eight months in 1979-80 – between two of her nation's traditional coups d'état – Gueiler became only the second female president in the western hemisphere. That was five years after Argentina's Isabel Peró* broke the masculine mould, though she was not averse to playing the grieving-widow card on the back of her late husband Juan Perón's popularity.
Monday 09 May 2011
Four united Nations anti-narcotics staff and two Bolivian military pilots died when their aeroplane crashed in the west of the country.
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