Bolivia: Police mutiny in Cochabamba against President Morales | AFP

Police in Cochabamba are cheered on by onlookers as they wave Bolivian flags from a rooftop, saying they will join anti-government protests in the first sign security forces are heeding opposition calls to withdraw support from President Evo Morales. IMAGES

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Anti-Evo Morales protest in Cochabamba, Bolivia | AFP

Hundreds of anti-Evo Morales protesters chant and sign in central Cochabamba against Bolivia’s embattled president who is facing accusations of fraud after the electoral tribunal confirmed his controversial reelection. IMAGES

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‘Fighting for factory’: Bolivian workers clash with police over job cuts

Around 300 protesters from the Bolivian Workers’ Centre (COB) clashed with police in Cochabamba when they held a demonstration to protest the dismissal of around 900 workers from a state-owned textile company called Enatex. Police deployed tear gas after some protesters attempted to blockade the city’s main street.

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