Morales and Mesa supporters clash in Bolivian capital | AFP

Tensions rise as supporters of rival presidential candidates in Bolivia clash after Carlos Mesa, who came a close second to Morales in Sunday’s polls accused the president of colluding with the electoral court.

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Raw: Couple Flees, Kisses, Taken Into Custody

Helicopter video from Mesa, Arizona shows a man and woman stop and kiss after they fled a vehicle that crashed during a high-speed police chase. They were taken into custody moments later. (Jan. 11)

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