Bolivia’s Morales condemns ‘coup’ by interim president | AFP

Bolivia’s former president Evo Morales condemned what he called “the sneakiest, most nefarious coup in history” Tuesday after deputy Senate speaker Jeanine Anez proclaimed herself the country’s new interim president. IMAGES

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Anger, sadness, relief: mixed feelings among La Paz residents after Morales departure | AFP

After two nights of violence across the city, locals in La Paz, where street barriades remain in place, have mixed feelings about Evo Morales leaving the country.

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Bolivia interim president-in-waiting: ‘no one asked Morales to leave’ | AFP

Senator set to succeed Bolivia’s Morales as interim president Jeanine Anez hopes to be able to elect president soon as she pledged to call fresh elections to end the political crisis.

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Maduro supporters protest in support of Bolivia’s Morales | AFP

President Nicolas Maduro supporters in Caracas protest in support of Evo Morales, the leftist president whose resignation has left a power vacuum in the South American nation. IMAGES

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Protesters gather as Mexico grants asylum to Bolivia’s Morales | AFP

Protesters gather outside the Bolivian embassy in Mexico to show support for Evo Morales, the leftist president whose resignation has left a power vacuum in the South American nation.

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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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Protesters clash in La Paz as pressure mounts on President Morales | AFP

In the Bolivian capital La Paz, a march against the re-election of president Evo Morales descends into violence as opposition and pro-government supporters clash.

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University students protest the re-election of Morales in Bolivia | AFP

Having grown up with only one president, university students in La Paz are blocking roads and protesting against Evo Morales, saying the Bolivian leader does not support the youth and asking for a change in the country.

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Morales supporters prevent opposition leader from leaving airport | AFP

President Evo Morales supporters block the entrance of El Alto International Airport, to prevent opposition leader Luis Fernando Camacho from exiting, as he planned to deliver a resignation letter to Morales for him to sign. IMAGES

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Indigenous people hold vigil in support of Bolivian President Morales | AFP

As protests continue across Bolivia over disputed recent elections, rural indigenous communities and miners maintain an around-the-clock vigil in La Paz in support of President Evo Morales, who opponents accuse of fraudulently claiming victory in the October 20 vote.

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Protests as Morales claims victory in disputed Bolivian election | AFP

Bolivian students protest after President Evo Morales declared victory in elections whose disputed results earlier triggered riots, a general strike and opposition charges that the leftist leader is trying to steal a fourth term in office. IMAGES

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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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Pro-govt supporters rally for Morales after stalled poll count | AFP

Government supporters in the Bolivian capital rally in support of President Evo Morales after the main opposition candidate in the presidential election blasted unexplained delays in announcing the results and accused the leader of trying to avoid a second round run-off. IMAGES

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Morales and supporters celebrate narrow victory in first round of presidential polls | AFP

Evo Morales and his supporters celebrate at Palacio Quemado in La Paz, after he narrowly wins the first round of the presidential elections.

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