This 1 December 2019 video says about itself:
From the South: Thousands in Chile continue to protest against the government’s neoliberal policies, while a song denouncing rape performed by Chilean women goes viral. Peruvian opposition leader Keiko Fujimori walks free from jail after spending over a year in pre-trial detention over corruption charges. And we’re speaking with Olivia Arigho Stiles, a PhD candidate researching indigenous mobilisation in 20th century Bolivia, on the latest from La Paz.
Chilean parents on police: ‘The tear gas is worst. My little daughter coughs all night’.
Germany pressing Bolivian coup regime to revive lithium exploitation deal scrapped by Morales: here.
BOLIVIA: Three more local Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) leaders were arrested on Tuesday.
The party of ousted president Evo Morales, who was overthrown in a military coup last November, has faced serious persecution from authorities since.
The government plans to charge the three with terrorism and sedition, but the party says it is being targeted because it still leads in the polls and would win any election.