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Bolivia

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  • Traveling abroad? For information, check with the country's tourist office

    For tourist information about foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. Several no longer list phone numbers, so information is through their website only. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-...
  • 'Fringe' recap: Weekend at Bolivia's

     
    On "Fringe," we're back in our own blue-tinged universe, with the Fringe team investigating a case where thieves unearth an object in a basement that......
  • 'Fringe' recap: Over Here

     
    Looks like "Fringe" didn’t do too well in the ratings last week. "Fringe" was so low on the list, it wasn’t even mentioned in The Times’ ratings roundup. Though it did beat out CW. (Take that "Nikita.") I hope this......
  • Journalists protest proposed law in Bolivia that would outlaw reporting on acts, opinions deemed racist

     
    Journalists and media organizations in Bolivia are protesting a proposed law that would make it illegal for them to report opinions or acts considered racist, calling it a campaign to censor the news media under the government of Bolivia's first...
  • Mario Vargas Llosa: Reaction in Latin America turns on Nobel winner's political views

     
    Now that Mario Vargas Llosa has won the 2010 Nobel Prize in literature, an award seen as a victory for Spanish-language and Latin American letters, comes the backlash over the Peruvian author's politics. Vargas Llosa, 74, known for his novels such as "The...
  • President Evo Morales signs controversial anti-racism law in Bolivia

     
    Despite the vigorous protests of journalists across Bolivia, President Evo Morales has signed the Law Against Racism and All Forms of Discrimination, a controversial measure that would make it illegal for news organizations in Bolivia to report on...
  • 'Fringe' recap: Don’t eat my pudding

     
    For the last few weeks, I've been heaping praise on "Fringe." Rightfully so. It's been firing on all cylinders all season. I'd say all the episodes so far easily make the "Fringe" top 10 of all time. But I have......
  • Landlocked Bolivia to get gateway to sea in Peru

     
    Peru has decided to give Bolivia access to a Pacific port, allowing its landlocked Andean neighbor a stretch of coastline for the first time in more than 120 years. Peruvian President Alan García and his Bolivian counterpart, Evo Morales, signed an...
  • 'Fringe' recap: Balance versus imbalance

     
    "Fringe" returned from its baseball-related break with another episode from the other side. Paralleland. The Déjà Vuniverse. The Red Universe. A world where the fabric of reality was torn apart when Walter crossed over to save, and eventually steal...
  • 'Fringe' recap: puzzle zoo

     
    Did anybody watch the opening of this week’s “Fringe” and think it felt awfully familiar? A bunch of random people scattered around the United States hunkering down together and tuning in to try to crack puzzles hidden in a broadcast?......
  • Bolivia's army declares itself 'socialist'

     
    The commanding general of Bolivia's army has declared the Andean nation's forces "socialist," "anti-capitalist," and "anti-imperialist," positions that were immediately echoed by President Evo Morales, Bolivia's first indigenous president. Gen. Antonio...
  • 'Fringe' recap: Coming Home

     
    It has only been two weeks since the last “Fringe,” but it feels like forever. In the break, I traveled to Iowa, which is a lot like getting stuck in a parallel universe. Things are similar but not exactly the......