Bolivian


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a native or inhabitant of Bolivia

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Using the income from the nation's lucrative mining industry, beginning in the 1920s the Bolivian army had purchased an assortment of submachine guns from American, Austrian, Finnish and German sources.
According to her, Bolivian music is closely connected with indigeneity in the minds of Japanese and Bolivian musicians, and this element is key in drawing both groups toward the practice of this music.
Morales accused the agency of seeking to "conspire against" the Bolivian people and his government.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the company, in a statement, said the government action "shows that the Bolivian Government is taking recourse to criminal proceedings and its intent is to victimize the company and its employees".
The agreement, a memorandum of understanding (MOU), says that each six months Iran will train 10 Bolivian counterdrug officers in intelligence and jungle operations planning and will provide Bolivia's counterdrug forces with communications gear.
The Bolivian government has reported that officers are now leaving occupied law enforcement buildings and returning to their duties.
Despite these efforts, convictions of trafficking offenders remained disproportionately low compared with high numbers of trafficking victims identified by Bolivian authorities.
Foreign-aid organizations encouraged Bolivian farmers to take advantage of increased demand and grow more of the crop for export.
International Resource News-December 22, 2010--Petroleo Brasileiro SA gets okay for stake in Bolivian natural gas field(C)1994-2010 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
The agreements were signed on the last day of the three-day visit by Bolivian President Juan Evo Morales to Iran.
Dilemmas of Modernity: Bolivian Encounters with Law and Liberalism
In 2005, it seemed reasonable to assume that Morales, who remains the head of the cocaleros' union, would rapidly bring Bolivian cooperation in the drug war to a halt.
Michael Dwyer, from Tipperary, was killed by Bolivian police in April last year when they stormed a hotel room he was sleeping in.
A Bolivian television network showed at least half a dozen protesters, wheelchairs included, suspended from the Urubo bridge, near the city of Santa Cruz.
Tillson of K&L Gates in Miami moderated a Bolivian trade mission co-sponsored by the Bolivian-American Chamber of Commerce, the United States Embassy in La Paz, Bolivia, the Visit USA Committee, and AeroSur.