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Mass Protests Force in Bolivia Force Congress To Suspend Session

HeadlineJun 01, 2005

In Bolivia, mass protests led by indigenous groups forced the government to suspend a meeting of the national Congress when legislators were unable to make it to the session. Police lobbed tear gas and fired water cannons at the protesters who are calling for the nationalization of energy resources.

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