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2016-12-06 Chapecoense plane crash: Bolivia arrests LaMia airline boss Bolivia
2. 2014-07-17 Bolivia lowers working age to 10 Bolivia
D. 2011-01-01 Bolivia reverses fuel prices hike Bolivia
E. 2008-09-09 Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline Santa Cruz, Bolivia
5. 2008-04-23 LatAm leaders in food price pact Venezuela
6. 2006-10-28 Bolivia agrees new energy deals Bolivia
7. 2006-05-04 South Americans reach energy deal South America
I. 2006-05-03 Energy firms review plans Bolivia

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Bolivia lowers working age to 10  Bolivia has lowered the legal working age to allow children to work from the age of 10 as long as they also attend school and are self-employed Bolivia reverses fuel prices hike  President Evo Morales has rescinded a decree which raised fuel prices by more than 70% and sparked civil unrest Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline Map of Santa Cruz Bolivia  An insurrection against the president in the eastern part of the country entered its second week with groups backed by local governors   LatAm leaders in food price pact  Venezuela: The presidents of Bolivia, Nicaragua and Venezuela and Cuba's vice-president have agreed on a $100m scheme to combat the impact of food prices   Leaders warn on biofuels and food
Chapecoense plane crash: Bolivia arrests LaMia airline boss

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  The authorities have arrested the head of the airline involved in a crash last week that killed 71 people, including most of the Brazilian football team

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   UN: Bolivian President Morales and President Garcia of Peru have issued warnings about the effects of biofuel production on food supplies

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  President Morales ordered the military to occupy natural gas fields after threatening to expel foreign companies
May.1   Gas under state control
  President Morales has signed a decree placing country's energy industry under state control
 Morales said foreign energy firms must agree to channel their sales through the state, or else leave the country. The President set the 6-month deadline. Officials have already started taking control of the oil fields. Spain and Brazil have both expressed concern
Apr.29   Leftist trio seals Americas pact
   Cuba: The leaders of Bolivia, Cuba and Venezuela have signed a trade agreement to counter US influence

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Sep.8     Road to link S America's oceans  Peru: A stretch of road will connect South America's Pacific and Atlantic coasts May.16 Thousands stage energy rally   Thousands have marched through the main city of La Paz to pressure the president to toughen a controversial new bill Jan.21 Fuel protests escalate   Tens of thousands have rallied in Santa Cruz to protest against cuts in fuel subsidies


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