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La PlazaPeru 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 GarcÃa and his Bolivian counterpart, Evo Morales, signed an...
Show TrackerIt has only been two weeks since the last âFringe,â 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......
La PlazaThe 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...
All The RageIt’s raining brides and babies! In celebration of all those April showers that seem to be taking our calendars by storm, we’ve rounded up some gift ideas to give now, or stock up on for events all spring long. Disclaimer:......
Show TrackerLast week, I went on and on about how âEntradaâ was the end of the first chapter of âFringeâ this season. It did bring the story to a close. Peter finally figured out Bolivia wasnât Olivia, but she jumped back......
Show TrackerWhat do you want from a season finale? Many things. You want a pay-off. Those past 20-odd episodes better have been building to something. You want an event. The explosions have to be bigger, louder and more damage-inflicting than anything......
L.A. UnleashedLA PAZ, Bolivia â An animal-rights group says four lion cubs freed under Bolivia's circus-animal ban are flying to California, where television personality Bob Barker has helped fund their retirement. Enrique Mendizabal of Animal Defenders International...
L.A. at HomeSome people have lucky charms. Other folks have security blankets. Crista Worthy has her trusty cactus. Wherever sheâs lived over the past 41 years, sheâs always come home to the prickly plant she received as a gift at age 9. She took it to UC Sa...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was a long fight, but the Cubans have finally conquered this forlorn Andean hamlet, four decades after Ernesto "Che" Guevara was executed in the adobe schoolhouse here. Cuban physicians provide healthcare, Cuban educators oversee literacy classes, and...
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If Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was displeased by the hostile reception he got during his trip to a United Nations summit in New York last week, the next stage of his journey surely lifted his spirits. He hopped on a plane to Caracas, where he...
Tags: Natural Gas, United Nations, Education, Iran, Venezuela
Times Staff WriterI 'VE got a thousand miles behind me and three thousand to go. I've got a dashboard tan. Hammer down. Radar love. It's the middle of the night in the middle of the Atacama Desert, along a stretch of haunted ground called the Pampa del Indio Muerto. I...
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