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Bolivia's Morales denounces 'illegal' police warrant for his arrest: tweet

Reuters India Monday, 11 November 2019
Bolivia's embattled President Evo Morales, who resigned hours earlier, denounced what he called an "illegal" police warrant for his arrest and said his home was attacked by "violent groups," according to a statement on Twitter on Sunday.
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Bolivian President Evo Morales said he’s resigning to ease the violence in his country. According to Reuters, this comes after a disputed election in October. Yet further unrest may come after he said he was the victim of a “coup” and faces arrest. Morales later stated on Twitter the police had...

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