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Bolivia's Evo Morales boards plane en route to Mexico

Reuters Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Bolivia's former President Evo Morales has boarded a plane to Mexico, where he has been granted asylum, Mexico's top diplomat said on Monday night, after the South American country's veteran socialist leader resigned in the wake of a disputed election.
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News video: Evo Morales presentó su carta de renuncia

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El presidente de Bolivia, Evo Morales, confirmó que renuncia a la Presidencia después de casi 14 años en el poder, en un video desde algún lugar indeterminado, tras haber dimitido en cascada la mayoría de su Gobierno.

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