Freddie McLennan and Joe Atkins, both 19, were killed in a car accident on the Salar de Uyuni on Sunday.Read the full story ›
The pair were killed when their vehicle flipped over on the Salar de Uyuni - the world's largest salt flat.Read the full story ›
Romeo has spent 10 years in isolation at an aquarium in Bolivia and was thought to be the last Sehuencas water frog on the planet.Read the full story ›
Julia Flores Colque has witnessed two world wars, revolutions in her native Bolivia and the transformation of her home town.Read the full story ›
Retired magistrate Rod Keates was on holiday in Bolivia when he fell into boiling mud while taking taking photographs of hot springs.Read the full story ›
The Bolivian government had earlier confirmed Deputy Interior Minister Rodolfo Illanes had been kidnapped and was at risk of torture.Read the full story ›
The Pope made an unusual pit stop during his Bolivia trip when he used a Burger King to get changed in.Read the full story ›
During a visit to Peru, Bolivian President Evo Morales publicly condemned Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip as "genocide."
He said: "What is happening in Palestine is genocide. Some are saying that it should be investigated. There is no need to investigate if they (Israel) don't punish the instigators and perpetrators of genocide."
A professional football team in Bolivia have signed the country's president Evo Morales and promise he will appear for 20-30 minutes each game.
The 54-year-old, an avid player and fan of the sport, will be paid the minimum wage of $213 (£127) for his appearances for the Sports Boys team, the club's president announced.
Mr Morales often features in exhibition games and most famously took part in a match on a pitch at Bolivia's highest peak to protest a FIFA ban on high-altitude games.
A British woman on a round-the-world cycle trip has been killed in South America after being hit by a van near Bolivia's border with Chile.
Sharon Bridgman, from Devon, had been cycling around the world since June 2012 with her husband Tim.
Robert Szembek, the chairman of Okehampton Cycling Club, which the couple belonged to, said they had been on what was meant to be a "a great adventure".
"It is not what you expect to hear, especially when they went right through Africa and rode through some doubtful areas known for problems and had taken precautions like not camping by the road," he said.
Mrs Bridgman, who is believed to be 38, was cycling a short distance either ahead or behind her husband and another couple when she was hit by the vehicle, Mr Szembek understands.
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said it was aware of the death and is providing assistance to the family.