- Argentina unveils Bolivia independence heroine statue Updated: Jul-15-15 8:20 pm
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - The presidents of Argentina and Bolivia have unveiled a statue of Bolivian war of independence heroine Juana Azurduy.
- Pope says he wasn't offended by 'Communist crucifix' Updated: Jul-13-15 11:05 am
ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE - Pope Francis says he wasn't offended by the "Communist crucifix" given to him by Bolivian President Evo Morales during his South American pilgrimage.
- Francis burnishes credentials on South America tour Updated: Jul-13-15 12:05 am
ASUNCION, Paraguay - On his weeklong swing through South America, Pope Francis burnished his credentials as a new kind of pontiff, issuing a searing apology to indigenous people for church crimes more than a half millennium old and even making a pit stop at a Burger King to change clothes and freshen up before celebrating Mass.
- AP Interview: Morales calls Pope's teachings 'socialist' Updated: Jul-10-15 7:23 pm
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia - Evo Morales says he feels like he's got a good friend and ally in the highest of places in his battle for revolutionary social change and halting global warming: Pope Francis.
- Bolivia: Gift of 'Communist crucifix to pope not political Updated: Jul-10-15 12:05 am
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia - The Vatican and Bolivia both insist no offense was intended or taken when President Evo Morales gave Pope Francis a "Communist crucifix" as gift during his visit to this South American nation.
- Church-state tensions in Bolivia cloud Pope Francis' visit Updated: Jul-08-15 8:29 am
LA PAZ, Bolivia - President Evo Morales is a huge fan of Pope Francis, and says he couldn't be happier they are of the same mind that capitalism promotes social inequalities that leave the poor by the wayside.
- The Latest: Pope makes surprise foray outside his residence Updated: Jul-05-15 9:44 pm
QUITO, Ecuador - Here are the latest developments from Pope Francis' trip to South America:
- Papal visit puts Andes presidents' eco-record under scrutiny Updated: Jul-04-15 12:09 am
AGUARAGUE NATIONAL PARK, Bolivia - In the vine-entangled forests of the Aguarague National Park, crude that seeped for decades out of abandoned wellheads saturates the soil and has stained the bedrock of creeks that provide water to the indigenous Guarani who live nearby.