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Police join protesters, abandon their posts outside Bolivia's presidential palace

FOXNews.com Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Police guards took the side of anti-government protesters in Bolivia Saturday, abandoning their posts outside the presidential palace in the capital La Paz.
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Police on the French side of the border at La Jonquera were seen pushing hundreds of protesters to the Spanish side and removing fences and barricades from their demonstration that had blocked the AP-7 highway in both directions.

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