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Protest Marches Paralyze Bolivian Capital

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Protest Marches Paralyze Bolivian Capital

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Protest Marches Paralyze Bolivian Capital

Protest Marches Paralyze Bolivian Capital

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La Paz is nearly cut off from the outside world, as raucous anti-government protesters sabotage roads and clash with police in Bolivia's capital. Demonstrators are calling for President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada to resign, angered by globalization and a plan to export natural gas to the United States. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.

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