Anti-government protests in Potosí, Bolivia enter their third week, affecting mining production, blocking road and air transport, stranding tourists and reducing food supplies.
Four people are killed and fifty others are injured after a tear gas grenade is set off causing a human stampede at a public university in Potosí, Bolivia.
Two buses crash head-on on a highway in Achacachi, Bolivia, leaving at least 17 people dead and 10 injured.
Around ten heads of state attend the 17th Non-aligned Movement summit in Isla Margarita, Venezuela, including Evo Morales of Bolivia, Raúl Castro of Cuba, Rafael Correa of Ecuador, Hassan Rouhani of Iran, Mahmoud Abbas of the State of Palestine, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, and Venezuela's president Nicolás Maduro.
A small turboprop plane carrying 18 people crashes while trying to land in bad, rainy weather in the Andes Mountains of northern Bolivia, killing 8, and injuring 10, including the pilot and co-pilot, on a trip from Trinidad, Bolivia to Riberalta, Bolivia, in El Beni Department near Brazil.
Bolivian president Evo Morales calls the Eurozone for a violation of international law and threatens to close down the U.S. embassy in Bolivia after the episode of having his official airplane being refused to land "en route" to Vienna, amid suspicions of having former NSA employee Edward Snowden on board. Ambassadors of France, Italy, Spain and Portugal are summoned to give full explanations.
At least 8 people are killed and 36 injured when a passenger bus overturns on the highway between the cities of Sucre and Potosí in southern Bolivia.
The Bolivian government rescinds a government decree that significantly increased fuel prices after violent unrest.
Protesters in Potosí and the Bolivian government resolve a three-week disagreement.
Protesters in Potosí, Bolivia, strengthen an anti-government protest by starting a hunger strike and cutting rail links to Chile.
A road accident in Bolivia kills at least 25, injures 44, between Cochabama and Potosí.