2019 Bolivian protests
Two men are killed in a town in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, during protests and riots over the disputed general election on 20 October.
Bolivia accuses Argentina of providing weaponry to the military and police of Bolivia during the 2019 Senkata and Sacaba Massacres. The Bolivian government also accuses former president of Argentina Mauricio Macri of wanting the assassination of Evo Morales during his ousting. Argentina was among the first countries to recognize the interim presidency of Jeanine Áñez in 2019.
Citizens in Bolivia head to the polls to elect their new president. This is the first time elections are held since the 2019 Bolivian political crisis which saw Evo Morales resigning from power and Jeanine Áñez temporarily taking power. The two main candidates are Luis Arce, representing Morales's party Movement for Socialism, and Carlos Mesa, representing the centrist Revolutionary Left Front.
Bolivia's new interior minister, Arturo Murillo, files a criminal complaint against former President Evo Morales for alleged sedition and terrorism.
Bolivian President Evo Morales announces new general elections after accusations of fraud.
Several dozen policemen were seen joining the protests against Evo Morales' government in at least three cities. Bolivia's defence minister stated that no "military measures" would be taken against the policemen, but added that he would "get" the disobedient officers.
Protests break out across Bolivia in rejection of what are seen as fraudulent Presidential vote results.
Bolivia's aviation authority suspends the operating license of LaMia. Investigation into the crash in Colombia, which killed 71 people, continues.
Seventeen people are killed and 34 others are injured in a bus crash near the town of Taperas, Bolivia, along a newly built highway to Brazil.
A landslide hits La Paz, Bolivia, after rains killed 44 people.