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Morales Accuses U.S. of Intimidation

President Evo Morales on Monday accused the U.S. government of trying to intimidate Bolivia by announcing it would cut some aid because of a disagreement over the appointment of a military commander. Bolivia’s armed forces received a letter from U.S. officials saying the United States was cutting about half a million dollars in funding for Bolivia’s anti-terrorist unit, Morales said in a speech. “We cannot accept threats and intimidation of our armed forces,” Morales said. “It’s not possible that external forces come to change commanders and ministers.” Full Story

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