Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Orinoca

BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFMX
February 03, 2017
A woman is seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
Orinoca, Bolivia
A woman is seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia
A woman is seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFMR
February 03, 2017
People line up to visit the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado...
Orinoca, Bolivia
People line up to visit the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia
People line up to visit the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFLA
February 03, 2017
A man stands next to a famous pullover of Bolivia's President Evo Morales at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Man stands next to a famous pullover of Bolivia's President Evo Morales at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca...
A man stands next to a famous pullover of Bolivia's President Evo Morales at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFKO
February 03, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (C) with government and local authorities throws liquid-filled pots as...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales with government and local authorities throws liquid-filled pots as part...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (C) with government and local authorities throws liquid-filled pots as part of a ceremony inaugurating the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFKH
February 03, 2017
An archaeological piece is seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David...
Orinoca, Bolivia
An archaeological piece is seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca
An archaeological piece is seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFKB
February 03, 2017
Guides are seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
Orinoca, Bolivia
Guides are seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca
Guides are seen at the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFKA
February 03, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales dances during a ceremony inaugurating the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales dances during a ceremony inaugurating the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca
Bolivia's President Evo Morales dances during a ceremony inaugurating the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFC7
February 03, 2017
A military officer is seen silhouetted during the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia...
Orinoca, Bolivia
A military officer is seen silhouetted during the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca
A military officer is seen silhouetted during the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZFBO
February 03, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales attends the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales attends the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca
Bolivia's President Evo Morales attends the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZF2J
February 02, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses in front of a painting of himself after the inauguration of the...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses in front of a painting of himself after the inauguration of the...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses in front of a painting of himself after the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZF2I
February 02, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses in front of a painting of himself after the inauguration of the...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses in front of a painting of himself after the inauguration of the...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses in front of a painting of himself after the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZF1L
February 02, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses with a statue of himself after the inauguration of the Orinoca...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses with a statue of himself after the inauguration of the Orinoca...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales poses with a statue of himself after the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
RTX2ZEXU
February 02, 2017
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (R) and Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera pose with a statue of Morales...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Morales and Vice President Linera pose with a statue of Morales after the inauguration...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (R) and Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera pose with a statue of Morales after the inauguration of the Orinoca Museum in Orinoca, Bolivia February 2, 2017. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LV3
January 09, 2016
A largely dried watering hole is pictured in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. The...
Orinoca, Bolivia
A largely dried watering hole is pictured in Orinoca
A largely dried watering hole is pictured in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. The water dried due to a drought. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LV2
January 09, 2016
A llama carcass is seen near a dried watering hole in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
A llama carcass is seen near a dried watering hole in Orinoca
A llama carcass is seen near a dried watering hole in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. Dozens of llamas and vicunas died in a drought that affected the area. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LV1
January 09, 2016
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez poses for a picture in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016....
Orinoca, Bolivia
Fernandez poses for a picture in Orinoca
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez poses for a picture in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. Dozens of llamas and vicunas died in a drought that affected the area. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LUX
January 09, 2016
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez holds a vicuna carcass in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016....
Orinoca, Bolivia
Fernandez holds a vicuna carcass in Orinoca
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez holds a vicuna carcass in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. Dozens of llamas and vicunas died in a drought that affected the area. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LUS
January 09, 2016
A carcass of a vicuna is seen near a dried watering hole in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January...
Orinoca, Bolivia
A carcass of a vicuna is seen near a dried watering hole in Orinoca
A carcass of a vicuna is seen near a dried watering hole in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. The water dried due to a drought. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LUO
January 09, 2016
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez stands next to a vicuna carcass in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Fernandez stands next to a vicuna carcass in Orinoca
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez stands next to a vicuna carcass in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. Dozens of llamas and vicunas died in a drought that affected the area. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX21LTY
January 09, 2016
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez inspects a dried watering hole for llamas in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez inspects a dried watering hole for llamas in Orinoca
Farmer Sindulfo Fernandez inspects a dried watering hole for llamas in Orinoca, Oruro Department, Bolivia, January 8, 2016. The water dried due to a drought. REUTERS/David Mercado TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BOLIVIA/
RTR3B2RX
December 01, 2012
Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds a quirquincho (armadillo) as he visits his birthplace in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds a quirquincho as he visits his birthplace in Orinoca
Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds a quirquincho (armadillo) as he visits his birthplace in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, November 30, 2012. Morales visited Orinoca to inaugurated a soccer field. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
BOLIVIA/
RTR3B2RU
December 01, 2012
Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds a quirquincho (armadillo) as he visits his birthplace in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds a quirquincho as he visits his birthplace in Orinoca
Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds a quirquincho (armadillo) as he visits his birthplace in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, November 30, 2012. Morales visited Orinoca to inaugurated a soccer field. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS)
BOLIVIA/
RTR3B2RT
December 01, 2012
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (C) and his siblings Esther (L) and Hugo visit their birthplace in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales and his siblings Esther and Hugo visit their birthplace in Orinoca
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (C) and his siblings Esther (L) and Hugo visit their birthplace in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, November 30, 2012. Morales visited Orinoca to inaugurated a soccer field. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS)
BOLIVIA/
RTR3B2RR
December 01, 2012
Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks at poster during his visit to his birthplace in Orinoca, 400 km...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks at poster during his visit to his birthplace in Orinoca
Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks at poster during his visit to his birthplace in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, November 30, 2012. Morales visited Orinoca to inaugurated a soccer field. REUTERS/Stringer (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS)
BOLIVIA EVO
RTR1FQRN
July 22, 2006
Bolivian President Evo Morales, wearing the indigenous "poncho", participates in a traditional ceremony...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian President Morales participates in a traditional ceremony to bless his governmental administration...
Bolivian President Evo Morales, wearing the indigenous "poncho", participates in a traditional ceremony to bless his governmental administration in Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz, July 22, 2006. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana
BOLIVIA
RTR17Q9C
January 01, 2006
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (2nd L) and his sister Esther (2nd R) participate in a ceremony,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian President-elect Morales and his sister Esther participate in ceremony in Orinoca
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (2nd L) and his sister Esther (2nd R) participate in a ceremony, offering llamas as a sacrifice to "Pachamama" (mother earth) for good fortune to Morales, in Orinoca, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and residents congratulated him for his victory in the Presidential election on December 18, 2005. Morales will take office on January 22, 2006. Photo taken on January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17Q97
January 01, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian residents play native instruments during a ceremony to ask "Pachamama" (mother earth)...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian residents play native instruments during a ceremony in Orinoca
Indigenous Bolivian residents play native instruments during a ceremony to ask "Pachamama" (mother earth) for good fortune for Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales' government in the town of Orinoca, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago, where hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory in the recent presidential elections. Morales takes office on January 22. Picture taken January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17Q8J
January 01, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian residents of Orinoca town play native instruments as they wait for the arrival of...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous residents of Orinoca play native instruments as they wait for Bolivian President-elect...
Indigenous Bolivian residents of Orinoca town play native instruments as they wait for the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca about 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro, where he was born 46 years ago, with hundreds of residents congratulating him for his victory in the recent presidential elections. Morales takes office on January 22. Picture taken January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17Q8H
January 01, 2006
Residents of the town of Orinoca celebrate the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, some...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Residents of the town of Orinoca celebrate the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Morales
Residents of the town of Orinoca celebrate the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro, where he was born 46 years ago, with hundreds of residents congratulating him for his victory in the recent presidential elections. Morales takes office on January 22. Picture taken January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17Q8E
January 01, 2006
A Bolivian man and his child wait for the arrival of President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca town, some...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian man and his child wait for the arrival of President-elect Morales in Orinoca
A Bolivian man and his child wait for the arrival of President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory in the presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. Photo taken January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PZU
January 01, 2006
Indigenous residents of Orinoca wait for the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Indigenous residents wait for the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Morales in Orinoca
Indigenous residents of Orinoca wait for the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory in the presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. Picture taken January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PZA
January 01, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian residents of Orinoca town participate in a ceremony, offering llamas as a sacrifice...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian residents of Orinoca town participate in ceremony in Orinoca
Indigenous Bolivian residents of Orinoca town participate in a ceremony, offering llamas as a sacrifice to "Pachamama" (mother earth) for good fortune to Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (5th L, Top), with Morales and his delegation in attendence, in Orinoca, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and residents congratulated him for his victory in the Presidential election on December 18, 2005. Morales will take office on January 22, 2006. Photo taken on January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PTS
January 01, 2006
Residents of Orinoca town prepare for the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Residents of Orinoca town prepare for arrival of Bolivian President-elect Morales in Orinoca
Residents of Orinoca town prepare for the arrival of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca, about 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago, where hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory in the recent presidential elections. Morales takes office on January 22. Picture taken January 1, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PLA
January 01, 2006
Bolivian indigenous residents of Orinoca town kill a llama as an offering to the "Pachamama" (mother...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous residents of Orinoca town kill a llama as an offering to the "Pachamama" (mother...
Bolivian indigenous residents of Orinoca town kill a llama as an offering to the "Pachamama" (mother earth) and for good fortune to Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory on the Presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PL5
January 01, 2006
Esther Morales, sister of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, greets residents of Orinoca town, some...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Esther Morales, sister of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, greets residents of Orinoca
Esther Morales, sister of Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, greets residents of Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Esther Morales was designated as the Bolivian first lady. President-elect Evo Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PKX
January 01, 2006
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (C) waves to the crowd surrounded by residents of Orinoca town,...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales waves to the crowd surrounded by residents of Orinoca town
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (C) waves to the crowd surrounded by residents of Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory on the Presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA EVO
RTR17PFH
January 01, 2006
A man takes a photograph of residents and relatives of President-elect Evo Morales in front of his house...
Orinoca, Bolivia
A man takes a photograph of residents and relatives of President-elect Morales in front of his house...
A man takes a photograph of residents and relatives of President-elect Evo Morales in front of his house in Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro, where he was born 46 years ago, as hundreds of residents congratulated him on his recent victory in the presidential elections. Morales takes office January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17PFF
January 01, 2006
A Bolivian indigenous woman sprays blood of a llama during a ceremony in Orinoca town where they kill...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous woman sprays blood of llama in Orinoca town during a traditional ceremony
A Bolivian indigenous woman sprays blood of a llama during a ceremony in Orinoca town where they kill llamas as offerings to the "Pachamama" (mother earth) and for good fortune to Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory on the Presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA EVO
RTR17P1G
January 01, 2006
Bolivia's President-elect Evo Morales waves to the crowd in Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivia's President-elect Morales waves to the crowd in Orinoca town
Bolivia's President-elect Evo Morales waves to the crowd in Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro, where he was born 46 years ago, as hundreds of residents congratulated him on his victory in the recent presidential elections. Morales takes office January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA EVO
RTR17P1D
January 01, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian residents play musical instruments as they receive President-elect Evo Morales in...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian residents play musical instruments as they receive President-elect Morales in Orinoca...
Indigenous Bolivian residents play musical instruments as they receive President-elect Evo Morales in Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town in the highland region of Oruro, where he was born 46 years ago, as hundreds of residents congratulated him on his victory in the recent presidential elections. Morales takes office January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA EVO
RTR17P1A
January 01, 2006
Bolivian Presidente-elect Evo Morales (C) and vice President-elect Alvaro Garcia (L) arrive at Orinoca...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian Presidente-elect Morales and vice President-elect Garcia arrive at Orinoca town
Bolivian Presidente-elect Evo Morales (C) and vice President-elect Alvaro Garcia (L) arrive at Orinoca town, some 400km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory on the Presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17P10
January 01, 2006
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (R) talks with an elderly woman of Orinoca town, some 400 km (249...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales talks with an elderly woman in Orinoca
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales (R) talks with an elderly woman of Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory on the Presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR17P0Y
January 01, 2006
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales is congratulated with garlands by residents of Orinoca town, some...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales is congratulated with garlands by residents of Orinoca
Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales is congratulated with garlands by residents of Orinoca town, some 400 km (249 miles) southwest of La Paz, January 1, 2006. Morales visited the town on the highland region of Oruro where he was born 46 years ago and hundreds of residents congratulated him for his victory on the Presidential election on December 18. Morales takes office on January 22. REUTERS/David Mercado
MORALES
RTXNXVX
October 31, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN IN 1979 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS)...
Orinoca, Bolivia
- PHOTO TAKEN IN 1979 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (M.....
- PHOTO TAKEN IN 1979 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party, Evo Morales (R), is seen in 1979 with his mother, Maria Ayma de Morales, at their home in Orinoca, Bolivia, in this photo from his personal album. Morales has rallied Bolivia's coca farmers against U.S.-led eradication efforts and helped lead anti-government protests by indigenous groups that have unseated two presidents in two years. [But he is now closing in on the office he has helped force others to flee. Opinion polls show the leftist congressman holding a narrow lead in an upcoming presidential election. Scheduled for Dec 4, the election could be delayed due to political bickering over Congressional seats. If elected, Morales would be Bolivia's first Indian president and add South America's poorest country to a regional political shift leftward that has seen leftist leaders rise to power in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela.]
??? USE ONLY
MORALES
RTXNXVW
October 31, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN IN 1983 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS)...
Orinoca, Bolivia
- PHOTO TAKEN IN 1983 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (M.....
- PHOTO TAKEN IN 1983 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party, Evo Morales, is seen in 1983 during a soccer game with fellow coca farmers in the Chapare Province, in this photo from his personal album. Morales has rallied Bolivia's coca farmers against U.S.-led eradication efforts and helped lead anti-government protests by indigenous groups that have unseated two presidents in two years. [But he is now closing in on the office he has helped force others to flee. Opinion polls show the leftist congressman holding a narrow lead in an upcoming presidential election. Scheduled for Dec 4, the election could be delayed due to political bickering over Congressional seats. If elected, Morales would be Bolivia's first Indian president and add South America's poorest country to a regional political shift leftward that has seen leftist leaders rise to power in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela.]
??? USE ONLY
MORALES
RTXNXVV
October 31, 2005
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1978 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism...
Orinoca, Bolivia
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1978 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Sociali.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1978 - Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party, Evo Morales, is seen in 1978 as a uniformed draftee serving in the Army, in La Paz, in this photo from his personal album. Morales has rallied Bolivia's coca farmers against U.S.-led eradication efforts and helped lead anti-government protests by indigenous groups that have unseated two presidents in two years. [But he is now closing in on the office he has helped force others to flee. Opinion polls show the leftist congressman holding a narrow lead in an upcoming presidential election. Scheduled for Dec 4, the election could be delayed due to political bickering over Congressional seats. If elected, Morales would be Bolivia's first Indian president and add South America's poorest country to a regional political shift leftward that has seen leftist leaders rise to power in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela.]
??? USE ONLY
BOLIVIA ELECTIONS
RTR1ANGN
October 31, 2005
Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party, Evo Morales (2nd...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Handout file photo of Bolivian presidential candidate Evo Morales with his family in Orinoca
Leading Bolivian presidential candidate for the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party, Evo Morales (2nd R), is seen in 1976 with his mother, Maria Ayma Mamani (3rd R), father Dionisio Morales Choque (standing, 2nd L), brother Hugo (R), and other relatives at their home in Orinoca, Bolivia, in this photo from his personal album. Morales has rallied Bolivia's coca farmers against U.S.-led eradication efforts and helped lead anti-government protests by indigenous groups that have unseated two presidents in two years. But he is now closing in on the office he has helped force others to flee. Opinion polls show the leftist congressman holding a narrow lead in an upcoming presidential election. Scheduled for Dec 4, the election could be delayed due to political bickering over Congressional seats.
MORALES
RTXNOBC
August 03, 2005
Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenist Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, holds...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenist Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, hol.....
Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenist Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, holds up a photograph taken of him at the age of ten, while visiting the village where he spent his childhood, in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. [Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition.Picture taken August 2.]
BOLIVIA CADIDATE MORALES
RTRJIP3
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ...
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, shows journalists the interior of the house where he spent his childhood in Orinoca in the Andean highlands, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz August 2, 2005. Morales, Bolivia's main opposition leader, returned to the indigenous village of his childhood on Tuesday to launch his presidential campaign with a pledge to demand total debt relief for South America's poorest nation if elected. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CADIDATE MORALES
RTRJIOM
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ...
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, shows journalists the inside of the house where he spent his childhood in Orinoca in the Andean highlands, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz August 2, 2005. Morales, Bolivia's main opposition leader, returned to the indigenous village of his childhood on Tuesday to launch his presidential campaign with a pledge to demand total debt relief for South America's poorest nation if elected. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIGU
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace at Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace at Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace at Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenist Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, holds up a photograph taken of him at the age of ten, while visiting the village where he spent his childhood, in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition.Picture taken August 2. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIG6
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenist Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales (C), is greeted by a boy while walking with village elders during his visit to the village where he spent his childhood, in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIFC
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenist Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales (R), walks with his brother Hugo past the house where they spent their childhood, in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the village elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIC7
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, shows journalists the house where he spent his childhood in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the village elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIBR
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, shows journalists the inside of the house where he spent his childhood in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the village elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIBB
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, shows journalists the inside of the house where he spent his childhood in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the village elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIAV
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, shows journalists the blankets woven by his late mother, while sitting on a bed inside the house where he spent his childhood in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the village elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE MORALES
RTRJIAO
August 02, 2005
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, ......
Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential candidate Evo Morales visits his birthplace in Orinoca, south of La Paz. Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement Toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, talks to journalists while standing in front of the house where he spent his childhood, in Orinoca, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz in the Andean highlands, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December election. Twenty-five years after emigrating to the tropics to trade llama herds for coca plantations, Morales returned to his natal home where the village elders granted him permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition. Picture taken August 2, 2005. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE
RTRJEUS
August 02, 2005
Bolivian residents celebrate presidential candidate Evo Morales' arrival at Orinoca, the village where...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian residents celebrate presidential candidate Morales' arrival at Orinoca village.
Bolivian residents celebrate presidential candidate Evo Morales' arrival at Orinoca, the village where Morales was born, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz, August 2, 2005. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December 4 election. REUTERS/David Mercado RR/PN
BOLIVIA CANDIDATE
RTRJEUL
August 02, 2005
Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, is carried...
Orinoca, Bolivia
Bolivian presidential candidate Morales is carried by residents of Orinoca.
Bolivian presidential candidate for the indigenous Movement toward Socialism party, Evo Morales, is carried by residents of Orinoca, the village where he was born, 400 km (249 miles) south of La Paz, August 2, 2005. Morales received permission to run for the presidency as dictated by the Aymara Indian tradition in the village. Morales, whose political career began as leader of the country's embattled coca growers, is considered one of the top three candidates leading up to the December 4 election. REUTERS/David Mercado RR/PN
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 2