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RALLYING-DAKAR/
RTX21HBZ
January 07, 2016
An Aymara woman holds a child as she stands on the side of the road to watch vehicles in the fifth stage...
Uyuni, Bolivia
An Aymara woman holds a child as she stands on the side of the road to watch vehicles in the fifth stage...
An Aymara woman holds a child as she stands on the side of the road to watch vehicles in the fifth stage Jujuy-Uyuni in the Dakar Rally 2016 near Uyuni, Bolivia, January 7, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3UXZU
June 21, 2014
Andean women wearing Brazil-themed jerseys play soccer at a market in Lima June 20, 2014. As the vendors...
Lima, Peru
Andean women wearing Brazil-themed jerseys play soccer at a market in Lima
Andean women wearing Brazil-themed jerseys play soccer at a market in Lima June 20, 2014. As the vendors at a craft market in the district of La Molina in Lima, the women played soccer during an event to promote their shops. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SOCIETY)
USA-SECURITY/LATINAMERICA
RTX11BKQ
July 03, 2013
An Aymara man removes a sign from the wall of the French embassy in La Paz, during a protest against...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara man removes a sign from the wall of the French embassy in La Paz,
An Aymara man removes a sign from the wall of the French embassy in La Paz, during a protest against the French government's ban of Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane in its airspace, July 3, 2013. South American leaders, outraged by the diversion of a Bolivian presidential plane in Europe over the Edward Snowden affair, weighed on Wednesday whether to hold an emergency summit to denounce what some called a U.S.-led act of aggression. Morales was en route from a conference in Moscow to his home on Tuesday when France and Portugal abruptly banned his plane from their airspace on suspicions it was carrying fugitive U.S. spy agency contractor Snowden, who is wanted by Washington. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BOLIVIA/
RTX11247
June 26, 2013
Aymara leader Felipa Huanca arrives at the Hernando Siles Stadium to participate in the 17th congress...
La Paz, Bolivia
Aymara leader Felipa Huanca arrives at the Hernando Siles Stadium to participate in the 17th congress...
Aymara leader Felipa Huanca arrives at the Hernando Siles Stadium to participate in the 17th congress of the CSUTCB (Confederation of Bolivian Union of Farmers) in La Paz, June 26, 2013. The members of the CSUTCB are supporters of President Evo Morales' government. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOLIVIA/
RTX10VB7
June 20, 2013
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye...
La Paz, Bolivia
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye...
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye to the old Aymara year in La Paz June 20, 2013. Winter solstice coincides with the Aymara new year that begins on Friday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
BOLIVIA/
RTR34UIN
July 11, 2012
Aymara indigenous women peel "Chuno" in La Cumbre over 4000 metres above sea level on the outskirts of...
La Paz, Bolivia
Aymara indigenous women peel "Chuno" in La Cumbre over 4000 metres above sea level on the outskirts of...
Aymara indigenous women peel "Chuno" in La Cumbre over 4000 metres above sea level on the outskirts of La Paz, July 5, 2012. Potatoes and tubers of the same family are dehydrated during the winter time in the colder regions, exposing the products to very low temperatures for several days, in order to be able to store them for several years. Picture taken in July 5, 2012. (BOLIVIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA-VOTE/
RTR2SQ6A
October 16, 2011
A Bolivia's Aymara indigenous woman is seen after casting her vote during the national elections in Penas,...
La Paz, Bolivia
A Bolivia's Aymara indigenous woman is seen after casting her vote during the national elections in Penas...
A Bolivia's Aymara indigenous woman is seen after casting her vote during the national elections in Penas, some 30 km (18 miles) of La Paz, October 16, 2011. Bolivians voted on Sunday to choose national judges for the first time as part of a reform aimed at boosting the political clout of the country's indigenous majority and seen as a key test for President Evo Morales.
REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2QXMM
September 08, 2011
Danish chef Claus Meyer (L) eats a typical Bolivian dish called "falso conejo" (faux rabbit) prepared...
La Paz, Bolivia
Danish chef Claus Meyer eats a typical Bolivian dish called "falso conejo" by ethnic Aymara cook Isidora...
Danish chef Claus Meyer (L) eats a typical Bolivian dish called "falso conejo" (faux rabbit) prepared by ethnic Aymara cook Isidora Ascencio (R) who works at IBIS, a Danish NGO that supports indigenous organizations, in La Paz September 7, 2011. Meyer, well-known chef and co-founder of the Noma restaurant in Copenhagen which was chosen the world's best restaurant in 2011 and 2010 by Restaurant magazine, is in Bolivia to work with IBIS to create a cooking school with a true Bolivian identity, using the organic ingredients that are commonplace in the country, Meyer said. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2PZ63
August 15, 2011
An Aymara woman participates in a march near Trinidad August 15, 2011. Amazonian ethnic groups which...
Trinidad, Bolivia
An Aymara woman participates in a march near Trinidad
An Aymara woman participates in a march near Trinidad August 15, 2011. Amazonian ethnic groups which live in the Isiboro Secure territory, known by its Spanish acronym TIPNIS, held a 370-mile (595-km) march from Trinidad, in the northern Beni province to La Paz on Monday to protest against the 185-mile (298-km) long highway that bisects the protected park in the Amazon forest, activists leading the march said. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION CIVIL UNREST)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2NX63
June 21, 2011
Aymara women attend the sunrise of the winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku, 70 km (43.5 miles) from...
Tiwanaku, Bolivia
Aymara women attend the sunrise of the winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku
Aymara women attend the sunrise of the winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku, 70 km (43.5 miles) from La Paz June 21, 2011. The solstice coincides with the Aymara Indian New Year. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
BOLIVIA/
RTXWUCX
January 20, 2011
An Aymara couple eat food named "Peske", cooked with quinoa grains in El Alto, La Paz,January 20, 2011....
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara couple eat food named "Peske", cooked with quinoa grains in El Alto
An Aymara couple eat food named "Peske", cooked with quinoa grains in El Alto, La Paz,January 20, 2011. The quinoa grain is part of a staple diet for Bolivians, with locals believing it to be originally cultivated from the South American Andes. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD)
BOLIVIA/
RTXWA8E
January 06, 2011
An Aymara witch doctor blesses a statue of Jesus Christ after a traditional Catholic mass of the King's...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara witch doctor blesses a statue of Jesus Christ after a traditional Catholic mass of the King's...
An Aymara witch doctor blesses a statue of Jesus Christ after a traditional Catholic mass of the King's day in La Paz January 6, 2011. Hundreds of people participated in this celebration at San Francisco Church. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION)
BOLIVIA/
RTXW65D
January 03, 2011
An Aymara woman sells clothes in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz January 2, 2011. El...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara woman sells clothes in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz
An Aymara woman sells clothes in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz January 2, 2011. El Alto, one of Bolivia's largest and fastest-growing urban centers, houses the biggest informal market of the country where customers buy goods from spare parts to second-hand clothes. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BOLIVIA/
RTXW659
January 03, 2011
An Aymara woman displays her products next to a railway track in the market of El Alto on the outskirts...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara woman displays her products next to a railway track in the market of El Alto on the outskirts...
An Aymara woman displays her products next to a railway track in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz January 2, 2011. El Alto, one of Bolivia's largest and fastest-growing urban centers, houses the biggest informal market of the country where customers buy goods from spare parts to second-hand clothes. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BOLIVIA/
RTXW64V
January 03, 2011
An Aymara womam pushes tyres in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz January 2, 2011. El...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara womam pushes tyres in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz
An Aymara womam pushes tyres in the market of El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz January 2, 2011. El Alto, one of Bolivia's largest and fastest-growing urban centers, houses the biggest informal market of the country where customers buy goods from spare parts to second-hand clothes. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BOLIVIA/
RTXU4YO
November 02, 2010
An ethnic Aymara woman looks back near a grave of her deceased relative at the "Mercedario" cemetery...
El Alto, Bolivia
An ethnic Aymara woman looks back near a grave of her deceased relative at the "Mercedario" cemetery...
An ethnic Aymara woman looks back near a grave of her deceased relative at the "Mercedario" cemetery in El Alto, at the outskirts of La Paz November 2, 2010, during All Saints Day celebrations. Traditionally, Bolivians celebrate All Saints Day by paying homage to their dead relatives with a feast of home-baked, doll-shaped bread, fresh fruit, coca leaves and flowers. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTXU4TU
November 02, 2010
Ethnic Aymaras give an offering to their deceased relative at the "Mercedario"cemetery in El Alto, outskirts...
El Alto, Bolivia
Ethnic Aymaras give an offering to their deceased relative at the "Mercedario"cemetery in El Alto, outskirts...
Ethnic Aymaras give an offering to their deceased relative at the "Mercedario"cemetery in El Alto, outskirts of La Paz during All Saints Day celebrations, November 2, 2010.Traditionally, Bolivians celebrate All Saints Day by paying homage to their dead relatives with a feast of home-baked, doll-shaped bread, fresh fruit, coca leaves and flowers. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2FHNL
June 21, 2010
A Bolivian Aymara witchdoctor makes an offering at sunrise during a winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku,...
TIAWANAKU, Bolivia
Bolivian Aymara wichtdoctor makes an offering during the rising sun in the winter solstice ceremony
A Bolivian Aymara witchdoctor makes an offering at sunrise during a winter solstice ceremony in Tiwanaku, 70 km (43.5 miles) from La Paz June 21, 2010. The solstice coincides with the Aymara Indian New Year. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2EAYV
May 24, 2010
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler "Carmen Rosa" (R) battles with "Julia La Pacena" during a wrestling bout...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler "Carmen Rosa" battles with "Julia La Pacena" during a wrestling bout...
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler "Carmen Rosa" (R) battles with "Julia La Pacena" during a wrestling bout in a popular sports gym in La Paz, May 23, 2010. To the horror of Bolivian machos, the elegant "cholitas," or Andean mestiza women whom are one of the country's best-known icons, have made a successful incursion into the wrestling ring. The cholitas fight other women and men in the ring as equals. Picture taken May 23, 2010. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT WRESTLING ODDLY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2EAXD
May 24, 2010
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler Benita, nicknamed "The Untouchable", battles "The Bucanero" (in mask)...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler Benita, nicknamed "The Untouchable", battles "The Bucanero" during a...
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler Benita, nicknamed "The Untouchable", battles "The Bucanero" (in mask) during a wrestling bout in a popular sports gym in La Paz, May 23, 2010. To the horror of Bolivian machos, the elegant "cholitas," or Andean mestiza women whom are one of the country's best-known icons, have made a successful incursion into the wrestling ring. The cholitas fight other women and men in the ring as equals. Picture taken May 23, 2010. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT WRESTLING ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2EAXA
May 24, 2010
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler Benita (L), nicknamed "The Untouchable", jumps at "The Bucanero" during...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler Benita, nicknamed "The Untouchable", jumps at "The Bucanero" during a...
Bolivian Aymara Indian wrestler Benita (L), nicknamed "The Untouchable", jumps at "The Bucanero" during a wrestling bout in a popular sports gym in La Paz, May 23, 2010. To the horror of Bolivian machos, the elegant "cholitas," or Andean mestiza women whom are one of the country's best-known icons, have made a successful incursion into the wrestling ring. The cholitas fight other women and men in the ring as equals. Picture taken May 23, 2010. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT WRESTLING ODDLY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR24WLU
June 22, 2009
Indigenous Bolivians of the Aymara culture hold their hands up to receive the first rays of the sun as...
Isla Del Sol, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivians of Aymara culture hold their hands up to receive first rays of sun as they celebrate...
Indigenous Bolivians of the Aymara culture hold their hands up to receive the first rays of the sun as they celebrate the Southern Hemisphere's winter solstice on the Isla del Sol (Island of the Sun) in Lake Titicaca June 21, 2009. The solstice coincides with the Aymara Indian New Year. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (BOLIVIA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR24WLT
June 22, 2009
An indigenous Bolivian of the Aymara culture throws coca leaves onto a bonfire as she and others await...
Isla Del Sol, Bolivia
An indigenous Bolivian throws coca leaves onto a bonfire as she and others await the first rays of the...
An indigenous Bolivian of the Aymara culture throws coca leaves onto a bonfire as she and others await the first rays of the sun to celebrate the Southern Hemisphere's winter solstice on the Isla del Sol (Island of the Sun) in Lake Titicaca June 21, 2009. The solstice coincides with the Aymara Indian New Year. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (BOLIVIA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR24W0E
June 21, 2009
Bolivian Aymara witch doctors celebrate the rising sun during a winter solstice ceremony in Tiahunaco,...
TIAHUNACO, Bolivia
Bolivian Aymara witch doctors celebrate the rising sun during a winter solstice ceremony in Tiahunaco...
Bolivian Aymara witch doctors celebrate the rising sun during a winter solstice ceremony in Tiahunaco, 70km (44 miles) from La Paz, June 21, 2009. The solstice coincides with the Aymara Indian New Year. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA RELIGION SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOLIVIA/
RTXA46H
October 31, 2008
A witch doctor blesses traditional ornaments of All Saints Day at the foreign ministry building in La...
La Paz, Bolivia
A witch doctor blesses traditional ornaments of All Saints Day at the foreign ministry building in La...
A witch doctor blesses traditional ornaments of All Saints Day at the foreign ministry building in La Paz October 31, 2008. Traditionally, indigenous Bolivians celebrate All Saints Day by paying homage to their dead ones with a feast of home-baked, doll-shaped breads, fresh fruit and coca leaves and flowers. The syncretism practiced by the Aymaras, a blend of Catholicism and indigenous beliefs, calls for the offerings to be neatly placed on top of graves, and then to give them away to beggars, who in exchange say prayers for the souls of the dead ones. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX8GDD
September 05, 2008
An Aymara witch doctor holds an Andean crucifix during a ceremony in front of the presidential palace...
La Paz, Bolivia
Aymara witch doctor holds Andean crucifix during ceremony in front of presidential palace in La Paz
An Aymara witch doctor holds an Andean crucifix during a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz September 5, 2008. The indigenous people were paying tribute to Aymara leader Bartolina Sisa who led an uprising against the Spanish during the 18th century. She was executed on September 5, 1782. REUTERS/Gaston Brito (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX8GD4
September 05, 2008
Bolivian indigenous women attend a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz,September 5,...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous women attend ceremony in front of presidential palace in La Paz
Bolivian indigenous women attend a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz,September 5, 2008. The indigenous people were paying tribute to Aymara leader Bartolina Sisa who led an uprising against the Spanish during the 18th century. She was executed on September 5, 1782. REUTERS/Gaston Brito (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR20JR9
August 01, 2008
An Aymara witch doctor gives an offering on the Pajchiri mountain, 90 km (56 miles) north of La Paz,...
PAJCHIRI, Bolivia
An Aymara witch doctor gives an offering on the Pajchiri mountain
An Aymara witch doctor gives an offering on the Pajchiri mountain, 90 km (56 miles) north of La Paz, August 1, 2008. In Bolivia, August is the month of the Pachamama, or "mother earth", and indigenous people on the Andean plateau often wait until the last day of the month to make offerings to the most popular deity in the country. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX5U4Q
May 17, 2008
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Illimani group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian cholitas from Morenada Illimani group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Illimani group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz May 17, 2008. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX5U4M
May 17, 2008
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Eloy Salmon group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian cholitas from Morenada Eloy Salmon group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Eloy Salmon group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz May 17, 2008. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1WIXW
January 31, 2008
Bolivian Aymara men play native instruments during Anata 2008, an indigenous carnival parade in Oruro,...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivian Aymara men play native instruments during Anata 2008, an indigenous carnival parade in Oruro...
Bolivian Aymara men play native instruments during Anata 2008, an indigenous carnival parade in Oruro, some 200km (124 miles) south of La Paz, January 31, 2008. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1TAMQ
August 31, 2007
An Aymara shaman waits for a client in El Alto August 31 2007. In Bolivia, August is the month of the...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara shaman waits for a client in El Alto
An Aymara shaman waits for a client in El Alto August 31 2007. In Bolivia, August is the month of the Pachamama, or "mother earth", but indigenous people on the Andean plateu often wait until the last day of the month to make offerings to the most popular deity in the country. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1N642
March 06, 2007
El Alto local authorities stand after participating in a parade commemorating the 22nd anniversary of...
El Alto, Bolivia
El Alto local authorities stand after participating in a parade commemorating the 22nd anniversary of...
El Alto local authorities stand after participating in a parade commemorating the 22nd anniversary of the founding of El Alto city March 6, 2007. El Alto has 700,000 habitants and the majority is of Aymara origin. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA TITICACA
RTRJKLJ
December 31, 2004
An Aymara woman holds a lamb and a llama on Isla del Sol, or Sun island in Bolivia, on December 31, 2004....
La Paz, Bolivia
An Aymara woman holds a lamb and a llama on Isla del Sol (Isle of Sun) in Bolivia.
An Aymara woman holds a lamb and a llama on Isla del Sol, or Sun island in Bolivia, on December 31, 2004. The Aymara people, living in the Titicaca Basin, cultivate their crops on terraces as done in pre-Incan times. Lake Titicaca is the world's highest lake, navigable to large vessels, lying at 12,500 feet (3,810 meters) above sea level in the Andes Mountains of South America, astride the border between Peru to the west and Bolivia to the east. Picture taken December 31, 2004. REUTERS/David Mercado MB/DM/GN
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RTRIEO6
November 08, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 A Bolivian Aymara Indian woman lights a candle to place next to the skull...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivians observe their annual day of skulls in a La Paz cemetery.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 A Bolivian Aymara Indian woman lights a candle to place next to the skull of a dead relative, as other skulls are displayed to receive tribute during the annual "Day of Skulls" in a cemetery in La Paz, November 8, 2004. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA TITICACA
RTR15BOV
October 11, 2004
An Aymara family and their llama walk near Lake Titicaca on Isla del Sol (Isle of Sun) on the Copacabana...
Isla Del Sol, Bolivia
An Aymara family walk near Lake Titicaca on Isla del Sol.
An Aymara family and their llama walk near Lake Titicaca on Isla del Sol (Isle of Sun) on the Copacabana Peninsula in Bolivia, October 11, 2004. The Aymara people, living in the Titicaca Basin, cultivate their crops on terraces as done in pre-Incan times. Lake Titicaca is the world's highest lake, navigable to large vessels, lying at 12,500 feet (3,810 m) above sea level in the Andes Mountains of South America, astride the border between Peru to the west and Bolivia to the east. PICTURE TAKEN OCTOBER 11 2004. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo MB/JDP
BOLIVIA TITICACA
RTRD86Y
October 10, 2004
Aymara women chat while crossing Lake Titicaca to Isla del Sol (Isle of Sun) in Bolivia October 10, 2004....
Isla Del Sol, Bolivia
Aymara women cross lake Titicaca to Isla del Sol in Bolivia.
Aymara women chat while crossing Lake Titicaca to Isla del Sol (Isle of Sun) in Bolivia October 10, 2004. The Aymara people, living in the Titicaca Basin, cultivate their crops on terraces as done in pre-Incan times. Lake Titicaca is the world's highest lake, navigable to large vessels, lying at 12,500 feet (3,810 m) above sea level in the Andes Mountains of South America, astride the border between Peru to the west and Bolivia to the east. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo MB
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