Bolivia’s crisis exposes old racial, geographic divides

A coca leaf producer kneels holding a bible with his arms outspread asking police to open the way so a march by backers of former President Evo Morales may continue to Cochabamba, Bolivia, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. Officials now say at least eight people died when Bolivian security forces fired on Morales supporters the day before, in Sacaba. The U.N. human rights chief says she's worried that Bolivia could "spin out of control" as the interim government tries to restore stability following the resignation of the former president in an election dispute.