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Mexico accuses Bolivia of more harassment, even as president sees let-up

Reuters Tuesday, 24 December 2019
Mexico's foreign ministry on Tuesday again accused Bolivian security and intelligence officials of harassing its diplomatic staff in La Paz, despite remarks by the Mexican president earlier in the day that obtrusive surveillance was easing.
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