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Mexico president urges Bolivia to respect right of asylum

Reuters Friday, 27 December 2019
Mexico on Friday urged Bolivia's new conservative government to respect its right to grant asylum to nine people at its embassy in La Paz, days after complaining that Bolivian government surveillance there has grown excessive.
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