efe-epaBy Gabriel Romano La Paz

A small wooden cross surrounded by flowers, a pair of unlit candles and a bullet casing on a hill next to a dirt soccer field stand as a memorial to Beltran Condori, who was killed by a gunshot fired during recent violent protests in Bolivia.


Tensions were running high at noon on Monday, Nov. 11, in El Pedregal, a neighborhood on La Paz's southeastern outskirts and a main protest site a day after longtime leftist President Evo Morales was forced to resign amid allegations of electoral fraud.