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Bolivia's Morales denounces "illegal" police warrant for his arrest- tweet

Reuters | La Paz | Updated: 11-11-2019 07:22 IST | Created: 11-11-2019 07:14 IST
Bolivia's Morales denounces "illegal" police warrant for his arrest- tweet
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Bolivia's embattled President Evo Morales, who resigned hours earlier, denounced what he called an "illegal" police warrant for his arrest and said his home was attacked by "violent groups," according to a statement on Twitter on Sunday.

Reuters could not immediately confirm the existence of a warrant with police officials.



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