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(From Agence France Presse)
Bolivia's military sought to crush fears of a coup, renewing support for President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, who faced riots around the South American country demanding he stand down.
Three days of clashes between police and protesters have caused 60 deaths.
Protest organizer Felipe Quispe called Sanchez de Lozada "a butcher" and vowed disturbances would continue.
The army clarified its commander's ambiguous support earlier Tuesday and voiced its "subordination, obedience and support" to the president, seeking to quash coup rumors.
Food shortages worsened in La Paz, which was cut off from the rest of …