Bolivia campaigners set up camp
Indians who marched to La Paz to demand Bolivian President Evo Morales halt plans to build a road through their Amazon jungle preserve have set up camp in front of the presidential palace to press their cause.
About 100 have erected tents in Plaza Murillo in front of the palace. Others are camped out elsewhere in the capital.
More than 1,000 arrived on Wednesday after a two-month trek that included a failed police attempt to break up the protest march.
Protest leaders are demanding to meet with Mr Morales and vowed not to leave until he agrees to scrap the road.
The marchers are lowlands Indians unaccustomed to the 11,900-foot altitude of La Paz. Some have fallen ill with altitude sickness and are being treated in hospitals.