Rival marches in Bolivian capital
Rival marches have been held in Bolivia's constitutional capital, Sucre, as the nation celebrates 200 years of independence from Spain.
Thousands of Indians, who support Bolivia's indigenous President Evo Morales, demanded an end to what they described as racism in the country.
Meanwhile, soldiers in ceremonial uniforms led an official parade.
Police were on alert, following last year's violent attacks on Indians on the streets of the city.
One country in the world where a latin, spanish control has beeen over rid and is now in idigenous hands.