‘Inefficiency and corruption that is paid for by the Venezuelan consumer’
‘Disarmament and peace’
Party claims it is a smear campaign
Decision made after peace talks between narcos and gov’t begin
Venezuelan socialist President Hugo Chavez stated that there probably was civilization on Mars, but capitalism and imperialism killed the planet
Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez are up to no good.
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Is Iran placing missiles in Venezuela, within range of the US?
In June Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez called the leaders of the national business federation ‘enemies of the nation’
Oliver Stone, Sean Penn, and Rep. Jan Schakowsky flak for leftist leaders in Latin America
U.S. banks: drug lord accomplices - Bloomberg
Wachovia and Bank of America fail to monitor and report suspected money laundering by narcotics traffickers; allow Mexican drug trade to thrive
Pro-democracy activists, jailed government opponents, journalists, businessmen and union leaders are among the diverse cast of opposition
Spain and Venezuela face off over assassination allegations - WALL STREET JOURNAL
Spain and Venezuela headed toward a potential diplomatic face-off after a Spanish judge on Monday accused Caracas of collaborating with rebel groups to assassinate Colombian President Álvaro Uribe and other top political figures. Spanish National Court Judge Eloy Velasco alleged Monday that the Venezuelan government had collaborated with Basque separatist group ETA and Colombia’s main guerrilla group in a plot against leaders living in or traveling to Spain that began in late 2003
In the real world, as opposed to what French President Nicolas Sarkozy calls President Barack Obama’s "virtual world," America faces the reality of Iran’s intransigence and aggressiveness; China’s headlong pursuit of its own national, regional, and global interests; Russia’s determination to regain its Near Abroad;
A prison riot in Venezuela left eight dead and 16 injured, the country’s penitentiary director told CNN en Español on Wednesday
A strong 5.5 magnitude earthquake shook major oil exporter Venezuela on Saturday, causing panic in the capital, Caracas, and injuring at least seven people when houses in the countryside collapsed.
America’s response thus far to the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12 has been far too mute, creating an unexpected vacuum of leadership in a critical region. Haiti is the most impoverished nation of the Americas.
Every Sunday, Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez takes to the air and radio waves for Aló Presidente. It is, to put it mildly, a key ingredient in the cultivation of his persona and pet issues for his Bolivarian Revolution. The show, complete with its own web site, often transmits from carefully selected locations to emphasize the president’s booming rhetoric of the day–oil fields when announcing nationalization of the oil industry or new schools and clinics when aiming to brag about the gains of 21st Century Socialism in Venezuela. Or along Venezuela’s border with Colombia when he desires to rail against two favorite targets: Colombia and the United States. Lately, the rants against Colombia have focused on a possible armed conflict – to avoid war we must prepare for war President Chavez declared.