Jul 11, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Leaker Poses Latin America Paradox
QUITO, Ecuador-Fugitive intelligence contractor Edward Snowden has found support among some South American leaders, who hail him as a whistleblower and defender of free speech.
Snowden Saga: By Employing Big Stick, Obama Has Emboldened Latin Left
What a difference a few days can make. As recently as this past Tuesday, NSA leaker Edward Snowden's bid to acquire diplomatic asylum outside of the U.S. was looking awfully bleak.
Globe and Mail
Chavez 'an inspiration,' Bolivia's Morales says
Bolivia's President Evo Morales is seen during a news conference in honour of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at the presidential palace in La Paz, March 5, 2013.
Venezuela's Chavez in therapy, eyes return: Morales
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez is undergoing physical therapy to hasten his return home from Cuba after surgery last month for the cancer that has threatened to end his 14-year rule, Bolivian President Evo Morales said on Tuesday.
Malaysian National News Agency
U.S. Congratulates Venezuela On Peaceful Presidential Poll
The White House on Monday extended congratulations to the Venezuelans on the peaceful conclusion of the presidential election with a high voter turnout.