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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa addresses the National Assembly during his inauguration ceremony in Quito May 24, 2013.
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The Economist turns logic on its head and explains why the game of golf is a "revolutionary pursuit" in Castro's Cuba: AFTER the 1959 revolution, Fidel Castro denounced golf as a "bourgeois" hobby.
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Venezuela's president has ordered the creation of a new workers' militia as part of an existing pro-government fighting force.
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May 24th, 2013 Attorney General, Jorge Chavarria, threatened yesterday to prosecute and possibly jail any official who discloses any information to the press surrounding the investigation of President Laura Chinchilla's recent trip to Peru, in which she flew in a private jet linked to Gabriel Morales Fallon, a Colombian businessman suspected of ... (more)
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It is unlikely that Nicolas Maduro's recent election victory will be overturned, yet, it raises a number of political dilemmas for the new administration.
The people of Venezuela are grappling with a nationwide shortage of toilet paper, an all too common occurrence in socialist states.
State-energy monopoly Petroleos de Venezuela, or PdVSA, and Russian oil company Rosneft signed deals Thursday to boost production at a new joint venture in the South American country's vast Orinoco heavy oil belt.
Influential Venezuelan TV commentator Mario Silva accused the Mossad and CIA of manipulating his voice to embarrass his country's socialist government.
He swears he is innocent and has done nothing wrong. That the recorded conversation between him and a Lieutenant Colonel from Cuban State Security discussing how to ensure Venezuela remains under dictatorial rule was all fabricated by Israel's Mossad.
An article published by the Financial Times , on Monday, reiterated the need for Jamaica to take current economic conditions seriously.
In Latin American business circles, four countries are increasingly being mentioned in the same breath: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
I'm a Jew, Too : Nicholas Maduro insists he's no anti-Semite, despite being a follower of Hugo Chavez.
A prominent Venezuelan talk show host has gone off the air after allegedly being caught on tape discussing politics inside Venezuela's ruling party with a Cuban intelligence official.
Socialism has finally hit the fan in Hugo Chavez 's Venezuela , though he checked out just in time to miss it.
Stern-looking soldiers clutching assault rifles wave down the beat-up Chevy Caprice entering this sprawling slum on the outskirts of Caracas.