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If you've seen a lot of long-haired men on Alaska's Kodiak Island, this might be the reason.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has announced that he would be welcoming Chinese president Xi Jinping for an official visit "in the next days."
In Radical Cities, Justin McGuirk travels across Latin America in search of the activist architects, maverick politicians and alternative communities already answering these questions.
Not only New York but other large port cities of the eastern seaboard of the Americas - Montevideo, SA o Paulo, Buenos Aires and Caracas - received waves of European A©migrA©s in the 1930s and absorbed avant-garde influences to create innovative art forms.
The biggest international airport in Venezuela is charging a fee for the right to inhale clean air - and social media users are not happy.
A 'Jihad' of protest on the streets of Trinidad and Tobago is being threatened by the wives of five local Muslims who have been in detention in Venezuela for the last 112 days without any formal charges laid against them by the authorities of the neighbouring republic.
Journalists work at the newsroom of the headquarters of the media group previously known as Cadena Capriles in Caracas June 3, 2013.
Top row from left, Lynda Tanner, president and CEO of Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care, Don and Dee Dee Barthelmess, Carol Kallman's husband and Don and Carol's daughter, with Robyn Parker, Santa Barbara Yacht Club Charity Regatta chair; Tom Parker, SBYC Charity Regatta past chair, and Rick Keith, VNHC Foundation executive director; bottom row from ... (more)
This fall, the Museum of Arts and Design will present the first American museum group exhibition dedicated to contemporary Latin American design.
When Annie and Ryan McQuaid's attempt to get out of Venezuela falls through the pair are stuck hiding out in Caracas with their critically-injured prisoner who is their only link to the bombing of the C.I.A.'s Chicago offices.
At least seven people died and 32 were injured Wednesday when two buses collided on a highway in eastern Venezuela, authorities said.
The currency crisis in Venezuela is making it difficult for multinational companies to turn a profit in the South American nation.
Most noteworthy, I thought, is that the crew will overnight in Caracas and return in the morning.
Left: Henri Matisse, "Odalisque in Red Pants" ; right: the fake version of the work that thieves substituted at Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas A Matisse painting valued at $3 million was returned to Venezuela yesterday, after disappearing from an art museum there at least a decade prior, Reuters reported .
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 05:31 am
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