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López has declared full support for the man most likely to fight Hugo Chávez in October's election.
Prisoners in Venezuela often brandish heavier weapons than the guards that watch them.
As the 30th anniversary of the conflict approaches, the two nations continue to bicker over the islands
Alleged friend of FARC sworn in as head of military
Foreign investment in Venezuelan oil could shift from US to China and Russia.
The charismatic leader again gives everybody something to talk about
The Iranian leader's Latin America tour winds down as Iran-US tensions grow
Government announces nearly 50,000 have died in drug violence over five years.
A gold rush in Guyana has brought new riches — and brutal violence.
Ahead of elections, Chavez nationalizes the country's wealth.
In Guyana there's no smear campaigns — just goofy reggae songs and curry dinners
In Venezuela, an uptick in expropriations to woo supporters has investors on edge
Hugo Chavez and the former Libyan leader were close friends
As a boy, Hugo Chavez lived in a mud hut with no refrigerator, running water or indoor bathroom.
What does it mean for Venezuela that its fiery leader has been silent for more than 2 weeks?
Inmates are armed with AK-47s, machine guns and hand grenades.