Scrambling out of buses, prisoners clad in red charge through crowds of distraught women who are screaming in anger and despair.
CARACAS, Venezuela President Hugo Chavez revealed for the first time on Sunday that some of his political allies have collaborated with Colombia’s guerrillas in the past but he said he warned them to stop because it could give Washington an excuse to attack Venezuela. Chavez said he contacted radical government supporters who had met with the leftist rebels, presumably to tell them to stop collaborating with groups that Colombia and U.S
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Sunday said he was interested in working with Russia to develop a civilian nuclear power program. His statement at a televised political rally in Caracas, Venezuela, followed a trip to Russia, where he met with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and President Dmitry Medvedev
A suicide bomber on a motorcycle struck a Pakistani Defense Ministry bus Thursday, killing at least one person and wounding 29 others, Rawalpindi police and medical officials said.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez returned home Friday after a sometimes controversial nine-country tour and said he had purchased weapons from Russia. Chavez appeared on Venezuelan news channel Globovision in Caracas, and he had a message about a purchase he made in Russia
The government of leftist Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez heightened its battle Tuesday against the only critical private broadcaster left in the nation, launching a fourth investigation into the Globovision network. Two officials with Venezuela’s Conatel agency, which regulates the nation’s telecommunications, served the papers at Globovision’s station in Caracas
Venezuelan federal investigators raided the suburban Caracas home of the president of Globovision, a privately run television station that has frequently opposed President Hugo Chavez’s policies.