Scrambling out of buses, prisoners clad in red charge through crowds of distraught women who are screaming in anger and despair.
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Venezuela says it has captured pair of Colombian spies
Colombian president sees ‘signs of corruption’ in rebel prison break
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe on Thursday demanded that his ministers of the interior and defense get to the bottom of how a jailed top rebel leader escaped in the northeastern city of Arauca, Colombia. Gustavo Anibal Giraldo Quinchia, also known by his alias, “Pablito,” was freed Wednesday morning when a group of gunmen presumed to be rebels attacked a convoy transporting the prisoner to a court hearing
Conductor, 28, takes reins of Los Angeles Philharmonic
Venezuela’s fiery Chavez to speak at U.N. General Assembly debate
Obama leads summit’s adoption of nuclear arms resolution
U.N. ‘doesn’t smell of sulfur anymore,’ says Chavez
Chavez reveals personal side, criticizes U.S.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez revealed a deeply personal side in an interview Thursday night, saying he loves Jesus Christ and would have liked to play Major League baseball in Yankee Stadium. He also expressed a fondness for American people and culture, saying he likes the movie actor Charles Bronson and the poet Walt Whitman