Sixty six pounds of uranium was for a 'dirty bomb,' Colombian officials say. Venezuela and Ecuador wonder: What else will seized rebel laptops reveal?
Venezuela's fiery president gears up to become Latin America's next leftist icon.
After nearly 50 years in power, Fidel effectively hands the reins to his younger brother, Raul Castro.
Recent increases in defense spending by Brazil and Venezuela are attracting observers' attention.
A deal brokered by Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez could pave the way for the liberation of dozens of others being held in rebel camps.
The Venezuelan president touts Beijing's $4 billion investment as another punch in his bid to undermine US clout. China is more pragmatic.