Topic: Zulia State
As Venezuela prepares to vote for president April 14 Chávez's socialist party remains a formidable force against opposition candidate Capriles.
Yesterday's regional elections are viewed as a litmus test for a future presidential race in Venezuela. To many, it shows that Chavismo, Chávez’s political and social movement, is alive and well.
Latin America Monitor Voting hurdles: Venezuelans in Miami must travel to NOLA to vote for president.
The Venezuelan consulate in Miami closed amid a political scandal this year, and now some 26,000 Venezuelans living in Florida must travel more than 650 miles to cast ballots.
FARC's move to put Timoleon Jimenez, also known as 'Timochenko,' in charge could prove a major obstacle to Colombia's hopes for a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
11/16/2011 10:06 am
Venezuela withdrew its ambassador this week after Peru offered asylum to Chávez's political rival who faces corruption charges.
04/29/2009 01:00 am
Manuel Rosales, who ran against Chávez in 2006, is seeking asylum in Peru.
04/23/2009 01:00 am
President Medvedev visits Venezuela this week as a Russian nuclear warship leads joint maneuvers.
11/25/2008 12:00 am