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Two years after his death, are Venezuelans finally giving up on Hugo Chavez’s “Chavismo” ?

Two years after his death, are Venezuelans finally giving up on Hugo Chavez’s “Chavismo” ?

Few leaders have ever had the ability to polarize opinion quite like Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s late bombastic, left-wing president. The same is also true of Chavismo, the “Bolivarian” socialist…

Venezuela’s opposition wins national legislative elections

Venezuela’s opposition wins national legislative elections

Authorities say the opposition, with some districts yet to be counted, won 99 of the 167 seats in the National Assembly, with the Socialist party winning just 46.  The results…

As number of Cubans stranded in Costa Rica continues to grow, Cuba urges US to end “wet foot, dry foot”

Cuba on Monday asked the United States to put an end to the policy that allows Cubans who reach American soil to stay claiming that it spurs illegal immigration and…

Brazil’s top legislator alleges Washington and NGOs use abortion to get rid of poor people in Latin America

ne of the most powerful Brazilian lawmakers believes that an international conspiracy, led by the United States government and powerful US charitable foundations like the Rockefeller Foundation, is behind efforts…

China’s heft brews discomfort in Latin America

Over the past decade, China has pumped billions of dollars into countries across Latin America, diversifying its own investment portfolio while dipping into the region’s pool of raw materials like…

Why so many Cubans are suddenly fleeing to the US and getting stuck in Costa Rica

You might have thought that the thaw between Washington and Havana would cut down the number of Cubans attempting an arduous escape to the United States. If so, you’d…

Central American nations’ need for oil undercuts push to monitor Venezuela vote

One by one Caribbean and Central American diplomats on Thursday took the floor at the Organization of American States to praise Venezuela for its subsidized oil export program. The effusive…

1,000 Cuban migrants remain stranded in Costa Rica; authorities establish emergency shelters

The National Emergency Commission reported on Wednesday that the six shelters house a total of 982 Cubans, while another 400 who have not wanted to go to the shelters are…

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