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Venezuela Divided Over Snowden Asylum Request
Venezuelans say they've got enough problems than to ruffle U.S. feathers with Snowden asylum..
Why Are Latin American Countries Saying Yes to Snowden?
The presidents of Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia have publicly expressed interest in granting asylum to former CIA analyst Edward Snowden who is wanted by the United States on charges of revealing classified government information. On Friday WikiLeaks, the organization that publishes private, and
The Social Climber: Wimbledon 2013 Finals: Andy Murray vs. Novak Djokovic
Murray Made It to the Wimbledon Finals Last Year, but Lost to Roger Federer.
Bolivian President Evo Morales Makes Asylum Offer to Edward Snowden
Bolivia has joined the ranks of South American countries offering refuge to NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Bolivian President Evo Morales said today that Snowden was welcome in his country, The Associated Press reported. Morales said he was making the offer as a protest against the United States and
Venezuela, Nicaragua Talk Asylum for Edward Snowden, but Could He Get There?
Accused NSA Leaker Stuck in Transit Area of Moscow's Airport for Nearly 2 Weeks
Snowden Creates Another Conflict Between U.S. and LatAm
Edward Snowden's travels have caused yet another inciden t between the U.S. and part of Latin America. On Tuesday, while traveling from Moscow to La Paz, Bolivian President Evo Morales was forced to make an unplanned landing in Austria after France, Portugal, Italy, and Spain reportedly denied
Bolivia's President Evo Morales Doesn't Like to Read
Morales said he'd like to read more, but hasn't managed to "fall in love" with this activity.
Venezuelan Comedians Seek Life After Chavez
Chavez' death has sent Venezuela's most popular satirists back to the drawing board
World Leaders Attend Chavez's Funeral Services
A strange mix of world leaders and global celebrities attended the state funeral for Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. The nationally televised event which lasted around three hours, included close allies of Chávez, such as Cuban leader Raul Castro, Bolivian President Evo Morales, and Iran's