Treat all candidates alike Nobody is above the law Media falls down on job Cruel and unusual Memorialize left writers Oppose oppressive bill Wants Communist perspective Wal-Mart and health care
CARACAS, Venezuela — The sixth World Social Forum concluded here Jan. 29 with a rally of tens of thousands at the Poliedro Stadium, where just two days prior delegates from 160 countries gathered to hear Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez.
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The cycle of threats and bullying led by the U.S. in conjunction with the foolish political game played by reactionary rulers in Iran is entering a new and dangerous stage.
Unity is at the top of Venezuela’s agenda for Latin America. Just over a year ago Venezuela and Cuba signed agreements establishing the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (ALBA), and President Hugo Chávez’ return to Havana Feb. 3 was the occasion for rededication to solidarity among Latin American nations.