The Venezuelan president has launched his own personal website, as Kiraz Janicke reports.
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A new state-run import-export company will seek to redress regional trade imbalances in favour of Venezuela's economy, writes Kiraz Janicke.
Kiraz Janicke reports on a Latin American summit which has articulated a regional commitment to radical social change.
Kiraz Janicke on the latest incident to further fuel the considerable distrust between Colombia and Venezuela.
FARC kidnap victim Captain Pablo Emilio Moncayo has publicly expressed his gratitude for Hugo ChÃ¡vez's efforts to secure his release, writes Kiraz Janicke.
Kiraz Janicke reports on how the Venezuelan right are using the university campus as a battleground in their struggle against the Chavez government.
The Chavez regime is arming the Venezuelan peasantry to protect them against militias bent on undermining the country's agrarian reform initiatives, as Kiraz Janicke explains.
A student rally in the Venezuelan capital has rallied behind the country's president, writes Kiraz Janicke.
The Union of South American Nations has come together to raise funds for the reconstruction of Haiti's civilian infrastructure, as Kiraz Janicke reports.
Kiraz Janicke on the Venezuelan government's response to the humanitarian crisis in Haiti.