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Chavez returns home after cancer surgery
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Chavez returns home after cancer surgery

Feb 18 2013, 4:16am CST | by

Caracas, Feb 18 (IANS) Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on his Twitter account Monday that he has returned home after a two-month cancer treatment in Cuba.

Caracas, Feb 18 — Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on his Twitter account Monday that he has returned home after a two-month cancer treatment in Cuba. "We have arrived again to the Venezuelan...

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Chavez returns home after cancer surgery

Feb 18 2013, 4:16am CST | by

Caracas, Feb 18 (IANS) Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on his Twitter account Monday that he has returned home after a two-month cancer treatment in Cuba.

Caracas, Feb 18 — Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on his Twitter account Monday that he has returned home after a two-month cancer treatment in Cuba.

"We have arrived again to the Venezuelan homeland. Thank you, God! Thank you, my beloved people! We shall continue the treatment here," Chavez posted on Twitter.

The 58-year-old leader underwent cancer surgery in Cuba Dec 11, reported Xinhua.

Last week, the Venezuelan government released the first images of Chavez following his surgery, showing him propped up in bed flanked by his two daughters.

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Ebola: Obama accused of 'facilitating terrorism'

Oct 13 2014 9:23pm CDT | Source: WND

Larry Klayman, the former Justice Department lawyer and founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, has filed a civil complaint accusing President Obama and other officials of “facilitating terrorism” by refusing to cut off travel from Africa’s Ebola zones to the U.S. The complaint filed in federal court in Washington charges Obama and his administration are “knowingly and willfully providing material support and aid to international terrorism and f ...
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Klayman to sue president over Ebola flights

Oct 10 2014 8:18pm CDT | Source: WND

Larry Klayman, the former Justice Department lawyer and founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, made headlines just a week ago when he announced he was filing the legal paperwork to try to get Barack Obama deported. Now he’s preparing to take aim at the president again, only this time it’s over Ebola. He revealed his plans in a cryptic statement in his weekly WND column, where he wrote, “I am fashioning a lawsuit to force Obama to curtail travel and immigration from Liberia and t ...
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7 weeks ago

Venezuela's 'Chavismo' risks implosion, dissident faction warns

Oct 8 2014 8:57am CDT | Source: Townhall's

By Alexandra Ulmer CARACAS (Reuters) - The socialist movement built by Venezuela's former president Hugo Chavez risks imploding if... ...
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Klayman files for deportation of Barack Obama

Oct 3 2014 6:42pm CDT | Source: WND

He has sued the National Security Agency, and won at the district court level. He has sued to get Barack Obama’s birth certificate. He has sued Hugo Chavez on behalf of torture victims. He has sued journalists. He has sued the Taliban and al-Qaida. He sued Cuba and won a multimillion dollar judgment. Now Larry Klayman, the former Justice Department lawyer and founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, is suing to get Obama deported. Shipped out. Sent back. Rem ...
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8 weeks ago

Appeals court revives 'terrorism' lawsuit against OPEC

Oct 2 2014 7:09pm CDT | Source: WND

There is a reasonable option for serving OPEC, the worldwide Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries group that mandates oil production levels to support prices, with notice of a “terrorism” lawsuit so that the claim can move forward in America’s judicial system, an appeals court has found. The ruling came recently from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in the dispute raised by attor ...
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8 weeks ago

The Political Implications of Latin America's Slowing Growth

Oct 1 2014 1:59pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

For much of the past decade, Latin America--particularly the commodities exporting nations of South America--has been on an economic winning streak. Buoyed by strong growth in China and other emerging markets, demand for commodities worldwide grew exponentially, tightening markets and keeping prices high. Countries that produce and sell primary goods benefitted handsomely, realizing significant capital inflows that allowed governments to distri ...
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