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Venezuela
Exclusive photos from the presidential election on April 14, 2013.

Top stories this week are likely to include: Maduro narrowly wins Venezuela elections; U.S. senators to release immigration legislation; Guantánamo prison standoff escalates; Mexican teachers plan more protests this week; Chile’s Michelle Bachelet begins her campaign.

Durante la última década los venezolanos han vivido cada contienda electoral como una batalla en la que se juegan la vida o la muerte.

The whirlwind presidential campaign between Nicolás Maduro and Henrique Capriles Radonski is now officially over in Venezuela.

An ongoing effort to catalog electoral infractions in Venezuela since 1999.
The upcoming electoral process in Venezuela is unlikely to have an international observer capable of condemning unfair tactics.

Top stories this week are likely to include: U.S. senators hope to introduce immigration reform bill this week; the Brazilian Federal Police will investigate whether Lula had a role in the mensalão scandal; Pablo Neruda’s body will be examined for signs of poisoning; Venezuela’s opposition rallies in Caracas; and the FARC bring extra peace negotiators to Cuba.

Will ALBA outlive Hugo Chávez? Yes

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