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By Louis Charbonneau and Patricia Zengerle UNITED NATIONS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will not stand in the way of Venezuela securing a temporary seat on the U.N. Security Council in 2015-16 after Latin American and Caribbean states unanimously endorsed its bid, U.N. diplomats and U.S.
It's not Venezuela. Now it's Argentina that wants to use the heavy hand of the state to grip the invisible hand of the market.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — A popular cartoonist said she lost her job over her representation of the late Hugo Chavez's iconic signature as a flat-lined heartbeat to dramatize Venezuela's health care crisis.
Caracas, Venezuela — Venezuela's chronic shortages have begun to encroach on a cultural cornerstone: the boob job. Beauty-obsessed Venezuelans face a scarcity of brand-name breast implants, and women are so desperate that they and their doctors are turning to devices that are the wrong size or made in China, with less rigorous quality standards. Venezuelans once had easy access to implants ...
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The $8.9 million funding round marks the British venture capital firm’s first investment outside Europe, the United States and Israel and is the first of several investments it anticipates in Latin America.
The share offering is part of the company’s merger plans with Portugal Telecom.
While it is unclear whether the F.B.I. ordered the attacks by Hector Xavier Monsegur, the agency may have used hackers to gather intelligence even as investigators were trying to dismantle hacking groups.
Scout Tufankjian has been traveling the world photographing Armenian communities large and small, where traditions endure amid diversity.
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Peru is at risk of losing energy investors to newly opening markets in Mexico, raising questions about the Andean nation’s ability to meet its needs in the coming decade, according to a report.
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Peru's central bank said it will gradually raise the foreign investment limit on the country's private pension funds by two percentage points to 42 percent of assets managed in January.
PACCHA, Peru (AP) — This remote hamlet on fertile Andean slopes beside the Apurimac river has been a ghost town for three decades, inhabited only by the buried bodies of villagers slain by security forces who considered them rebel sympathizers.