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Hugo Chavez said America is using the anti government protests as an excuse to attack Syria. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez took a blow at the United States and the United Nations. Chavez said that the United States is using the anti-
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that the United States is using the anti-government protest in Syria as an excuse to attack the country like it did with Libya. Chavez said that it is a new strategy invented by the United States. They
As the whole world is having lots of problem, lots of protest,lots of natural disasters Syria is that country after libya where the civil war have been started.As we can't see its a completely
Dismisal of the government by Yemenese President does not seem to have quelled the anger. Accordign to Al - Jazeera, 'three top Yemeni army commanders have declared their support for anti-government protesters
Police estimated that up to 600 people took part in the demonstration demanding an end to the violence against protesters in Bahrain and chanting: 'The people want the downfall of the government.' One of the organisers, Zaid Ali, 22, a British-born
Mar 19, 2011 19:45 Inspired by the resilience of the Egyptian people during their recent uprising, several notable musicians from North America have teamed up to release a song of solidarity and empowerment.
But in the end, it was Kadafi's willingness to use brute force and the tools of his police state that has helped him so far avoid the fate of neighboring autocrats in Tunisia and Egypt who were swallowed up by popular revolutions. Regimes in Bahrain ,
The Arab uprising which after successfully dethroning the autocratic rulers of Tunisia and Egypt, is now challenging the Arab rulers from Yemen, to Bahrain to Morocco and now in Libya is a big testimonial of people’s power.
Venezuela President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday dared the U.S. government to expel his ambassador from Washington in response to Venezuela's rejection of the White House's choice for ambassador in Caracas. Chavez reiterated that he will not allow the U.
Venezuela (AP) — President Hugo Chavez is neutralizing efforts by Venezuela's opposition to impose checks on his power, using a friendly lame-duck congress to seek broad authority to enact laws by decree for the next year. The