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Mattis gave a blunt warning against generals becoming politicians, and in neighboring country where this is happening
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is traveling through South America to boost US ties, and while in Brazil, he was about the military's role in politics — a touchy subject in Latin America's biggest country.
Confusion still abounds about what caused the explosion in Venezuela, but experts warn Maduro will use it as an excuse to consolidate power either way...
After an explosion went off Saturday while Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech, he accused the opposition of attempting to assassinate him. Whatever happened, experts say the incident made Maduro look vulnerable, and will probably lead to him concentrating power even further.
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Trump keeps suggesting an invasion of Venezuela, and the government there keeps taking advantage of it
Venezuela's rapid deterioration and the spillover of its many crises were, in Trump's mind, reasons to consider military action against the country that has the world's largest oil reserves. The president reportedly cited what he considered successful past invasions of Panama and Grenada as justification.
Venezuela's inflation rate has hit a new high, according to university research, with consumer prices in the crisis-ridden country rising by more than 40,000% annually for the first time on record.
Millions of Venezuelans have fled their homes, and it’s affecting the entire region — here’s where they’re going
Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have sought refuge in neighboring countries in recent months, and the communities receiving them have struggled to deal with the influx.
Bolivia is taking Chile to court over a war it lost 134 years ago — and it reenacted a pivotal battle on the final day of the case
Bolivia is landlocked because of a war it lost 134 years ago. But it's fighting in court to regain its territory — and its pride.
Colombian immigration officials say there are nearly 600,000 Venezuelans in the country — double the number six months ago.
Rex Tillerson is talking about drastic action against one of the world’s biggest oil producers — again
Cracking down on Venezuela's oil industry "is something we continue to consider," Rex Tillerson said this weekend.
The World Bank says it will redo its competitiveness rankings after unfairly influencing them for years
The upcoming revision could affect the rankings of a number of countries, but Chile may see the most significant adjustment.