The Washington Post

Wednesday, December 26, 2007 - 00:00
Did Hugo Chavez purchase the allegiance of Argentina's new president?
Sunday, December 23, 2007 - 00:00
Gates and other U.S. officials credit President Alvaro Uribe (and Wood's support for him) with "uprooting corruption in government" and keeping it from tipping into the narco-state category. Only in that sense could Colombia be a model for Afgha
Wednesday, December 19, 2007 - 00:00
Colombian guerrillas said Tuesday that they would hand over three hostages to Venezuelan President Hugo Ch¿vez
Wednesday, December 19, 2007 - 00:00
Fifteen months in advance of El Salvador's March 2009 presidential election, opposition party candidate Mauricio Funes has flown to Washington to woo the region's sizable Salvadoran community
Tuesday, December 18, 2007 - 00:00
Mamita, I am tired, tired of suffering, I have been - or tried to be - strong
Tuesday, December 18, 2007 - 00:00
It was a godsend, the 12-page letter that Ingrid Betancourt sent her mother. It confirmed that the best-known hostage in Colombia, one of hundreds, was alive, deep in a guerrilla encampment
Tuesday, December 18, 2007 - 00:00
Chavez said doubts exist because some writings suggest it is possible the South American "Liberator" might have been murdered
Wednesday, December 12, 2007 - 00:00
Former president Alberto Fujimori was sentenced to six years in prison Tuesday for ordering an illegal search during the final days of his rule, as a judge ruled on the first in a series of prosecutions
Monday, December 10, 2007 - 00:00
Defying an opposition boycott, Bolivia's constitutional assembly approved a new charter Sunday that would empower the poor South American nation's indigenous majority and let President Evo Morales run for reelection indefinitely.
Monday, December 10, 2007 - 00:00
BOGOTA, Colombia, Dec. 7 -- President Alvaro Uribe said Friday that his government was willing to meet with Marxist rebels in a specially demarcated swath of rural Colombia in a bid to win the release of high-profile hostages. The captives include a French-Colombian politician and three Pentagon contractors. <br /> <br />The announcement generated hope among hostages' families, and some analysts saw it as a reversal of the president's long-held pledge never to cede territory for talks with the rebels.

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