The Venezuelan leader who defied the West, courting Castro, Ahmadinejad and Gaddafi, and predicted to govern for more than 21 years, now says his toughest battle has just begun.
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A type of caviar not available on the market for 100 years is making a comeback in Canada.
Bollywood royalty came to Toronto this weekend, when the Indian film industry's version of the Oscars hit the Canadian city, sending fans into a frenzy.
Maria Lucimar Pereira is indigenous and has reportedly lived most of her life on a reserve in the remote northwest Amazon state of Acre.
Change, noun. That thing that the people of the country our reporter spoke to (normally the porter, waiter and cleaning lady in the green zone hotel room) are calling for from their politicians.
Brazilian researchers say they have confirmed the possible existence of a previously unknown and uncontacted tribe.
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The man Brazil freed that angered Italy.