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Andrew Cawthorne

Andrew Cawthorne

    Cameroon, title-holders Spain out of World Cup
    Cameroon, title-holders Spain out of World Cup
    Africa has lost one of its five representative countries in the World Cup, while the champions were humiliated by a shock defeat by Chile.
    Venezuelans flood streets for another Chavez coffin parade
    Venezuelans flood streets for another Chavez coffin parade
    Venezuelans have taken to the streets at a funeral parade for Hugo Chavez amid protests that the government was exploiting his death to win election.
    Venezuela's election race begins with scathing attacks
    Venezuela's election race begins with scathing attacks
    Presidential candidates Nicolas Maduro and Henrique Capriles have begun Venezuela's election race with critical personal attacks.
    'Laughing' Chavez dishes out orders from Cuba
    'Laughing' Chavez dishes out orders from Cuba
    Six weeks after his disappearance from the public eye for surgery, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is joking and giving instructions again, says an official.
    Ailing Chavez's swearing-in could be postponed
    Ailing Chavez's swearing-in could be postponed
    Hugo Chavez's swearing-in for a new six-year term can be postponed if he is unable to attend due to his battle to recover from cancer surgery.
    Chavez battle with cancer dominates Venezuelan state elections
    Chavez battle with cancer dominates Venezuelan state elections
    State elections will determine opposition leader Capriles's future ahead of possible new presidential vote if Hugo Chavez is incapacitated by cancer.
    Venezuela's Chavez re-elected
    Venezuela's Chavez re-elected
    Venezuela's socialist leader Hugo Chavez has comfortably won re-election, quashing the opposition's best chance at unseating him in 14 years.