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Beijing is using technology transfer to help Caracas become a Latin American power.
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Despite having the now mandatory Latin American contest between a pro-Chavez candidate and a pro-US one, Ecuador's presidential election had failed to capture the public imagination - that is until doubts over the transparency of the vote emerged.
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Who would have ever imagined that poor Venezuelans might one day live in Iranian-built housing? Or that Iranian cement would become part of economic development in Venezuela?
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Mexico's election saga seems to only get longer, more complicated and less predictable by the day.
Dima Khatib | 10 Sep 2006 17:50 GMT
Billions of dollars spent, tens of thousands of lives lost, hundreds of hours of televised speeches and press conferences, extensive diplomatic efforts, political and military plans, years in Iraq, and much more.
Dima Khatib | 18 Aug 2006 11:15 GMT
After months of verbal tension and frozen diplomatic relations between Caracas and Lima, Alan Garcia, Peru's new president, and his Venezuelan counterpart missed out on two opportunities for a face-to-face confrontation.
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Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador might seem to some to have been the loser in the presidential elections in Mexico on July 2. However, some might say he is probably in the best position he could ever be.
Dima Khatib | 18 Jul 2006 08:33 GMT
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A look at China's ghost towns and the bad debt they represent. Plus, why the work gender gap is still prevalent.
Business & Economy, China, Gender
As Mexico reels over the disappearance of 43 students, Fault Lines unravels years of crime, corruption and impunity.
Humanitarian crises, Human Rights, Latin America
Al Jazeera investigates the shocking truth behind a deadly Israeli attack on a US naval vessel.
Israel, Politics, United States
TechKnow looks at the controversy surrounding psychedelic science and asks if a party drug can help cure trauma.
Health, PTSD, Drugs