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Features
29 Apr 2013 09:18 GMT
Despite a plethora of potential attractions, Venezuela's reliance on black gold has left tourism somewhat neglected.
Gabriel Elizondo 27 Apr 2013 17:58 GMT
Capriles is spinning the CNE decision to audit the vote as a victory for his side and his millions of supporters.
15 Apr 2013 15:42 GMT
Nicolas Maduro won election by a tight margin in the oil-rich South American state, but many challenges lie ahead.
16 Apr 2013 15:59 GMT
Opposition demands a full recount of votes a day after poll results declared interim-president Nicolas Maduro as winner.
Blogs
Christopher Arsenault 19 Apr 2013 06:18 GMT
Tensions are high, but the country seems to have returned from the brink of the worst violence.
Lucia Newman 19 Apr 2013 07:03 GMT
By rejecting his opponent's demand for a full vote recount, Venezuela's president-elect may be making a costly mistake.
Programmes
16 Apr 2013 11:23 GMT
As Nicolas Maduro wins election by smaller margin than expected, we look at the pressing issues facing the new leader.
13 Apr 2013 14:15 GMT
What do the government and opposition election campaigns say about the future strategies planned for the country?
07 Mar 2013 16:36 GMT
What does the future hold for the Bolivarian revolution?
06 Apr 2013 12:06 GMT
Murder of tribal leader highlights struggle of Yukpas to regain most of their ancestral land.
Nicolas Maduro has been confirmed as acting president, but the opposition has taken to the streets, demanding a recount.
Patients react angrily as opposition is blamed for attacking Cuban doctors, journalists and supermarkets.
Heading to the polls in Caracas, voters describe the issues they and the country are facing.
Charges that polls will be unfair arouse cries of hypocrisy against US, which has long interfered in country's politics.
With the world's largest proven reserves, Venezuela's oil diplomacy is both loved and loathed at home and abroad.
Attempting to shed a reputation as representing elite interests, Henrique Capriles is cultivating a new approach.
Critics say the government is limiting media freedom while supporters claim they're wrestling airwaves from the elite.
The successor of Venezuela's late president could change the relationship between the South American countries.

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