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Venezuela After The Death Of Hugo Chavez

Standing next to a portrait of independence hero Simon Bolivar, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaks during a press conference in Caracas in October 2012.
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Standing next to a portrait of independence hero Simon Bolivar, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaks during a press conference in Caracas in October 2012.

Venezuela after Chavez: What the death of the Socialist leader will mean for the country, the region and the U.S.

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