Hugo Chavez's lieutenants ended the suspense over whether he would make it back to Venezuela to be sworn in on Thursday -- but they failed to stamp out protests from the opposition who claim a constitutional crisis is under way. The inaugural day now being billed a day of pro-Chavez rallies, and the conflict looks set to continue as long as the ...
Israel's armed forces have begun casting their ballots in the country's parliamentary election. Voting for the general public will begin Tuesday but before then servicemen and women will have the opportunity to cast vote for members of the next Israeli government at one of 700 specially set up stations.
As Nigeria's national football team prepare for a showdown with Zambia on Friday as part of the Africa Cup of Nations, the club's coach Stephen Keshi says the team still needs to develop before it can return to the 'glory days' of Nigerian football. Duration: 01:00.
France's government said Tuesday it will send hundreds more troops into Mali as it prepared for a land assault to dislodge the militants groups occupying the northern half of the country. Some sectors have denounced that the West has a special interest in energy resources of the nation. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net
01/24/2013 North Korea further sours relations with the U.S. saying it will carry out more rocket launches and a nuclear test specifically targeting the United States. http://LeakSource.wordpress.com http://twitter.com/LeakSourceNews