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November 24, 2008
Russian warship to arrive, following Venezuela’s elections

Sunday’s regional elections in Venezuela saw some gains for Hugo Chávez’s opponents, at a time when the leader awaits the arrival of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and a fleet of Russian warships. The ships will conduct joint exercises with Venezuela’s navy.

Shannon O’Neil, a specialist on Latin America at the Council on Foreign Relations, joins Martin Savidge to discuss Chávez’s position, joint naval exercises between Russia and Venezuela and Obama’s approach to Venezuela going forward.

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#3

doing the right for the citizens should be the watch word for all our elective leaders.

#2

I’m curious… Which network broadcasts this news show? Is it an American based network?

#1

It is about time we got back to having more news about the world and topics beyond just our immediate interests. It is a wonderful news show and one that we make sure to watch every evening.

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