Venezuela

May 15, 2009 8:04 AM

Venezuela Targets Cable Station

The government of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez has taken actions that could shutter a private television news station, part of an offensive that has led to the seizure of foreign oil firms and a congressional effort to control the financing of nongovernmental organizations critical of the state.

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