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09-10 2 Russian bombers land in Venezuela Libertador, Venezuela
C. 09-11 Venezuela to expel U.S. ambassador Venezuela
D. 09-14 Morales struggling to control Bolivia Bolivia
E. 09-16 Governor arressted after 30 killed Bolivia
F. 09-16 Opposition agrees to talks Bolivia
G. 09-26 Argentina grapples with fierce drought Santa Fe, Argentina
H. 09-28 Correa heads toward charter win Ecuador

Chanderpaul named Cricketer of the Year Venezuela to expel U.S. ambassador
Argentina endorses $3B Andes tunnel Venezuela plans Russia navy visit Massa wins GP as Hamilton demoted Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline 2 Russian bombers land in Venezuela Map of Libertador Venezuela


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Sep.3   Argentina
Sep.6   Venezuela
Sep.7   Belgium
Sep.9   Bolivia
Sep.10   Venezuela  
  The Tupolev Tu-160 strategic bombers have landed at a Venezuelan airfield, from which they will carry out training flights for several day
 NATO fighters followed the bombers on 13-hour flight over the Arctic Ocean and the Atlantic
Sep.11   Guyana
  Venezuela  
  President Hugo Chavez said he is recalling his own ambassador from Washington and expelling the U.S. ambassador from Venezuela
  Washington   Washington expels Bolivian envoy  The US is expelling Bolivia's envoy, after the US ambassador was told to leave Bolivia. Morales blamed the US envoy for inciting protesters in...   Bolivia   Deadly clashes strike Bolivia's east   Pro-autonomy militants and the government supporters clash in the northeastern department of Pando. The dead were supporters of autonomy Sep.12   Washington   US sanctions Venezuela officials  The Treasury has frozen the assets of two senior Venezuelan officials it accuses of aiding Colombian rebels, in an escalating diplomatic row   Bolivia   'State of siege' declared   Bolivian authorities declared a state of siege to begin at midnight in the eastern department of Pando, which has been the site of recent un... Sep.13   Chile   Move to tackle Bolivian turmoil  Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has called an emergency meeting of the Union of South American Nations to help resolve the crisis Sep.14   Bolivia   Morales struggling to control Bolivia
  President Morales struggled to assert control as protesters set fire to a town hall and blockaded highways in opposition-controlled provinces
Sep.15   Chile   Morales attends crisis summit on Bolivia  The Bolivian capital remained mostly quiet, hours after President Evo Morales flew to Chile for an emergency summit on violence Sep.16   Bolivia   Governor arressted after 30 killed
  The military arrested Leopoldo Fernandez, the governor of one of 5 provinces where violent clashes have occurred in the past three weeks
  Bolivia   Opposition agrees to talks  Both sides in a bitter dispute that has threatened to fracture Bolivia reached a tentative agreement intended to resolve the crisis Sep.17   Norway     Norway joins fight to save Amazon  Norway has pledged $1bn to a new international fund to help Brazil protect the rainforest   Sao Paulo   Paraguay, Brazil discuss energy treaty  Paraguay's new President Lugo visited Brazil to launch talks to earn his poor country more money from a dam on the nations' shared border Sep.18   Venezuela     Rights group slams Chavez  Human Rights Watch's Americas director: The government has chipped away at human rights in Venezuela during the 10 years he has held power Sep.20   Bolivia   Peace talks aim at easing tension  The central government of Morales is conducting talks with governors of largely white provinces in the east who want autonomy Sep.21   Argentina Argentina beat Russia in Davis Coup Sep.22   Colombia     Colombia seizes 'key Farc data'  Colombian officials have scored another success against Marxist rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia Sep.23   Beijing     Venezuelan president arrives in China  Hugo Chavez arrived in Beijing to meet with top Chinese officials and to discuss the possibility of buying weapons Sep.25   Venezuela     Russia shows off military for U.S.  Expert: Russia is displaying its military power in America's back yard, sending a convoy of warships to Venezuela for joint naval exercises Sep.26   Moscow     Chavez reaffirms Russia alliance Map of Orenburg Russia  In his second visit to Russia in as many months, Venezuelan President met with counterpart Dmitry Medvedev   Argentina   Argentina grapples with fierce drought Map of Santa Fe Argentina  This year fewer than 200 millimeters of rain have fallen, less than a third of the 600 millimeters that usually have fallen by this time Sep.28   Ecuador   Correa heads toward charter win
  Ecuadorans approved a new constitution that would significantly expand leftist President's powers and allow him to run for 2 more terms
  Venezuela     Chavez interested in Russian nuke help  President Chavez at a rally, followed a trip to Russia, said he was interested in working with Russia to develop a civilian nuclear power program Sep.29   Brazil   Brazil government 'worst logger'  The government has been named as the worst illegal logger of Amazon forests by its own Environment Ministry



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Latin America
Venezuela to expel U.S. ambassador
'State of siege' declared
Move to tackle Bolivian turmoil
Morales struggling to control Bolivia
Morales attends crisis summit on Bolivia
Governor arressted after 30 killed
Opposition agrees to talks
Paraguay, Brazil discuss energy treaty
Correa heads toward charter win
Venezuela plans Russia navy visit
Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline
2 Russian bombers land in Venezuela
Deadly clashes strike Bolivia's east
Colombia seizes 'key Farc data'
Russia shows off military for U.S.
Chavez interested in Russian nuke help
Chanderpaul named Cricketer of the Year
Argentina beat Russia in Davis Coup
Argentina endorses $3B Andes tunnel
Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline
Paraguay, Brazil discuss energy treaty
Bolivia
'State of siege' declared
Morales struggling to control Bolivia
Governor arressted after 30 killed
Opposition agrees to talks
Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline
Deadly clashes strike Bolivia's east
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Anti-Morales insurgents threaten pipeline
Venezuela
Venezuela to expel U.S. ambassador
Rights group slams Chavez
Venezuela plans Russia navy visit
2 Russian bombers land in Venezuela
Russia shows off military for U.S.
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Europe
Norway joins fight to save Amazon
Chavez reaffirms Russia alliance
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Massa wins GP as Hamilton demoted
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Argentina Your ad is here Your ad is here
Argentina beat Russia in Davis Coup
Argentina endorses $3B Andes tunnel
Chile
Move to tackle Bolivian turmoil
Morales attends crisis summit on Bolivia
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USA
Washington expels Bolivian envoy
US sanctions Venezuela officials
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Brazil
Paraguay, Brazil discuss energy treaty
Brazil government 'worst logger'
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Paraguay, Brazil discuss energy treaty
Pando
'State of siege' declared
Deadly clashes strike Bolivia's east
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