Caracas

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Synonyms for Caracas

the capital and largest city of Venezuela

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CARACAS, Venezuela (TAP) - Venezuelan President Hugo ChEivez won re-election Sunday night, defeating challenger Henrique Capriles and gaining six more years to cement his legacy and press ahead with his crusade for socialism in the country with the world's largest proven oil reserves.
VENEZUELA Female soldiers march during a military parade commemorating the 20th anniversary of the failed coup attempt by President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, Venezuela. Chavez was an army paratroop commander when he led the failed attempt to topple the government of President Carlos Andres Perez in 1992.
Mitt Romney greets supporters at his Nevada caucus night victory celebration in Las Vegas; Female soldiers march during a military parade commemorating the 20th anniversary of the failed coup attempt by President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, Venezuela; and Fettler Piotr Lichon of New Pro Foundries in West Drayton, West London puts the finishing touches to the Iconic BAFTA Film Award masks ahead of the ceremony later this month
A train operator has been killed and 30 people have been injured after two trains collided in a tunnel outside Caracas, Venezuela.
CARACAS, VENEZUELA, (SANA)-ALBA countries on Friday underlined support to the efforts of President Bashar al-Assad to realize political stability and peace in the region.
Flights depart Sundays from Sao Paulo, arriving in Caracas, Venezuela, then continuing to Aruba.
A daily flight to Caracas, Venezuela was launched by TAM (Bovespa: TAMM4; NYSE: TAM) on 28 September from Tom Jobim International Airport (Galeao) in Rio de Janeiro.
The author, a Roman Catholic priest from Wyoming, moved to one of the poorest barrios of Caracas, Venezuela in 1985.
The conference was held March 17-18, 2007 in The Venezuelan National Society of Sciences, organized by The Venezuelan Committee of Bromeliology in Caracas, Venezuela. Among the very well organized bromeliad stands these were the major winners:
PHOTO BY FRANCESCO SPOTORNO/REUTERS * CARACAS, VENEZUELA
In the heart of the fast-paced city of Caracas, Venezuela, Norali Verenzuela is standing in a garden dressed in jeans and work boots.
As a child growing up in the barrios of west Caracas, Venezuela, during the 1950s, Williams Ochoa heard the elders describe the religious fiestas that took place in the rural provinces.
Ist INTERNATIONAL Caracas, Venezuela October 27-30, 2005