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The capture of a key member of the Islamic militant group Hezbollah in Paraguay last month and intensified leftist activity in the Triborder zone of Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina highlight renewed threats in a region long considered a hub for terrorists.
On Wednesday afternoon at the National Press Club, The Washington Times conducted an interview with the film-making team of the Hugo Chavez documentary "South of the Border": director Oliver Stone and writers Mark Weisbrot and Tariq Ali.
The last thing they heard was the piercing whistle of an oncoming train in Spain. Moments later, dozens of mostly Latin American immigrants who crossed the tracks instead of using an underground passageway to reach a beach party in this seaside resort were dead or injured.
More than 30 volunteers were raped or sexually assaulted last year while hundreds of others were attacked, robbed, burglarized or threatened, bolstering criticism that the agency has failed to provide "a consistent and complete safety and security program."
Not only did 11-year-old Akshay Rajagopal know that Cochabamba was a city in Bolivia, he also didn´t stumble when National Geographic Bee host Alex Trebek referred to it as the South American nation´s third-largest conurbation (a large, densely populated urban area).
WASHINGTON (AP) — Quick: Cochabamba is the third-largest conurbation in what country?
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia — Iran plans to set up a television network and has signed joint projects worth $1 billion with Bolivia — efforts that reflect a growing relationship between the two energy-rich nations that share a common hostility to the United States.