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Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Dies

March 05, 2013
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After a two-year battle with cancer, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez has died at the age of 58. The news was delivered by Vice President Nicolás Maduro, who said, "It’s a moment of deep pain."

See our interviews with Hugo Chávez below and in-depth look at related coverage.

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Part 2: Venezuela’s President Chávez Offers Cheap Oil to the Poor...of the United States

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Click here to see much more coverage of Hugo Chávez on Democracy Now!


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