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  •  - Presidential candidates are seen before a television debate at the Globo TV studio in Rio de Janeiro

    Presidential candidates are seen before a television debate at the Globo TV studio in Rio de Janeiro

    Posted: 9/30/2010 9:42:28 PM EST
    Presidential candidates Jose Serra (L-R) of Brazilian Social Democratic Party (PSDB), Marina Silva of Green party, Dilma Rousseff of Workers' Party (PT) and Plinio de Arruda Sampaio of the Socialism and Freedom Party (PSOL) are seen before a television debate at the Globo TV studio in Rio de Janeiro September 30, 2010. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - To match Feature VENEZUELA-COMMUNES/

    To match Feature VENEZUELA-COMMUNES/

    Posted: 7/15/2010 11:35:15 PM EST
    An employee sands a piece of wood at the Cacique Tiuna Commune's carpentry workshop in Caracas July 9, 2010. Tucked into forested hills in southwest Caracas, a red-brick housing complex for the poor is a testing ground for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's latest step to build socialism in the Latin American oil producer. The phalanx of simple five-storey apartment blocks, some still being built, anchors the "Cacique Tiuna Commune". This is one of a network of "socialist communes" that Chavez and his supporters want to extend across the nation in their political and legislative offensive to dismantle "bourgeois" capitalism. Picture taken July 9. To match Feature VENEZUELA-COMMUNES/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - Soldiers of Venezuela's National Guard stand inside a branch of Exito supermarket after government officials and supporters occupied the market in Maracaibo

    Soldiers of Venezuela's National Guard stand inside a branch of Exito supermarket after government officials and supporters occupied the market in Maracaibo

    Posted: 1/20/2010 5:22:42 PM EST
    Soldiers of Venezuela's National Guard stand inside a branch of Exito supermarket after government officials and supporters occupied the market in Maracaibo January 20, 2010. Venezuela on Tuesday occupied supermarkets owned by France's Casino, the latest move in a drive toward socialism by President Hugo Chavez, who accused the company of raising prices without good reason after Venezuela sharply devalued its bolivar currency on January 8. The stores will now be operated by the government under the name Comerso, selling food at cheaper prices. REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
  •  - A soldier of Venezuela's National Guard stands inside a branch of Exito supermarket after government officials and supporters occupied the market in Maracaibo

    A soldier of Venezuela's National Guard stands inside a branch of Exito supermarket after government officials and supporters occupied the market in Maracaibo

    Posted: 1/20/2010 5:14:57 PM EST
    A soldier of Venezuela's National Guard stands inside a branch of Exito supermarket after government officials and supporters occupied the market in Maracaibo January 20, 2010. Venezuela on Tuesday occupied supermarkets owned by France's Casino, the latest move in a drive toward socialism by President Hugo Chavez, who accused the company of raising prices without good reason after Venezuela sharply devalued its bolivar currency on January 8. The stores will now be operated by the government under the name Comerso, selling food at cheaper prices. REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
  •  - German President Koehler delivers a speech during a commemoration service for the victims of  national socialism in Berlin

    German President Koehler delivers a speech during a commemoration service for the victims of national socialism in Berlin

    Posted: 1/27/2009 7:42:29 AM EST
    German President Horst Koehler delivers a speech during a commemoration service for the victims of national socialism at the Reichstag building, seat of the German lower house of Parliament Bundestag, in Berlin, January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
  •  - Rabbi Teichtal talks Rose before a commemoration service for the victims of national socialism in Berlin

    Rabbi Teichtal talks Rose before a commemoration service for the victims of national socialism in Berlin

    Posted: 1/27/2009 7:19:03 AM EST
    Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal (L) talks to Romani Rose, German head of the central council of the Sinti and Roma, before a commemoration service for the victims of national socialism at the Reichstag building, seat of the German lower house of Parliament Bundestag, in Berlin, January 27, 2009. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
  •  - Venezuelan President Chavez casts his vote in Caracas

    Venezuelan President Chavez casts his vote in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 8:16:24 PM EST
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez casts his vote in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans voted on Sunday in state elections that test President Hugo Chavez's grip after a decade in power as he seeks to renew his drive toward socialism in the OPEC nation despite falling oil prices. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
  •  - Venezuelan President Chavez speaks to the media after casting his vote in Caracas

    Venezuelan President Chavez speaks to the media after casting his vote in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 8:14:00 PM EST
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaks to the media after casting his vote in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans voted on Sunday in state elections that test President Hugo Chavez's grip after a decade in power as he seeks to renew his drive toward socialism in the OPEC nation despite falling oil prices. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
  •  - Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez drives his car after casting his vote in Caracas

    Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez drives his car after casting his vote in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 5:11:52 PM EST
    Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez drives his car after casting his vote in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans vote Sunday in state elections where Chavez aims to consolidate his grip on the OPEC nation to re-energize his drive toward socialism a year after he suffered a referendum defeat. REUTERS/Alejandro Rustom (VENEZUELA)
  •  - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez greets supporters after casting his vote in Caracas

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez greets supporters after casting his vote in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 1:32:07 PM EST
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez greets supporters after casting his vote in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans vote Sunday in state elections where Chavez aims to consolidate his grip on the OPEC nation to re-energize his drive toward socialism a year after he suffered a referendum defeat. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
  •  - People line up to cast their votes at a polling station in Caracas

    People line up to cast their votes at a polling station in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 10:33:11 AM EST
    People line up to cast their votes at a polling station in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans vote Sunday in state elections where President Hugo Chavez aims to consolidate his grip on the OPEC nation to re-energize his drive toward socialism a year after he suffered a referendum defeat. In the wall a painting President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/Alejandro Rustom (VENEZUELA)
  •  - People line up to cast their votes at a polling station in Caracas

    People line up to cast their votes at a polling station in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 10:21:15 AM EST
    People line up to cast their votes at a polling station in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans vote Sunday in state elections where President Hugo Chavez aims to consolidate his grip on the OPEC nation to re-energize his drive toward socialism a year after he suffered a referendum defeat. REUTERS/Alejandro Rustom (VENEZUELA)
  •  - Venezuelan soldiers help an elderly woman get to the polling station in Caracas

    Venezuelan soldiers help an elderly woman get to the polling station in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 10:18:39 AM EST
    Venezuelan soldiers help an elderly woman get to the polling station in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans vote Sunday in state elections where President Hugo Chavez aims to consolidate his grip on the OPEC nation to re-energize his drive toward socialism a year after he suffered a referendum defeat. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
  •  - People line up to cast votes at a polling station in Caracas

    People line up to cast votes at a polling station in Caracas

    Posted: 11/23/2008 9:16:59 AM EST
    People line up to cast votes at a polling station in Caracas November 23, 2008. Venezuelans voted on Sunday in state elections where President Hugo Chavez aims to consolidate his grip on the OPEC nation to re-energize his drive toward socialism a year after he suffered a referendum defeat. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
  •  - Bolivian president Morales talks with his Libyan counterpart Gaddafi in Benghazi

    Bolivian president Morales talks with his Libyan counterpart Gaddafi in Benghazi

    Posted: 8/31/2008 8:01:57 PM EST
    Bolivian president Evo Morales (L) talks with his Libyan counterpart Muammar Gaddafi in Benghazi, Libya in this picture taken August 30, 2008. Morales praised Gaddafi's philosophy of Islamic socialism on Saturday, the start of a two-day visit which is expected to focus on increased energy cooperation. Picture taken August 30. REUTERS/Agencia Boliviana de Informaciones/Handout (BOLIVIA)
  •  - A young man buys subsidized rice at a government-run food store in Havana

    A young man buys subsidized rice at a government-run food store in Havana

    Posted: 3/26/2008 1:40:30 PM EST
    A young man buys subsidized rice at a government-run food store in Havana March 13, 2008. Since Fidel Castro first handed over power provisionally to his younger brother in July 2006 due to intestinal surgery from which he never fully recovered, calm has descended on Cuba. Officials insist Raul Castro will strive to improve living conditions without adopting the market socialism of China, though some Cuba watchers believe he will have little choice in the long run. Picture taken March 13, 2008 REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
  •  - To match feature ISRAEL-KIBBUTZ/

    To match feature ISRAEL-KIBBUTZ/

    Posted: 3/25/2008 7:59:06 PM EST
    Israeli children walk through Kibbutz Kramim in the Negev desert March 4, 2008. Israelis abandoned the collective farms in droves as socialism fell from favour in the 1980s, urban centres flourished and many kibbutzim sank into debt as they struggled to weather hyperinflation, soaring interest rates and a broader economic crisis. Now, the kibbutz is staging a tentative comeback by embracing privatisation, reform and eco-friendly practices to attract young families looking for an alternative to the daily grind. To match feature ISRAEL-KIBBUTZ/ REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
  •  - A boy walks near the Cuban flag painted on a shack in Havana

    A boy walks near the Cuban flag painted on a shack in Havana

    Posted: 2/25/2008 4:05:27 PM EST
    A boy walks near the Cuban flag painted on a shack in Havana February 25, 2008. Young Cubans frustrated by a regimented and austere life under socialism said on Monday their hopes of change were disappointed by the naming of old guard revolutionaries to run Cuba after Fidel Castro. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
  •  - A gastronomy student offers wine and cigarettes for sale outside a restaurant in Havana

    A gastronomy student offers wine and cigarettes for sale outside a restaurant in Havana

    Posted: 2/25/2008 4:02:49 PM EST
    A gastronomy student offers wine and cigarettes for sale outside a restaurant in Havana February 25, 2008. Young Cubans frustrated by a regimented and austere life under socialism said on Monday their hopes of change were disappointed by the naming of old guard revolutionaries to run Cuba after Fidel Castro. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa (CUBA)
  •  - Rojas and Cornejo, both senators from the Movement Toward Socialism party, pose with Bolivia's hydrocarbons minister Soliz in La Paz

    Rojas and Cornejo, both senators from the Movement Toward Socialism party, pose with Bolivia's hydrocarbons minister Soliz in La Paz

    Posted: 8/24/2006 7:45:45 PM EST
    Felix Rojas (L) and Gaston Cornejo (R), both senators from the Movement Toward Socialism party, pose with Bolivia's hydrocarbons minister Andres Soliz at the Bolivian congress in La Paz August 24, 2006. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA)


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