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VENEZUELA-POLITICS/GASOLINE
RTS2I5TC
May 17, 2019
A worker goes down from a mango tree outside a state oil company PDVSA's gas station in Caracas, Venezuela...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker goes down from a mango tree outside a state oil company PDVSA's gas station in Caracas
A worker goes down from a mango tree outside a state oil company PDVSA's gas station in Caracas, Venezuela May 17, 2019. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO
RTX6SIM6
April 20, 2019
Central American migrants pick mangoes from a tree as they walk during their journey towards the United...
MAPASTEPEC, Mexico
Central American migrants pick mangoes from a tree as they walk during their journey towards the United...
Central American migrants pick mangoes from a tree as they walk during their journey towards the United States, in Mapastepec, Mexico April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTS1YZUJ
August 27, 2018
A farmer harvests mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed...
Cairo, Egypt
A farmer harvests mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo
A farmer harvests mangoes at a field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTS1YZTQ
August 27, 2018
A farmer walks at a mango field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed...
Cairo, Egypt
A farmer walks at a mango field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo
A farmer walks at a mango field in Al-Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt August 27, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GUDI
June 17, 2016
A worker jumps as he throw an object towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during their...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker jumps as he throw an object towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during their...
A worker jumps as he throw an object towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GUDG
June 17, 2016
A worker holds a wood stick that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker holds a wood stick that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break...
A worker holds a wood stick that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GUD8
June 17, 2016
A mango fruit is seen on a safety shoe that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their...
Caracas, Venezuela
A mango fruit is seen on a safety shoe that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their...
A mango fruit is seen on a safety shoe that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GUD6
June 17, 2016
A worker prepares to throws a security shoe towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker prepares to throws a security shoe towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during...
A worker prepares to throws a security shoe towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during his lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GU8E
June 17, 2016
A worker prepares to throw a safety shoe toward a mango tree to try dislodge fruits during their lunch...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker prepares to throw a safety shoe toward a mango tree to try dislodge fruits during their lunch...
A worker prepares to throw a safety shoe toward a mango tree to try dislodge fruits during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GU8D
June 17, 2016
A worker collects mangos from mango tree after dislodging during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela,...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker collects mangos from mango tree after dislodging during their lunch break in Caracas
A worker collects mangos from mango tree after dislodging during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GU8C
June 17, 2016
Workers collect mangos from mango tree after dislodging during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Workers collect mangos from mango tree after dislodging during their lunch break in Caracas
Workers collect mangos from mango tree after dislodging during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GU78
June 17, 2016
A worker uses a safety shoe to try to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break in Caracas,...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker uses a safety shoe to try to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break in Caracas...
A worker uses a safety shoe to try to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GU74
June 17, 2016
A worker catches a safety shoe that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker catches a safety shoe that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch...
A worker catches a safety shoe that it is used to dislodge fruits from a mango tree during their lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2GU73
June 17, 2016
A worker prepares to throws a security shoe towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker prepares to throws a security shoe towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during...
A worker prepares to throws a security shoe towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits during his lunch break in Caracas, Venezuela, June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGFCG
June 07, 2016
Josue Moreno, 14 , throws a stick towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits in La Fria, Venezuela,...
La Fria, Venezuela
Moreno throws a stick towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits in La Fria
Josue Moreno, 14 , throws a stick towards a mango tree to try to dislodge the fruits in La Fria, Venezuela, June 2, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGFA0
June 07, 2016
A worker uses a plastic container tied to a stick to dislodge mangoes from a tree in Caracas, Venezuela,...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker uses a plastic container tied to a stick to dislodge mangoes from a tree in Caracas
A worker uses a plastic container tied to a stick to dislodge mangoes from a tree in Caracas, Venezuela, June 6, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGF9K
June 07, 2016
A man uses a mesh tied to a stick to try to and dislodge mangoes from a tree in Boca del Grita, Venezuela,...
BOCA DEL GRITA, Venezuela
A man uses a mesh tied to a stick to try to and dislodge mangoes from a tree in Boca del Grita
A man uses a mesh tied to a stick to try to and dislodge mangoes from a tree in Boca del Grita, Venezuela, June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGF5M
June 07, 2016
Men carrying a bucket full of mangoes and a mesh tied to a electrical pipe used to bring down the fruits...
Caracas, Venezuela
Men carrying a bucket full of mangoes and a mesh tied to a electrical pipe used to bring down the fruits...
Men carrying a bucket full of mangoes and a mesh tied to a electrical pipe used to bring down the fruits from the tree, walk on street in Caracas, Venezuela June 6, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGF4Z
June 07, 2016
Josue Moreno, 14, throws a stick towards a mango tree as he tries to dislodge the fruits in La Fria,...
La Fria, Venezuela
Moreno throws a stick towards a mango tree as he tries to dislodge the fruits in La Fria
Josue Moreno, 14, throws a stick towards a mango tree as he tries to dislodge the fruits in La Fria, Venezuela, June 2, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGF4V
June 07, 2016
A man carries a bucket full of mangoes after plucking them from a tree in Caracas, Venezuela, June 6,...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man carries a bucket full of mangoes in Caracas
A man carries a bucket full of mangoes after plucking them from a tree in Caracas, Venezuela, June 6, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTSGF2M
June 07, 2016
A worker holds a bag filled with mangoes after plucking them from a tree in Caracas, Venezuela, June...
Caracas, Venezuela
A worker holds a bag filled with mangoes after plucking them from a tree in Caracas
A worker holds a bag filled with mangoes after plucking them from a tree in Caracas, Venezuela, June 6, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7WL
June 12, 2015
Head chef Ana lights the gas stove in the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
Head chef Ana lights the gas stove in the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas
Head chef Ana lights the gas stove in the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7WJ
June 12, 2015
A waiter carries dishes for diners at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room...
Caracas, Venezuela
A waiter carries dishes for diners at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas
A waiter carries dishes for diners at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7WI
June 12, 2015
Emiliano (L), owner of the restaurant "Ciboulette Prive" and a waiter carry dishes for diners in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Emiliano, owner of the restaurant "Ciboulette Prive" and a waiter carry dishes for diners in Caracas
Emiliano (L), owner of the restaurant "Ciboulette Prive" and a waiter carry dishes for diners in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7W6
June 12, 2015
Glasses filled with filet tartar and aioli stand ready to be served at the kitchen of the "Ciboulette...
Caracas, Venezuela
Glasses filled with filet tartar and aioli stand ready to be served at the kitchen of the "Ciboulette...
Glasses filled with filet tartar and aioli stand ready to be served at the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7W5
June 12, 2015
A waiter serves toasted bread to diners at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room...
Caracas, Venezuela
A waiter serves toasted bread to diners at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas
A waiter serves toasted bread to diners at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7W4
June 12, 2015
Head chef Ana takes ingredients out of the refrigerator at the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Head chef Ana takes ingredients out of the refrigerator at the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas...
Head chef Ana takes ingredients out of the refrigerator at the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7W1
June 12, 2015
Two little clay pots, one filled with pate and the other one with pumpkin, sit on a table with vinyl...
Caracas, Venezuela
Two little clay pots, one filled with pate and the other one with pumpkin, sit on a table with vinyl...
Two little clay pots, one filled with pate and the other one with pumpkin, sit on a table with vinyl records used instead of a table cloth, at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7VX
June 12, 2015
Head chef Ana prepares filet tartar with aioli in the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June...
Caracas, Venezuela
Head chef Ana prepares filet tartar with aioli in the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas
Head chef Ana prepares filet tartar with aioli in the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7VW
June 12, 2015
Emiliano (R), owner of the restaurant "Ciboulette Prive" carries champagne flutes in Caracas June 9,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Emiliano, owner of the restaurant "Ciboulette Prive" carries champagne flutes in Caracas
Emiliano (R), owner of the restaurant "Ciboulette Prive" carries champagne flutes in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7VV
June 12, 2015
A diner looks at food being prepared while paying a visit to the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in...
Caracas, Venezuela
A diner looks at food being prepared while paying a visit to the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in...
A diner looks at food being prepared while paying a visit to the kitchen of the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015.
REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-RESTAURANTS/
RTX1G7VT
June 12, 2015
Head chef Ana prepares confit of piglet to be served with chili jam at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Head chef Ana prepares confit of piglet to be served with chili jam at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas...
Head chef Ana prepares confit of piglet to be served with chili jam at the "Ciboulette Prive" in Caracas June 9, 2015. As with living-room restaurants that flourished in nineties Havana after the fall of its Soviet benefactor, Caracas is seeing a rise in clandestine dining as inventive restaurateurs seek ways to survive economic crisis, corruption and crime. The elegantly-decorated Ciboulette Prive, which opened in October, serves 16 people under a mango tree with retro artwork on the garden wall and vintage vinyl records as place mats. Picture taken June 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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VENEZUELA-ELECTION/FAMILY
RTXYEOH
April 09, 2013
Venezuela's acting President and Presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro (L) and brothers of late President...
Barinas, Venezuela
Venezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro and brothers of late President Hugo Chavez attend a ceremony...
Venezuela's acting President and Presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro (L) and brothers of late President Hugo Chavez attend a ceremony in the state of Barinas, April 2, 2013. Sitting under the shade of mango trees in the childhood backyard of late socialist leader Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro kicked off his election campaign with a sentimental chat with members of the ex-president's family. Brothers of late President Hugo Chavez are (from R) Narciso, Adelis, Argenis, Anibal and Adan (6th R). Picture taken on April 2, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/FAMILY
RTXYEOD
April 09, 2013
Venezuela's acting President and Presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro (2nd R) and his wife Cilia Flores...
Barinas, Venezuela
Venezuela's acting President Maduro and his wife Cilia sit with governor of Barinas Adan Chavez, and...
Venezuela's acting President and Presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro (2nd R) and his wife Cilia Flores (2nd L) sit with brother of late President Hugo Chavez, governor of Barinas Adan Chavez (R), and President Chavez's son-in-law, Venezuela's Vice President Jorge Arreaza, as they attend a ceremony in the state of Barinas, April 2, 2013. Sitting under the shade of mango trees in the childhood backyard of late socialist leader Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro kicked off his election campaign with a sentimental chat with members of the ex-president's family. Picture taken on April 2, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/FAMILY
RTXYEOB
April 09, 2013
Venezuela's acting President and Presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro (C) sits with relatives of late...
Barinas, Venezuela
Venezuela's acting President Maduro sits with relatives of late President Chavez during a ceremony in...
Venezuela's acting President and Presidential candidate Nicolas Maduro (C) sits with relatives of late President Hugo Chavez during a ceremony in the state of Barinas, April 2, 2013. Sitting under the shade of mango trees in the childhood backyard of late socialist leader Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro kicked off his election campaign with a sentimental chat with members of the ex-president's family. Also pictured are brothers of late President Hugo Chavez, (from R) Narciso, Adelis, Argenis, Anibal and Adan (6th R). Picture taken on April 2, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR38832
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR38831
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR38830
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR3882Y
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR3882X
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR3882T
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR3882Q
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos in the state...
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR3882O
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR3882M
September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos in the state...
A campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is seen at a house in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A combination photo shows houses with campaign posters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Los Rastrojos,...
SABANETA, Venezuela
Combo photo of houses with campaign posters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Los Rastrojos, Barinas...
A combination photo shows houses with campaign posters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Los Rastrojos, Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A man is seen in his mechanical garage next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A man is seen in his mechanical garage next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez...
A man is seen in his mechanical garage next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
Children sit under a campaign billboard of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez at his hometown state of Barinas...
SABANETA, Venezuela
Children sit under a campaign billboard of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez at his hometown state of Barinas...
Children sit under a campaign billboard of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez at his hometown state of Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A man works in his mechanical garage in Barinas next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A man works in his mechanical garage in Barinas
A man works in his mechanical garage in Barinas next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A car is seen with a campaign sign of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez in Barinas September 11, 2012....
Barinas, Venezuela
A car is seen with a campaign sign of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez in his hometown city and state...
A car is seen with a campaign sign of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez in Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. The sign reads, "Chavez - heart of my fatherland". Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR38800
September 21, 2012
A man works in his mechanical garage in Barinas next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A man works in his mechanical garage in Barinas next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo...
A man works in his mechanical garage in Barinas next to a campaign poster of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A campaign billboard of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez is seen in Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A campaign billboard of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez is seen in Barinas
A campaign billboard of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez is seen in Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
A woman walks past a door at her house in Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood town of Sabaneta...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A woman walks past a door at her house in Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood town of Sabaneta...
A woman walks past a door at her house in Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood town of Sabaneta in the state of Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
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September 21, 2012
Guillermo Frias, a cousin of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, speaks outside his house in Los Rastrojos...
SABANETA, Venezuela
Guillermo Frias, a cousin of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, speaks outside his house in Los Rastrojos...
Guillermo Frias, a cousin of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, speaks outside his house in Los Rastrojos in the state of Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR387ZV
September 21, 2012
Children stand outside their house at Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood village of Los Rastrojos...
SABANETA, Venezuela
Children stand outside their house at Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood village of Los Rastrojos...
Children stand outside their house at Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood village of Los Rastrojos in the state of Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR387ZO
September 21, 2012
Children stand at a door of their house, which is located in Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's chilhood...
SABANETA, Venezuela
Children stand at a door of their house, which is located in Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's chilhood...
Children stand at a door of their house, which is located in Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's chilhood town of Los Rastrojos, in the state of Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ
RTR387ZL
September 21, 2012
A man sits on a bench at Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood town of Sabaneta in the state of...
SABANETA, Venezuela
A man sits on a bench at Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood town of Sabaneta
A man sits on a bench at Venezuela President Hugo Chavez's childhood town of Sabaneta in the state of Barinas September 11, 2012. To understand why President Hugo Chavez may win yet another election in Venezuela next month, go and sit under the mango trees of Los Rastrojos or Sabaneta. There, in the rural villages of his childhood at the heart of Venezuela's great savannah or "llanos", family and friends pour out tales of a boy whose motor-mouth and popular touch - now mainstays of his rule - were evident early on. Picture taken September 11, 2012. To match Insight VENEZUELA-ELECTION/CHAVEZ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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