RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Evo Morales

A collection of news and information related to Evo Morales published by this site and its partners.

Top Evo Morales Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • For NSA leaker Snowden, Venezuela or elsewhere?

    As fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden weighs his asylum options, he should be familiar with the name Luis Posada Carriles. Both Venezuela and Cuba want to get their hands on the 85-year-old Posada, accused of orchestrating the...
  • Pope Francis draws millions to Copacabana beach, exhorts youth

    Pope Francis draws millions to Copacabana beach, exhorts youth
    RIO DE JANEIRO -- Pope Francis, speaking to an estimated 3 million people spread out over Copacabana beach, urged youth on Sunday to become religious disciples to "the fringes of society," indispensable to a reinvigoration of the church. Francis...
  • Snowden adds six countries to his search for asylum

    Snowden adds six countries to his search for asylum
    NSA leaker Edward Snowden has sent out appeals for asylum to six more countries, WikiLeaks reported Friday, in a sign of the marooned fugitive's mounting desperation in the face of international indifference to his plight. Snowden remains trapped in a...
  • Snowden should take Venezuelan asylum offer, Russian official says

    An influential Russian lawmaker on Sunday advised fugitive leaker Edward Snowden to take up Venezuela's offer of asylum, deeming it his "last chance" and cautioning that the leaker of U.S. security secrets can't live at Moscow's airport forever. It...
  • Latin American governments congratulate Chavez win in Venezuela

     
    Governments in Latin America quickly congratulated Hugo Chavez on his reelection Sunday as president of Venezuela, a sign of his convincing win over strong opposition challenger Henrique Capriles....
  • More takes from foreign media on the U.S. election

     
    Earlier Wednesday, the Times rounded up some early reactions and reflections from abroad on the U.S. presidential campaign. As foreign media continue to mull over the reelection of President Barack Obama, here’s more of the coverage from...
  • Edward Snowden desperately seeking asylum: Habla español, Edward?

    Edward Snowden desperately seeking asylum: <i>Habla espa&ntilde;ol</i>, Edward?
    I used to be intrigued by Edward Snowden, the NSA leaker who did the country a favor by revealing proof of the government’s intrusive domestic spying program. Now, I am starting to feel a little sorry for the guy, a fugitive who has become a...
  • Maduro ofrece asilo humanitario a Snowden

    Maduro ofrece asilo humanitario a Snowden
    El presidente de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, ofreció "asilo humanitario" al extécnico de la CIA Edward Snowden con acusaciones a Estados Unidos de "desatar la locura" y la "persecución" tras el incidente sufrido esta semana en el viaje de regreso a su país...
  • Gas for 37 cents? Why fuel costs more or less elsewhere

     
    Nigerian oil prices. Why oil price vary so much among countries....
  • Chavez holds parade to commemorate 1992 overthrow attempt

     
    Despite criticism that celebrating an overthrow attempt was inappropriate, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez on Saturday commemorated his abortive 1992 coup with a military parade...
  • Bolivian marchers trek hundreds of miles to protest road -- again

     
    Bolivia is undergoing déjà vu as a band of marchers treks from the balmy east to the dizzying heights of La Paz, hoping to stop the government from building a highway through a pristine national forest -- exactly like they did last year. Roughly 300...
  • New cables reveal frank U.S. views on Latin America, from Argentina to Venezuela

     
    The global fall-out over the leaked U.S. diplomatic cables continues to trickle into Latin America, where leaders are responding to a variety of disclosures that reveal frank opinions on governments with whom the United States has sometimes had tense...