Edition:
United States

Special Report: Chavez's oil-fed fund obscures Venezuela money trail

Photographer
JORGE SILVA

A Sukhoi Su-30 plane from the Venezuelan Air Force take part in a military parade to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Venezuela's independence in Caracas in this April 19, 2010 file photo. The site of what may someday be Venezuela’s first newsprint factory today consists of little more than two warehouses, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/Jorge...more

A Sukhoi Su-30 plane from the Venezuelan Air Force take part in a military parade to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Venezuela's independence in Caracas in this April 19, 2010 file photo. The site of what may someday be Venezuela’s first newsprint factory today consists of little more than two warehouses, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
Close
1 / 7
Photographer
STRINGER

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. The site of what may someday be Venezuela’s first newsprint factory today consists of little more than two warehouses, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/German Dam

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. The site of what may someday be Venezuela’s first newsprint factory today consists of little more than two warehouses, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/German Dam
Close
2 / 7
Photographer
STRINGER

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. The site of what may someday be Venezuela’s first newsprint factory today consists of little more than two warehouses, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/German Dam

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. The site of what may someday be Venezuela’s first newsprint factory today consists of little more than two warehouses, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/German Dam
Close
3 / 7
Photographer
JORGE SILVA

Two Sukhoi Su-30 planes from the Venezuelan Air Force take part in a military parade to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Venezuela's independence in Caracas in this April 19, 2010 file photo. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files

Two Sukhoi Su-30 planes from the Venezuelan Air Force take part in a military parade to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Venezuela's independence in Caracas in this April 19, 2010 file photo. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
Close
4 / 7
Photographer
STRINGER

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. REUTERS/German Dam

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. REUTERS/German Dam
Close
5 / 7
Photographer
STRINGER

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. REUTERS/German Dam

The construction site of Pulpaca factory is seen in the southeastern state of Anzoategui September 6, 2012. REUTERS/German Dam
Close
6 / 7
Photographer
EDWIN MONTILVA

Aerial view of the construction of the third bridge over the Orinoco River is shown in this June 21, 2011 file photo. The bridge will connect the states of Guarico (north) and Bolivar (south), and the small cities of Cabruta and Caicara. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva/Files

Aerial view of the construction of the third bridge over the Orinoco River is shown in this June 21, 2011 file photo. The bridge will connect the states of Guarico (north) and Bolivar (south), and the small cities of Cabruta and Caicara. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva/Files
Close
7 / 7

All Collections

Carnival around the world

8:10pm EST

All Collections

Milan Fashion Week

6:25pm EST

All Collections

Famine strikes South Sudan

4:50pm EST

All Collections

Inside CPAC

4:25pm EST

All Collections

Fleeing Islamic State with livestock

11:10am EST

All Collections

South African mobs attack immigrants

10:05am EST

All Collections

Photos of the week

8:20am EST

All Collections

Who has nukes?

Thursday, February 23, 2017