April 29, 2006

From left: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, Cuba's President Fidel Castro listen as Bolivia's President Evo Morales smiles at the Plaza of Revolution in Havana on April 29, 2006. Bolivia's new left-leaning president strenghthen his government's ties with Cuba and Venezuela, forming a bloc that rejects U.S.-backed free trade and promises a socialist version of regional commerce and cooperation.

( AP/ Javier Galeano / July 26, 2012 )

From left: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, Cuba's President Fidel Castro listen as Bolivia's President Evo Morales smiles at the Plaza of Revolution in Havana on April 29, 2006. Bolivia's new left-leaning president strenghthen his government's ties with Cuba and Venezuela, forming a bloc that rejects U.S.-backed free trade and promises a socialist version of regional commerce and cooperation.

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