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The headlines at Noticias 24 and Globovision, while we are blanketed by another snowstorm here in the NorthEast US.

Continuing my reports on Argentina's Central Bank crisis, Argentina Seizes the Central Bank

Highlights of the Globovision report of yesterday's demonstration, where Caracas's Metropolitan Police fired tear gas, water cannon, and rubber bullets at students who were demonstrating for civil rights

More student demonstrations are scheduled for today; on February 4, 1992, Chavez led a failed military coup against elected president Carlos Andres Perez, and was jailed after surrendering.

The Colombian army takes on the FARC's top guy, Alfonso Cano.

As Hugo Chávez continues to close media outlets, nationalize the economy, and punish demonstrators, he strikes out.

Following Pepe Lobo's inauguration, Mel Zelaya left the country, but promises to return.

Moe Lane comments on the State Of The Union Address

Chavez continues to consolidate power around himself while cracking down on the media and protestors.

Good news: the USNS Comfort; Bad news: Clinton for Haiti Czar?
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