Guy Taylor

International Editor for World Politics Watch

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American journalist in Venezuela on a grant from the Pulitzer Center; International Editor for World Politics Watch

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In December, 2001,  David Hicks  was captured while attempting to flee Afghanistan in a taxi.

David Hicks Enters Surprise Guilty Plea at Guantanamo Bay

In December, 2001, David Hicks was captured while attempting to flee Afghanistan in a taxi.

from To the Point

A  new president  was sworn into office today in Mexico, after much uncertainty after a disputed election. On Sunday,  President Hugo Chavez  is running for re-election in Venezuela.

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, Saint or Dictator?

A new president was sworn into office today in Mexico, after much uncertainty after a disputed election. On Sunday, President Hugo Chavez is running for re-election in Venezuela.

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