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    Kirchner Targets Argentina's Judiciary

    One million Argentines turned out in Buenos Aires to protest the presidenta's power grab.

    By Mary Anastasia O'Grady

    A video of the Venezuelan minister of penitentiaries at a Tuesday news conference in Caracas went viral within hours, and not because it is pleasant to watch. Rather it is proof that less than a week after being designated Hugo Chávez's successor, Nicolás Maduro is tightening the authoritarian grip of the 14-year-old military government.

    Minister Iris Varela has decided that opposition presidential candidate Henrique Capriles is responsible for the post-election violence in the capital. Mr. Capriles "is the...

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