Showing posts with label venezuelan news. Show all posts
Showing posts with label venezuelan news. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Venezuelan pin-up Aída Yéspica shows she is still at her beauty queen best as she slips her dangerous curves into a tiny bikini

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Aída Yéspica
She made quite the impression when she competed in Miss Venezuela just under a decade ago.

But Aída Yéspica showed that she's still got the body of a beauty queen as she hit the beach in Miami.

The 29-year-old former Miss Amazonas flaunted her dangerous curves in a tiny orange bikini.

Tanned and toned she looked at her prize winning best with not an inch to pinch on the South American model.

The brunette beauty enjoyed some time with her three-year-old son Aron Ferrari.

The toddlers father is her former boyfriend, footballer Matteo Ferrari.

Although she never won the Miss Venezuela 2002 contest, her figure left a lasting impression with the press.

Aida is a big star in Italy where she has graced the covers of Maxim and GQ.

In addition to her relationship with Matteo, she has been romantically linked to footballer Adrian Mutu.

Ex Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi reportedly once told her: 'With you I'd go anywhere.

News by Dailymail

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Hugo Chavez: the U.S. and the EU "infiltrate terrorists" in Syria

Hugo Chavez
AFP - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Sunday slammed the attitude in the Syrian crisis of the United States and the European Union, which he said "redouble their offensive against Syria" and "infiltrate terrorists" there. Chavez made the remarks during a speech to several thousand supporters gathered in central Caracas. Was the first time taking part in such a public gathering since he was treated for cancer. "The United States and its European allies redouble their offensive against Syria, infiltrate terrorists to generate violence, blood and death, as they have done in Libya earlier this year," he told Mr. Chavez, leader of the radical left in Latin America.

"A bombs, they managed not only to overthrow the Libyan government, but also to destroy this country and assassinate Colonel Muammar Gaddafi (...) and now they are Syria," said the Venezuelan president. Chavez, who was a strong support of Colonel Gaddafi, has strongly condemned from the beginning the military operation in western Libya. He described as "killing" the death of Colonel Gaddafi, who died in suspicious circumstances after being captured by rebels after an air strike against its NATO convoy. In Syria, President Bashar al-Assad is facing since mid-March to suppress an uprising that hard. According to the UN, the repression has more than 3,500 dead.

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