Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez died on Tuesday after a two-year bout with cancer, a 14-year rule, three elections, and one coup attempt. The controversial leader, famous for his anti-imperialist rhetoric and policies, galvanized his nation's poor and antagonized both neighbors and overseas powers.
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