Dive in, the water’s fine

September 22, 2010

Special reports are the best of the best from Reuters, and this is the place to find them. We’ll be featuring investigative stories, in-depth profiles and long-form narrative stories here.

Reuters has a global Enteprise Reporting team with editors in New York, London and Singapore, drawing on the work of some 2,900 journalists in 200 bureaus around the world.


To kick it off, take a look at this story from Frank Jack Daniel in Caracas. Venezuelans will elect a new parliament on Sunday and the opposition is hoping to make a dent in President Hugo Chavez’s power.

Chavez has dominated politics for more than a decade — as one opposition figure put it: “In Venezuela, you have to win elections like David beat Goliath.” FULL STORY

We’ll have more on Latin America tomorrow with a profile of Dilma Rousseff, the frontrunner in Brazil’s presidential elections.

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