CARACAS, Wednesday February 27, 2008 | Update
A group of hooded men and people who said to be followers
of President Hugo Chávez's government Wednesday took
over the Caracas Archbishop's Palace, downtown Caracas.
The group broke into the building where Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino has his office and expelled the office staff.
Some of the demonstrators were wearing red t-shirts, black berets and t-shirts bearing pictures of Che Guevara.
Spokespersons for the Venezuelan Bishops' Conference (CEV) claimed that the group broke into the palace "in a violent manner," local news television channel Globovisión reported.
10:07 AM. DIPLOMACY. Admired by the Colombian guerrilla after his coup attempt in 1992, the then lieutenant colonel Hugo Chávez Frías received financial support by the Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) for his projects after his capture that year. This mostly explains the relationship and "debt" between the parties, as revealed by a paper of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) of the United Kingdom.