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Maria Colmenares lives in a concrete-block house on a mountainside overlooking the presidential palace in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas. Her story says much about the oil-rich and turbulent Latin American nation. Nishant Dahiya/NPR hide caption

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How Hugo Chavez's Policies Affected Ordinary Venezuelans

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Venezuela's acting president, Nicolas Maduro, fist-bumps a worker of the state-run oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., last month. Maduro faces opposition candidate Henrique Capriles in Sunday's presidential election. Whoever wins will have to tackle the legacy of Chavez's oil programs. Miraflores Presidential Press Office/AP hide caption

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Venezuela's Next Leader Faces Tough Choice On Oil Program

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In director Gilles Bourdos' biopic Renoir, Christa Theret plays Andree Heuschling, who served as a muse for both the aging Impressionist master and his young filmmaker son. Samuel Goldwyn Films hide caption

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Painting 'Renoir' In Finely Detailed Strokes

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