Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is planning legal action against the Spanish newspaper El Pais for publishing a “false photo” of him on its front page.
The paper’s bosses have now apologised.
They thought had a scoop as Chavez, who is undergoing cancer treatment, has not been seen for several weeks. But the photo was not of him.
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