Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez said he will undergo another cancer operation in the coming days after doctors found malignant cells during tests in Cuba.
Chavez said in a televised broadcast: "It is necessary for me to have a new intervention in the coming days."
He added that he would return to Havana. The socialist leader had flown back to Venezuela on Friday after the tests in Cuba.
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