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Thursday 24 August 2017

In Venezuela, Nazi-Like Tactics Prevent Popular Uprising

Behind its democratic facade, Maduro’s regime in Venezuela controls the population with authoritarian measures. (La Patilla) TODAY VENEZUELA (PANAMPOST)...

Eight Signs that Show the End of Venezuela’s Regime Is Near

Closed roads in Caracas come in response to domestic gas shortages. (Runrun.es) (by By Ángel Oropeza Z. Panampost.com) Anyone...

Venezuela: Food and Medicine Shortages are a Government Policy

Empty shelves are commonplace in Venezuela (Panampost.com) – Even with the collapse of the price of oil, Venezuela’s total...

Sugar shortage cuts Coca-Cola production in Venezuela

(Q24N) A sugar shortage has forced Coca-Cola to stop producing soft drinks in Venezuela amid an escalating food...

Venezuela, where a hamburger is officially $170

Sign says “no bread” (pan salado in Spanish) Caracas (AFP) – If a visitor to Venezuela is unfortunate enough...

Venezuela: New state of emergency threatens to restrict political liberties

TODAY VENEZUELA - José Vicente Haro, a constitutionalist attorney and professor of the Central University of Venezuela (UCV)...

Why Venezuela is More Like Syria than Cuba

TODAY VENEZUELA via Expat-Chronicles  - In September I published “What is Venezuela’s Exit Strategy,” a rambling piece on...

Venezuela’s State of Emergency

TODAY VENEZUELA - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro imposed a 60-day state of emergency Friday night (May 13, 2016),...

Lives Cut Short

(Q24N) VENEZUELA - Luis Hernandez was a 13-year old seventh grader living in Petare, one of the many...

What Happens in Venezuela after Maduro Steps Down?

TODAY inVENZUELA - International rumors surrounding Nicolas Maduro’s have been talked about extensively of late, but everyone has...

Venezuela Declares April 18 ‘Non-working’ Day

TODAY VENEZUELA - To alleviate the power crisis the country is facing, President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday informed...

Marches Reflect Venezuelan Rejection to Decree of United States

(Prensa Latina) The rejection of the decision of US President Barack Obama to extend one more year the...

Love in times of scarcity

TODAY VENZUELA - Over the last two years Venezuelans have become acquainted with the concept of "scarcity." The...

Report Sketches Venezuela’s Organized Crime Landscape

TODAY VENEZUELA - A new report offers insights into where organized crime is most concentrated in Venezuela, but...

Carcas (Venezuela) Record 3,414 Murders in 2015

TODAY VENEZUELA (El Universal) According to figures disclosed by Venezuelan security authorities, murders have spiraled upward in the...

Venezuela Government Asks Malls To Close To Save on Electricity

TODAY VENEZUELA- Shops in malls across Venezuela will be going dark, closing their doors to shoppers early to...

Venezuela: Lifestyle in Revolution

TODAY VENEZUELA - An editorial published in El Universal, Wednesday, February 10, 2016: Fidel Castro said crystal clear that...

Report Reveals How Venezuela Gangs Control Their Turf

TODAY VENEZUELA - A recent report sheds light on the level of control that some Venezuelan gangs wield...

Venezuelan Crime Wave Forces American Expats To Hunker Down

TODAY VENEZUELA - John Pate used to drive around Caracas in a bullet-proof Volkswagen. As an American expat...

Venezuela is on the brink of a complete economic collapse

TODAY VENEZUELA | From the Washington Post: The only question now is whether Venezuela’s government or economy will...

Venezuela Defense Minister Says Legislators Need a Lesson On Morals

  TODAY VENEZUELA - Minister of Defense Vladimir Padrino López rejected on Thursday the actions of the new board...

Venezuela’s President aims to guide Venezuela to a productive model in three years

Q24N - Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said on Tuesday he is on the alert for any possible attempts...

Timeline: Venezuela’s Chavez Era

TODAY VENEZUELA by CFR Multimedia Team - Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez took office in 1999 on a populist...

Latin American Ex-Presidents: “There Was A Clear, Convincing Victory”

TODAY VENEZUELA - The six former Latin American presidents invited by the opposition coalition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD)...

Venezuela: Opposition Wins, Voter Turnout 74%

TODAY VENEZUELA- President of the National Electoral Council (CNE) Tibisay Lucena informed on Monday early morning that the...

Venezuela Rejects Statements of US Spokesman

Q24N - (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodríguez rejected statements by State Department spokesman John Kirby in...

Venezuelan FM: The US “buys off” public prosecutors in LatAm

TODAY VENEZUELA - "The way the US blackmails, threatens, and buys off public prosecutors in Latin America to...

What’s Behind Grenade Attacks Against Venezuela Police?

TODAY VENEZUELA - Over 100 police officers have been killed just in Caracas so far in 2015. However,...

Leopoldo López: “I’m Freer than Ever, Fighting for Our Future”

TODAY VENEZUELA - “I don’t regret at all the decision I made. Great causes require great sacrifices,” Venezuelan...

Colombia and Venezuela: The Border Dispute Over the Gulf

TODAY COLOMBIA - A long standing border dispute between Colombia and Venezuela over the area known as the...

Venezuelans Launch Mises Institute to Take Down Chavismo

Even in the face of tremendous adversity, Venezuelan activists are not giving up. In order to counter the official...

Venezuela will not default in 2015, Says Expert

(TODAY VENEZUELA) - "Venezuela does not look like defaulting in 2015," said José Ignacio Guarino, a professor in...

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials discovered 60 migrants from Central America packed into a frozen food truck at a South Texas border checkpoint. A...

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  In the mid-1990s, 1,000 truckloads of orange peels and orange pulp were purposefully unloaded onto a barren pasture in a Costa Rican national park....

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Totalitarian states such as North Korea or Cuba create a social framework in which our choices of actions are constrained, thus thwarting our opportunity...

Panamanian Governma Announces Visa Requirement for Venezuelans

(TODAY PANAMA) Panama announced this week that refugees fleeing Venezuela must have a stamped visa to enter the country. President Juan Carlos Varela released a...

Criticizing Nicolás Maduro’s regime may soon become a crime in Venezuela

(TODAY VENEZUELA) Criticizing Nicolás Maduro’s regime in Venezuela online may soon become a crime there. The new Constituent Assembly, which Maduro implemented unconstitutionally to...

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Q COSTA RICA - 74 homicides in the last 34 days, for an average of 2 murders per day, according to statistics from the...

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