Is It Time for Spain to “Return the Favor” to Venezuela?

200 to 300 Venezuelan families are arriving in Spanish airports every week. Virtually all claim that they are there as tourists, and thanks to a liberal visa policy, Venezuelan citizens are allowed a 90...

Caravan Heading North, Possible Trigger for US Intervention in Venezuela?

A caravan of migrants is heading towards the United States. They are willing to disregard the rule of law. They wave banners, as if they were an army participating in some type of military...

Venezuelan women turn to prostitution in Colombia feed the family back home

Calamar, Colombia. Out Of Options, Venezuelan exiles turn to prostitution to feed their families. Back in Venezuela, they were teachers, police officers and newspaper carriers, but were forced to flee their homeland in search...

Venezuelan Parliament Holds Mourning Ceremony for Deceased Opposition Politician

Venezuela's opposition National Assembly changed its agenda on Tuesday to hold a mourning ceremony for Venezuelan opposition politician Fernando Alban, the councilor of the Venezuelan municipality of Libertador, who earlier died under strange circumstances,...

Venezuela Ditches the Greenback, Switches to Euros and Yuan: Consequences?

Venezuela will switch to international payments in euros or yuan, while the US dollar will cease to be the base currency amid the financial blockade imposed on the country by the administration of US...

Venezuela Declares Ecuador’s Charge D’affaires Persona Non Grata

Charge D'affaires from Ecuador has been declared persona non grata in Venezuela and given 72 hours to leave the country, Ecuador announced on Thursday. "The Venezuelan government can only reject the systematic meddling in its affairs on the part of Ecuador's President...

Expelled Venezuelan Ambassador Leaves Ecuador With Dozens of Refugees

Venezuela’s expelled ambassador to Ecuador on Friday boarded a plane to Caracas that also carried a group of Venezuelan migrants. "Ambassador Carol Delgado bids farewell to Ecuadorians ahead of her return home alongside Venezuelans on...

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Fresh violence erupts in Venezuela

Fresh violence erupts in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, between police and opponents of President Nicolas Maduro.

When China Sneezes, Latin America Gets the Flu

A smelter at the El Teniente mine, which produces 37 percent of Chile’s copper. Credit:Marianela Jarroud/IPSBy Michelle TulloWASHINGTON, May 16 2014 (IPS) China’s massive...

Venezuela sees protests down to hard core, over by July

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's three-month protest movement has dwindled to a hard core of a few hundred violent troublemakers and the unrest should be...

Miss Venezuela murder prime suspect revealed: AWOL soldier charged…

Police believe Adolfo Rico Agreda, leader of a violent gang called 'Los Rapiditos', shot them dead alongside a motorway after trapping them inside their...

Starving Venezuelans pour across the border to Colombia

In his passport photo, Carlos Naranjo Moreno is chubby-faced, a healthy twenty-something from a middle class Venezuelan family in the Andean town of Merida....

More than 2,000 Venezuelans die every year due to HIV

TODAY VENEZUELA NEWS - The latest official statistics about HIV and AIDS in Venezuela disclosed by the Ministry of Health show how wide this...

With oil economy running on fumes, Venezuela 'on the edge of the apocalypse'

Angela Perez, sits in a corner called "Misery Corner" with political graffiti in Spanish that reads, "Chavez lives, the fight continues" in Caracas, Venezuela,...

Venezuela 'clears' protest city

A top Venezuelan military commander says the security forces have retaken control of the streets in the western city of San Cristobal.

Venezuela slums shun protests for community work

CARACAS (Reuters) - Opposition activists in the slums of eastern Caracas hope to unseat President Nicolas Maduro, but not by blocking streets or burning...

Venezuelan Crude Drops To US$35

The Venezuelan crude oil this week (July 22-29) ended at US$35 per barrel, a US$ 2.60 drop from the previous week (July 18-22), when...

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Spain’s New Socialist Government Refuses to Take a Hard Line on Venezuela

The government of Spain appears increasingly prone to display its socialist nature and above all demonstrate its affinity to the regime of Nicolás Maduro. The European country went from having a government that fought...

Venezuela: One of the Worst Cases of Hyperinflation in Human History

Venezuela, the country with the lowest wages in the region and an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, has broken the record for the highest inflation in the Americas, to such an extent that by 2019 hyperinflation...

Venezuela’s Torre David: From Vertical Slum To Ghost Tower

Centro Financiero Confinanzas, also known as Torre de David (the Tower of David), is an unfinished abandoned skyscraper in Venezuela's capital city, Caracas, the third highest building in the country after the twin towers...

Ghost neighborhoods: In Venezuela’s urban slums, “women are the decisive figure”

"You very rarely saw a depressed woman in the neighborhoods. Men, yes, but not women. And this year we have already had three cases of female suicides. The backbone of the barrios is breaking,"...

Venezuela’s Surname Is Diaspora

They sell their houses, cars, motorcycles, household goods, clothes and ornaments – if they have any – even at derisory prices, save up a few dollars, take a bus and, in many cases, for...

In Venezuela, the press is dying a slow death

Of the 134 printed newspapers that circulated in Venezuela five years ago, as of September 2018 there are only 60 left, only half of which are daily newspapers, which have shrunk in size and...

Venezuela Has Lost 13% of its Population in the Mass Exodus from Socialism

Venezuela has lost more than 13% of its population in the wake of the mass wave of migration caused by the so-called “socialism of the 21st century”, which has had dramatic effect on the...

At the United Nations, Discussion of How to Remove Maduro from Office

This week during the General Assembly of the United Nations, Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil, spoke about the urgency of stopping the tragedy suffered by Venezuelans. The president of Peru, Martín Vizcarra, condemned “the rupture of...

Venezuela Oil Industry in Crisis as Rig Count Plummets

Recently, it has become abundantly clear that the number of drills operating in Venezuela has dropped to levels of a country without oil reserves. Our oil industry was once the envy of the region;...

Refugees from Venezuela are fleeing to Latin American cities, not refugee camps

More than 2.3 million Venezuelans – roughly 7 percent of the entire population – have fled the country’s political and economic crisis since 2014, the largest human displacement in Latin America’s history. Earlier this year...

Venezuela Minister Says Chile, Colombia, Mexico May Be Involved in Maduro Attack

Venezuelan Minister of Communications and Information Jorge Rodriguez said that the governments of Chile, Colombia and Mexico could have possibly been involved in the thwarted attempt to assassinate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in August. Rodriguez...

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