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Killings of Venezuela Security Forces On the Rise Amid Crisis

TODAY VENZUELA – A bloodstained weekend marked the latest chapter in a year of increased violence against Venezuela’s security forces, a trend that is expected to continue as the country’s political and economic crisis deepens. According to Venezuela’s Foundation for Due Process (Fundación para el Debido Proceso – Fundepro), 163 police officers, military officials...

Venezuela blasts “U.S. re-colonization plan” in Latin America

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) delivers a speech during a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, on June 1, 2016. The governing left-wing alliance in Venezuela, known as the Great Patriotic Pole, denounced a “U.S. re-colonization plan” in Latin America on Monday. “Faced with this...

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) Some analysts have predicted a popular uprising in Venezuela that could eventually topple the corrupt regime of...

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 paying attention to the news in Latin American can see that Venezuela’s Maduro–Cabello administration is soon to be no more, as it is headed...



Venezuela: Food and Medicine Shortages are a Government Policy

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Empty shelves are commonplace in Venezuela (Panampost.com) – Even with the collapse of the price of oil, Venezuela’s total export revenue this year will yield a similar amount to Peru’s total...

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Medicines shortage continues in Venezuela

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  (Q24N) Antibiotics, contraceptives, antihypertensive, oncological and antiretroviral drugs are some of the medicines still in short supply in Venezuela. The Venezuelan Pharmaceutical Federation reported that in April 85% of basic medicines were unavailable, while the Venezuelan Medical Federation informed that hospitals nationwide lack 5% of consumables...

New state of emergency threatens to restrict political liberties

Constitutionalist attorney José Vicente Haro warned that the new decree on state of economic emergency signed by Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro expands the restriction of constitutional rights and liberties to the political sphere In...

Venezuela: A Prepper’s Nightmare Come to Life

Two years ago, Venezuela was a normal functioning nation, relatively speaking of course. It was by no means a free country, but the people still had a standard of living that was higher than most developing nations. Venezuelans could...

Why Venezuela is More Like Syria than Cuba

In September I published “What is Venezuela’s Exit Strategy,” a rambling piece on the limits of democracy in Latin American history, especially in the wake of economic crises. And my main point was that, whether Venezuela implements...



Venezuela’s State of Emergency: President Nicolas Maduro issued the declaration amid economic meltdown

An opposition supporter reacts in front of Venezuelan National Guards in a rally to demand a referendum to remove President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, May 11, 2016. REUTERS/Marco Bello     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY      - RTX2DVSA

An opposition supporter reacts in front of Venezuelan National Guards in a rally to demand a referendum to remove President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, May 11, 2016. REUTERS/Marco Bello TPX IMAGES...

Lives Cut Short

60 homicides of children and adolescents have been unofficially recorded so far this year in the Greater Caracas area. Photo Joel Aranguren, El Universal

60 homicides of children and adolescents have been unofficially recorded so far this year in the Greater Caracas area. Photo Joel Aranguren, El Universal TODAY VENEZUELA – Luis Hernandez was a 13-year...

Non-working days extended for two weeks in Venezuela

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Governor of north-central Aragua state Tarek El Aissami said public services are secured TODAY VENEZUELA- The Venezuelan government extended non-working days for two more weeks, a move aimed at stopping...

What Happens in Venezuela after Maduro Steps Down?

There seems to be no doubt Maduro is on his way out (NTN)

There seems to be no doubt Maduro is on his way out (NTN) TODAY inVENZUELA – International rumors surrounding Nicolas Maduro’s have been talked about extensively of late, but everyone has forgotten...

Capriles: Inflation in Venezuela may hit 600%

Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles said inflation in the country exceeded 20% last month

Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles said inflation in the country exceeded 20% last month TODAY VENEZUELA – Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles said that inflation in Venezuela as of March...

Venezuela Declares April 18 ‘Non-Working’ Day

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TODAY VENEZUELA – To alleviate the power crisis the country is facing, President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday informed that April 18 will be a non-working day for the public sector and schools nationwide. Also...