Venezuela Coastal State Could Be Hot New Drug Trafficking Route

Venezuelan authorities seized six major drug shipments during the month of November in the eastern state of Anzoátegui, potentially indicating an increase in drug flow through the coastal area due to gangs seeking alternate...

Venezuela importing 300.000 bpd of refined products to ease fuel shortage

http://en.mercopress.com/2018/12/06/venezuela-importing-300.000-bpd-of-refined-products-to-ease-fuel-shortage Venezuela this month plans to import over 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) of refined products to ease domestic fuel shortages caused by hobbled refineries and need to prioritize exports, according to internal documents, reports...

Venezuela: Chinese Companies Paid Large Bribes to Win Major Infrastructure Bids

Chinese companies paid millions of dollars in bribes in order to win large scale contracts in Venezuela's infrastructure and energy sectors. As if the corruption scandals of the Venezuelan regime that have come to...

Putin Backs Venezuelan Regime, as Maduro Reaches out to Authoritarian Bloc for Support

In a new meeting between Vladimir Putin and Nicolás Maduro, the president of Russia condemned any military attempt to overthrow the dictator of Venezuela. “Of course, we condemn any action that has a clear terrorist...

Venezuela Elections Begin, Thousands of Councilors Up for Election

Municipal elections have begun in Venenzuela at 6:00 a.m. in which about 4,900 councilor's post are up for election, as well as their deputy posts. The National Electoral Council of Venezuela (CNE) announced the opening...

How Hugo Chávez’s Former Bodyguard became a Billionaire in Florida

They lived in total opulence while Venezuela plunged into misery. Alejandro Andrade, 54, went from being the bodyguard of former President Hugo Chávez and National Treasurer of Venezuela to becoming a multimillionaire in Florida,...

Maduro’s New Plan to Dollarize Tourism and Discriminate against Venezuelans

Taking inspiration from Cuba, Nicolás Maduro has recently decided that tourism will now only be only for foreigners or for “well off” Venezuelans, since he announced that the regime will charge in foreign currencies...

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Venezuelan Gov’t Seizes Immigrant-Owned Bakeries

TODAY VENEZUELA - More than 20 closed bakeries, 2 occupied by the government and 4 closed, is the balance that has been left by...

Venezuela file sets off security alarm bells in Trinidad

It has been more than a month and a half since eight Trinidadian Muslims have been detained by Venezuelan authorities under suspicion of terrorist...

If War Comes to Venezuela, Who Would Back the Maduro Regime?

With the triumph of Jair Bolsonaro in Sunday’s Brazilian presidential election, there has been discussion this week of a joint Colombo-Brazilian invasion of Venezuela...

Venezuela president urges re-start of political dialogue

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro urged opposition leaders on Friday to return to political talks intended to stem unrest around the country or face the...

Venezuelan Students Protest by Posting Naked Photos Online

Venezuelan students are protesting against the government and police brutality via a new form of dissent: sharing naked photos of themselves on social media.

Americas overtake Africa as region with most murders

UN report finds nearly 40% of world's murders were committed in Americas in 2012The Americas have overtaken Africa as the region with the most...

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston opens "Jes s Rafael Soto: The Houston Penetrable"

Visitors to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston , this spring and summer will become part of one of the great marvels of contemporary...

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...

Venezuelan 'hero' in fight against leprosy dies

Convit's work toward a vaccine for leprosy helped develop a therapy against the tropical disease leishmaniasis, which kills some 20,000 to 30,000 people annually...

Leprosy doctor dies at the age of 100

Dr. Jacinto Convit Garcia, a Venezuelan physician and scientist, known for developing a vaccine to fight leprosy , as well as fighting different types...

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Elected Constituent Assembly in Venezuela Provoked International Outrage, Not the Illegal Handpicked One in...

https://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/14162The international media and human rights industrial-complex turn a blind eye to Lenin Moreno's power-grab in Ecuador while demonizing Venezuela's far more constitutionally-legitimate National Constituent Assembly. 

Venezuela holds on to Citgo refineries amid legal battle

(AP) Venezuela will hold on to its Citgo refineries in the United States, settling a long-standing dispute that threw ownership of the crisis-wracked country's prized assets into peril as its massive debt mounts. Venezuela on...

UN Approves $9M in Aid for Crisis-stricken Venezuela

(VOANews) The United Nations on Monday announced $9.2 million in health and nutritional aid for crisis-stricken Venezuela, where hunger and preventable disease are soaring amid the collapse of the country's socialist economic system. It...

Venezuela: The Country with the Worst Internet Connectivity in Latin America

In its annual report on online freedom, the NGO Freedom House reported that the government of President Nicolás Maduro blocks websites that are critical of him, subjects journalists to arbitrary detention, and is trying...

Maduro Doesn’t Care That People Call Him a ‘Dictator’

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Wednesday that he was not a 'dictator,' but a 'modest man'. "I don't care that people call me a dictator. Those who say I'm a dictator can go to...

Diosdado Cabello Accuses Gustavo Petro of Seeking Chavista Help

The second most important man in Venezuela, the Chavista powerbroker Diosdado Cabello, recently revealed an inconvenient development for Gustavo Petro in Colombia, but one which has been denounced on several occasions by his opponents:...

Murder rate soars in Venezuela, forcing population to take extreme precautions to stay alive

As if coping with constant food and medicine shortages were not enough for crisis-weary Venezuelans, many live in constant fear in a country where three people die violently every hour. The South American nation registered...

If War Comes to Venezuela, Who Would Back the Maduro Regime?

With the triumph of Jair Bolsonaro in Sunday’s Brazilian presidential election, there has been discussion this week of a joint Colombo-Brazilian invasion of Venezuela to remove the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro, and do...

Venezuela in Crisis with Major Gas Shortages as Transport Grinds to Halt

Venezuela, the country with the largest oil reserves in the world, faces a shortage of gasoline of 80%; a situation that has kept all regions of the country on the edge of chaos. Although Venezuela...

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...

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