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02.03.2014

Dialogue Option In Front of Violence in Venezuela

Dialogue Option In Front of Violence in Venezuela

Caracas, Mar 1 (Prensa Latina) The option of dialogue appear today among the priorities of the Venezuelan government, in response to the violence generated by destabilization groups to promote the disregard of the institution. Brazil Supports Venezuela’s Request to Convene Meeting of Unasur The weekly agenda has… »

24.02.2014

These photos being shared from Venezuela are fake

By Cameron Combs, PolicyMic There have been some powerful images coming out of Venezuela over the past week. Massive anti-government demonstrations have clogged the streets of major cities, and clashes between law enforcement and protesters have resulted in injury and even death. Shocking photos of the violence and… »

26.03.2013

Maduro warns of sabotage plans in Venezuela

Maduro warns of sabotage plans in Venezuela

Venezuela’s acting president has accused political opponents of drawing up plans to sabotage the Latin American country’s electricity grid and disrupt food distribution ahead of the April 14 presidential election. Nicolas Maduro made the remarks during a televised speech on Monday, The Associated Press reported. He did not provide further… »

07.03.2013

Chavez, the good and the evil

Chavez, the good and the evil

The intemperate media killed Hugo Chavez several times and now that it has happened they are taking the opportunity to butcher and eviscerate him to pay him back.  To pay him back for having been concerned for the more than 20 million Venezuelans living below the poverty line at the… »

06.03.2013

To our Venezuelan Brothers and Sisters

To our Venezuelan Brothers and Sisters

On behalf of the NYC chapter of the Humanist Party and the International Federation of Humanist Parties, we would like to send our deepest sympathies and our support on this day of mourning to our Venezuelan brothers and sisters. Mr. Chavez is not dead: his contribution… »

06.03.2013

Venezuela: Chavez is dead, but his revolution goes on

Venezuela: Chavez is dead, but his revolution goes on

Thousands of saddened Venezuelans poured into the streets of Caracas crying, hugging each other and shouting slogans in support of President Hugo Chavez after learning of his death. “I feel such big pain I cannot even speak,” said Yamilina Barrios, a 39-year-old office worker, to the Associated Press. “He was… »

19.02.2013

Chavez returns to Venezuela after two months in Cuba

Chavez returns to Venezuela after two months in Cuba

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has returned to Caracas after more than two months of treatment in Cuba following cancer surgery, and his supporters held street celebrations to welcome him home. Vice President Nicolas Maduro said on the state television network VTV that the 58-year-old socialist leader arrived at 2:30 a.m. »

02.01.2013

Trans Activist, Lawyer, Professor: Tamara Adrián Hernández

Trans Activist, Lawyer, Professor: Tamara Adrián Hernández

Tamara Adrián Hernández is a transsexual activist living in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. However, what actually makes her stand out is her career as a professor in a faculty of law and as an active lawyer. She is a very well-known activist in South America. Not in her own… »

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