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Nicolás Maduro Moros (born 23 November 1962) is a Venezuelan politician who is the current President of Venezuela.

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A new assembly loyal to President Nicolas Maduro fires Venezuela's attorney general and one of his most vociferous critics, Luisa…
The newly elected Venezuelan legislative body will meet for the first time on Friday, President Nicolas Maduro said
controversial vote would form a new legislative body stacked with supporters from President Nicolas Maduro
President Nicolas Maduro has denounced as “illegal” the new economic sanctions levelled by the US again…
(R) Venezuela is swiftly heading towards dictatorship. President Nicolas Maduro has called a referendum for...
The Venezuela government of President Nicolas Maduro must allow peaceful protests and freedom of…
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President Nicolas Maduro has banned demonstrations, for five days, due to the upcoming Venezuelan nation vote - so much for free speech
In Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro were encouraged with hygiene. The present was toilet paper, soap and toothpas…
Opposition groups in Venezuela say they'll defy a ban on protests announced by the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has provoked international criticism and enraged his political opponents by pushing for a special assem…
Critics of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro are questioning the voter ID method for Sunday's national elections.
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As Venezuelan death toll rises, President Nicolas Maduro bans protests before vote to rewrite the constitution
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Venezuelans marched to the Supreme Court in Caracas to demand embattled President Nicolas Maduro leave office
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro seeks message of ‘peace, rectification’ from Leopoldo Lopez
Grenades are fired at Venezuela's Supreme Court in what President Nicolas Maduro condemns as a failed "terrorist...
VENEZUELAN POLICE attack Supreme Court of the country dropping grenades from a helicopter; President Nicolas Maduro cal…
Helicopter attack on Supreme Court, warns of 'using weapons' if country 'plunges into chaos'…
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says a helicopter has fired on the Supreme Court
President Maduro,Venezuela,threatens his own people with "war"? Nicolas,by ignoring your own people your"war"started already 3 months ago..?
"We would never give up, and what couldn't be done with votes, we would do with weapons." — President Nicolás Maduro h…
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro condemns helicopter attack in Caracas as a "terrorist act" search for the helicopter und…
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Venezuela's president claims terrorists used a helicopter to attack the Supreme Court
Doctors rally in Venezuela in the latest street protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
President Nicolas Maduro accuses his opponents of an "armed insurrection," backed by the United States, his ideo...
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CARACAS: Dressed in white, Venezuelan protesters opposed to President Nicolas Maduro marched in silence in several cities on Saturday (Apr …
CARACAS: Dressed in white, Venezuelan protesters marched in silence on Saturday (Apr 22) to demand the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro, …
Three Dead After Venezuelan Antigovernment Protests Three people have been killed while protesting against President Nicolas Maduro in Vene…
Tens of thousands of Venezuelans march against President Nicolas Maduro
Protesters took to the streets in Venezuela, marching against the dictatorial regime of President Nicolas Maduro.…
Venezuelan anti-government protesters will keep protesting until President Nicolas Maduro gives in to their demands
Venezuelan police have fired teargas and rubber bullets during the second day of protests calling for President Nicolas Maduro's exit
protests: One killed in 'mother of all marches' against President Nicolas Maduro
Opposition protesters return to the streets to hold rally against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro
Venezuelans threw stones at the car of their joke President Nicolas Maduro (yesterday night, San Felix, North Venez…
"Demonstrators accuse President Nicolas Maduro of eroding democracy and moving the country toward dictatorship" -
Angry Venezuelans threw objects at President Nicolas Maduro during a rally on Tuesday
"Protesters say President Nicolas Maduro is inching towards tyranny, and they want him to resign." -…
Venezuela protesters vow to keep up the pressure on President Nicolas Maduro
Demonstrators opposed to President Nicolas Maduro stand up to show of force in Caracas
Caracas (AFP) - Venezuela erupted Monday in a fifth day of violent protests against President Nicolas Maduro as...
Under siege at home, President Nicolas Maduro gets support from regional allies in Cuba ...
Venezuela erupts in fifth day of protests against President Nicolas Maduro
President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela has a starter video for Sr. Donald Trump on how to get along with US's Boliva…
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro wants to kick out CNN for spreading “fake news” .
Venezuela names new mining minister. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro named a new mining minister on Sunday, the latest of several appo…
President Nicolas Maduro has delayed the withdrawal of the 100-bolivar banknote until 2 January.…
Venezuela: President Nicolas Maduro puts demonetisation on hold after protests, looting via
President Nicolas Maduro cancels immediate scrapping of 100-bolivar note, extends its use to January 2
President Nicolas Maduro accused international financial institutions of unfairly persecuting his...
Venezuelan Congress Accuses Maduro of Staging 'Coup': Lawmakers said the opposition-led congress is in open r...
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Venezuelan congress accuses President Nicolas Maduro of staging 'coup'
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A few days before a massive opposition rally is planned, President Nicolas Maduro has his own rally.
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Maduro confident that the Venezuelan people will defeat coup attempt: President Nicolás Maduro urged Ve...
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro gives order to fire public workers who signed petition to recall him
His flock in Venezuela is hungry, so Father Lenin walked 400 miles to Caracas to demand a recall on President Maduro https:/…
Venezuela protests could trigger new stage in political showdown
Government supporters rallied behind President Nicolas Maduro in defiance of the right-wing opposition.
Kerry launches talks with Venezuela -But, backed calls to force President Nicolas Maduro from office.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Thousands of Venezuelans rallied in support of President Nicolas Maduro as regional governments see…
Fresh street rallies were held in Venezuela on Wednesday, as protesters voiced their discontent about President Nicolas Maduro, who they
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Venezuelas opposition leaders say their signatures on a petition for a referendum to oust President Nicolas Maduro have been invalidated.
The Venezuelan opposition claims that 600,000 people have signed a petition for a recall referendum on President Nicolas Maduro.
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.Venezuelan opposition says it will try to legally oust President Nicolas Maduro
Venezuela's political crisis deepens as government vowed to stop center-right opposition from ousting President Nicolas Maduro - DailyStarL…
Venezuela opposition swears in lawmakers barred by court: Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R) receives a ...
President Nicolas Maduro appointed a new cabinet (FT) and replaced his vice president a day after the country’s opposition took control
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has named new economy and finance ministers in a policy change as he tries to counter the country's eco
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro named two university academics to major economic posts in a Cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday that came as…
Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress is pushing for the 'democratic' ousting of President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela's opposition-controlled state legislature on Wednesday swore in three anti-government lawmakers, defying President Nicolas Maduro…
CARACAS (Reuters) - A U.S. ambassador described him as abrasive and arrogant. President Nicolas Maduro called…
Venezuelan president warned that the country is facing a “counter-revolutionary crisis.”
Venezuelan Govt. to set up medical equipment manufacturer in Falcon state: Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro approved on Wednesday...
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Venezuelan reaffirms willingness to build new peace border: Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro reaffirmed on...
As if on cue. Amid the crisis with Colombia, Maduro (like Chavez before him) dreams up assassins:
sandesh: A meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro, during which they will discuss s…
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro extends border closures with Colombia and deploys more troops, in an ongoing bilateral row.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accuses Colombia of plotting his assassination -
Venezuela says signed deal with China for $5 bln loan to boost oil output: President Nicolas Maduro said Venez...
With more than 1,000 people deported by order of President Nicolás Maduro, others are leaving voluntarily rather than fa…
to increase oil production through the next few months with a $5b loan granted by China, said President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday
The South American country will use the loan to boost oil production, President Nicolás Maduro said.
China will loan Venezuela $5B to increase the OPEC country's oil production, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says China has agreed to provide a $5 billion loan to boost oil production.
Chile's President Bachelet's approval numbers are at Nicolas Maduro levels -- just around 24% in August
Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela. Kill innocents. Worse ... It is supported by the President of Brazil Dilma Dousseff!
Venezuela’s acting President Nicolas Maduro is claiming that “a little bird” told him he should lead Venezuela
President Nicolas Maduro said on Monday in denouncing a
President Nicolas Maduro has demanded that neighbouring Guyana stop oil exploration in a disputed offshore territory.
"The recent decree by President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela laying claim to Guyana’s territory is setting the...
President Nicolas Maduro on May 27 issued a decree creating the “Atlantic coast of Venezuela.”
President Nicolas Maduro at the International Congress "Inventing the democracy of the 21st [...]
Ridiculous: At the top of Las Americas Venezuela's government would have used a dual President Nicolas Maduro,.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Ridiculing the U.S. qualification of Venezuela as a security threat, President Nicolas Maduro said on Thursday he may
Maduro Granted Power to Rule by Decree: Venezuela's parliament granted President Nicolas Maduro new powers Sun...
Venezuelan parliament approves law giving President Nicolas Maduro power to legislate by decree for 9 months -
Venezuelan lawmakers grant President Nicolas Maduro new legislative powers
Venezuela's Maduro to govern by decree: The so-called "anti-imperialist" law gives President Nicolas Maduro po...
President Nicolas Maduro lashed out at the U.S. for imposing sanctions on top Venezuelan officials accused of human…
‘I could be PM of Spain’ - Venezuelan leader jokes over Spanish election campaign: President Nicolas Maduro ha...
Mr President : Nicolas Maduro exerts illegally Venezuelan Presidency, due to the fact that he was born in Cucuta, Colombia !!
It is alleged the mayor of Caracas was involved in a coup against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro.
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The mayor of Venezuela's capital is arrested, with President Nicolas Maduro saying he must "answer for his crimes"
The mayor of Venezuela's capital is arrested amid accusations of a coup attempt, with President Nicolas Maduro...
Mayor of Caracas away today by order of the president nicolas maduro. Where are the defenders of human rights?
Europeans - I love Europe, I love Europeans. Where is your voice against illegitimate President Nicolas Maduro as he terrorizes Venezuelans
In live TV address following detainment of Caracas mayor, Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro says nobody is going …
CRISIS in Venezuela: President Nicolas Maduro orders the arrest of Caracas Mayor Leopoldo Lopez, who apparently was planning a COUPE D'ETAT!
Total news blackout in Venezuela since dictator & President Nicolas Maduro is on National TV without saying anything about Mayor's kidnap.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro right now on national TV has not issued any comments on Caracas Mayor kidnapping.
Democratically Elected Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, states a coup was planned by &
Eleven arrested and implicated in plot to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro
A. Hisp.-Soviética: Denunciation of the President Nicolas Maduro on new actions within the framework of the co...
"What is the name of the previous president of your country?" Nicolás Maduro
The Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, orders the takeover of a private supermarket chain by the state food agency.
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Venezuela. Any intelligent President should have the balls to listen to his people. Nicolas Maduro is a dumb *** castro-comunista sin bolas.
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The coup attempt was foiled by patriotic and progressive army of Venezuela that stood firmly with president Nicolas Maduro
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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s is just crazy. He has to be high on PCP. How else is one that paranoid?
VIDEO: statement of the military high command in support to President Nicolas Maduro
Venezuela and the 'common enemy': The United States rejects Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's claim it had...
Nicolas another "oversensitive" president in Latam. Rails against cartoon that mocks shortages in http:…
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s administration seized three dozen stores in a supermarket chain and accused the company of hoarding g…
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Oil Heads for Longest Weekly Losing Streak Since 1986 Amid Glut Oil headed for the longest run of weekly declines since March 1986 as OPEC forecast weaker demand for its crude, adding to signs that a global supply glut that spurred last year’s price collapse may persist. Futures swung between gains and losses in New York and are set for an eighth weekly drop. Demand for oil from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will average 28.8 million barrels a day, the lowest in 12 years, the group said in a report on Jan. 15. Venezuela, one of OPEC’s 12 members, is seeking to coordinate a plan to calm prices, according to President Nicolas Maduro. Oil fell almost 50 percent last year, the most since the 2008 financial crisis, as supplies swelled amid the fastest pace of U.S. production in more than three decades while OPEC resisted calls to cut output. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Societe Generale SA were among banks to reduce their price forecasts this week. “It’s a broader global poker game ...
President Nicolas Maduro is travelling to China to discuss financing as the country's economy sinks into recession.
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HOT100 NEWS . President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela has announced a mandatory fingerprinting system in supermarkets to combat food shortages.
Venezuelan government resigned to allow nation’s President Nicolas Maduro to reshuffle cabinet
Could this be the start of a new desperately needed global financial world order? "...The Next World Order The organization is officially called the ‘Group of 77 and China’, but the alliance actually includes 133 nations. Showing just how much influence they have, their meeting this weekend in Bolivia was opened with a keynote speech by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. In the audience were over 30 heads of state from around the world and official representatives from over 100 more governments. Also illustrating the organization’s growing influence, China isn’t even a member of the G77, but insisted on participating anyway in a show of unity with the globe’s Next World Order. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro participated, telling the gathered nations they had to unite to “fight for fair and sustainable economic growth and for a new world economic order.” Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa went one step further, telling the gathered national leaders and representatives, “Only ...
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[U.S. Senate blocks vote on sanctions on the government of President Nicolas Maduro
President Maduro calls on boosting revolution with people's unity: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called on giving a boost to th...
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Venezuela rejects adverse ruling of vulture funds against Argentina: The President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, on behalf of the Ven...
Maduro demands highest loyalty and discipline to the UBCH: Nicolás Maduro, President of the Republic, on Wednesday demanded a high lo...
Maduro: It’s time to define and tell whether you are with the Revolution: The President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, said it is t...
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Maduro called to fight dissolving forces seeking to colonize back the country: The President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro during t...
Maduro conveys condolence on passing of former President: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro expressed Tuesday...
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Thousands of opposition supporters have demonstrated in Venezuela's capital Caracas to protest against President Nicolas Maduro’s policies.
Venezuela confronts volatile fuel dilemma: A severe economic crisis means President Nicolas Maduro might have no choice but to wind b...
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Maduro: We have experienced a Missions Sunday attending our people with love: The President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro Moros, hi...
Maduro participates in graduation of 3574 Police Service graduates and TSU: The President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, participat...
Death Toll from Venezuela Protests Hits 43: At least 43 people have died in opposition protests against President Nicolas Maduro that...
Likewise, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro used to be a bus conductor before becoming the country's oppressive facist president. Humble origins!
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In Venezuela's funeral industry, a shortage of coffins By Girish Gupta CARACAS, June 16 (Reuters) - Venezuelan funeral homes are struggling to find coffins, with production crimped by a shortage of brass, varnish and satin, complicating the process of burying the dead in one of the world's most murderous countries. Undertakers are borrowing coffins from each other or traveling to Colombia to get hold of them. Some are encouraging customers to have cremations so that coffins, used only for the wake, can be "recycled." President Nicolas Maduro describes the scarcity, which has affected a gamut of products from toilet paper to church wine, as the result of an "economic war" waged by opposition saboteurs seeking to force him out of office. true Critics blame the shortages on a dysfunctional economy centered on price and currency controls enacted more than a decade ago. The undertakers' business is buttressed by spiraling violent crimes that killed at least 11,000 people last year. "If you're an undertaker yo ...
At a time when Venezuela’s record $25 billion in arrears to importers has its citizens waiting hours in line to buy drinking water and crossing borders in search of medicine, President Nicolas Maduro is using the nation’s dwindling supply of dollars to enrich bondholders. Venezuela, which imports just about everything, and its state oil producer have paid $2.8 billion in interest to overseas creditors this year, according to Barclays Plc. Including debt principal, bondholder outlays will balloon to almost $10 billion by year-end, the London-based firm estimates. By putting off the local companies responsible for supplying everything from diapers to cancer medications, Maduro can preserve access to debt markets and protect oil shipments that would be vulnerable to bondholder seizure, said Alejandro Arreaza, an analyst at Barclays. Even if that means fanning the world’s fastest inflation and inflaming protests over shortages that have left at least 42 people dead since February. “The government’s ...
President Nicolas Maduro has alleged plot to oust his government & assassinate him.
President Nicolas Maduro demands US explain role in plot to oust his government and assassinate him!
Coup d'etat and assassination against President Nicolas Maduro engineered by sectors of the opposition with USA support.
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US RESUMES ISSUING VISAS TO VENEZUELA 30 APR 2014: The US Embassy in Venezuela says it will again issue tourist visas for first-time applicants a month after abruptly suspending them. The Caracas embassy says that it remains understaffed, but the arrival of several consular officials and the expectation of more reinforcements has allowed it to open up a limited number of appointments. The embassy in March stopped taking appointments after President Nicolas Maduro's government expelled three consular officials for allegedly helping to spur anti-government protests. The US has dismissed the charges as baseless but said the expulsions and failure by Venezuela to approve entry for newly assigned diplomats has prevented it from keeping pace with demand for visa services. Air Canada suspended flying to Venezuela last month www.JustTravelDeals.ca
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Opponents of President Nicolas Maduro marched in the streets of Caracas, vowing to remain in defiance of a high court ruling limiting protests.
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I must have written to Senators John McCain and Bob Menendez over 4 weeks ago with regards to Venezuela's oppressive regime and their links with other suspect governments... Senator John McCain has just replied with the following e-mail... Now Obama it is your turn, implement these sanctions to a wide range of Venezuelan government officials, including Venezuelans with strong links to the Venezuelan government and interests in the USA. Great stuff John McCain... Mr. Ian Hopkinson Venezuela Venezuela, AZ 01234 Dear Mr. Hopkinson: Thank you for contacting me regarding the recent protests and ongoing struggle for democracy in Venezuela. This is an important topic and I appreciate the opportunity to respond to your concerns. Venezuela’s institutions and economy are in shambles, and government policies established by Hugo Chavez and continued by current President Nicolas Maduro are squarely to blame. High levels of crime, chronic scarcity of food and basic necessities, and rampant inflation have fundament .. ...
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A message from our President Nicolas Maduro, democratically elected The Venezuelan opposition is a terrorist!
VENEZUELA-PROTESTS/ Police fire teargas at anti-government protesters at Altamira square in Caracas March 6, 2014. A Venezuelan soldier and a motorcyclist died in a confused melee sparked by the opposition's barricading of a Caracas street, officials said on Thursday, boosting the death toll from nearly a month of violence to 20. Demonstrators have for weeks staged rallies and set up barricades to demand the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, leading to clashes with security forces and government supporters. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) REUTERS
Venezuela's War of Rhetoric Lands on 'New York Times' Op-Ed Page As protests continue in Venezuela, the war of words between the government and its opposition rages on, now in The New York Times opinion pages, revealing the depth of the rift between the two sides. The paper on Tuesday published an op-ed by Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro calling for "peace and dialogue." A week earlier, one of Venezuela's main opposition leaders, Leopoldo Lopez, wrote his own editorial from prison, also published in the Times, denouncing the country as a "failing state." See also: Colombian Press Sends 52 Tons of Newsprint to Venezuelan Newspapers The dueling op-eds, of course, each stick to a narrative that ignores the complaints of their opponent. Maduro focuses on a narrative of class warfare that calls for peaceful dialogue, without mentioning that his government has jailed some of the opposition. Lopez criticizes the current government without acknowledging any of its merits. Both call for dialogue, but appear t ...
Leopoldo Lopez, the leader of the anti-government opposition to President Nicolas Maduro, rallied students at Kenyon College in Ohio around social causes.
Letter from President Nicolas Maduro on the New York Times. Venezuela: A Call for Peace By NICOLÁS MADURO APRIL 1, 2014 CARACAS, Venezuela — THE recent protests in Venezuela have made international headlines. Much of the foreign media coverage has distorted the reality of my country and the facts surrounding the events. Venezuelans are proud of our democracy. We have built a participatory democratic movement from the grass roots that has ensured that both power and resources are equitably distributed among our people. According to the United Nations, Venezuela has consistently reduced inequality: It now has the lowest income inequality in the region. We have reduced poverty enormously — to 25.4 percent in 2012, on the World Bank’s data, from 49 percent in 1998; in the same period, according to government statistics, extreme poverty diminished to 6 percent from 21 percent. We have created flagship universal health care and education programs, free to our citizens nationwide. We have achieved these f ...
The Venezuelan government is removing city mayors who oppose President Nicolas Maduro's administration. Yeste...
Venezuela accuses Kerry of murder and inciting violence: In a heated rebuke to Kerry, Jaua denounced him as a murderer of the Venezuelan people. "Kerry, we denounce you before the world. You are inciting violence in Venezuela, and we will denounce it in every part of the world. We denounce you as a murderer of the Venezuelan people," Jaua said in Caracas. He added that Venezuela would not back down until the US ordered its “lackeys” in Venezuela to cease their violent activities. "Every time we're about to isolate and reduce the violence, Mr. Kerry comes out with a declaration and immediately the street protests are activated," Jaua said in a speech carried on state TV. He added that the protests had not succeeded, however, in achieving their aim of triggering a coup d’etat in Venezuela. Mass protests have gripped country over the last month with many demonstrations descending into violence and clashes with riot police. At least 28 people have died so far in unrest. President Nicolas Maduro has said ...
Secretary of State John Kerry continues meddling in the internal affairs of Venezuela. Each time he speaks about Venezuelan affairs the fascists in the rich in oil country start with riots and killings. USA must stop undermining the legitimate, constitutional, free elected government of President Nicolas Maduro. Venezuela is not alone!
Venezuela cracks down as protests rage on, death toll now 28: Police in protest-hit Venezuela stepped up a campaign of arrests and raids on Thursday, as authorities said the death toll from more than a month of anti-government demonstrations had risen to 28. President Nicolas Maduro has vowed to take "drastic measures" to quell the student-led protest movement launched on February 4, fueled by public fury over deteriorating living conditions in the oil-rich country. Violent crime, shortages of essential goods like toilet paper and inflation have combined to create the most serious challenge yet for the leftist Maduro, who succeeded the late Hugo Chavez last year. Police on Thursday arrested six people in a pre-dawn raid in the city of Valencia, where two civilians and a police officer were shot dead on Wednesday. Later, about 30 people were detained in the capital Caracas. Authorities seized weapons, plastic explosives and incendiary devices in Valencia, Maduro said, adding that searches were ongoing. He ...
Press TV Venezuelan has been the scene of a wave of anti-government demonstrations since early February. The protests began in early February in the western states of Tachira and Merida and then spread to Caracas started on 12 February. Protesters’ grievances include the longstanding problems of crime and corruption, high inflation and other economic problems such as shortages of basic food items. The protests in Caracas turned deadly when three people were shot by gunmen. President Nicolas Maduro blames the opposition for the security and economic problems. US Vice President Joe Biden says Venezuela's political and social situation is alarming and accuses Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of inventing conspiracies by Washington to distract attention from the South American country's troubles. The Organization of American States (OAS) has, however, supported the government of Venezuela. Twenty-nine OSA states voted in favor of the declaration with only the US, Canada and Panama objecting. The protests ...
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President Nicolas Maduro invited all Venezuelan citizens to take part on events to commemorate a year of the death of
President Nicolas Maduro labelled Venezuelan protest leader Leopoldo Lopez the "political boss of the rightwing fascists."
Venezuelan authorities issued an arrest warrant for a second opposition figure, ramping up the pressure on protesters who have staged nationwide rallies this month in the biggest threat to President Nicolas Maduro since he came to power.
Jailed protest leader scoffed on Friday at President Nicolas Maduro''s efforts to open talks wi…
CARACAS, Venezuela — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is expressing concern about Venezuela’s escalating political crisis and wants to meet with leaders on both sides to help ease tensions in an upcoming trip. Carter made the offer in letters this week to President Nicolas Maduro and o...
US expels Venezuelan diplomats February 25, 2014 5:12 PM President Nicolas Maduro accused US consular officials of conspiring with students who led protests The United States has expelled three Venezuelan diplomats, in response to the expulsion of three of its own consular officials from Caracas. Just over a week ago, Venezuela had accused the expelled Americans of having links with violent groups. President Obama said the claims were baseless and false. At least 13 people have been killed during weeks of protests in Venezuela, although the opposition puts the number of dead at 15. The US State Department said Ignacio Luis Cajal Avalos, Victor Manuel Pisani Azpurua, and Marcos Jose Garcia Figueredo were considered "personae non-gratae" and had 48 hours to leave the country. On 16 February, Venezuela said it was expelling three US diplomats for allegedly meeting students who had been involved in violent marches. But the US State Department soon rejected the accusations in an official press statement, follo ...
Venezuelans stop traffic in anti-government protests Anti-government protesters in Venezuela have erected barricades in the capital, Caracas, BBC reports. They placed burning rubbish and furniture on main roads in an attempt to bar access to the city. Opposition leader Henrique Capriles had earlier asked his supporters not to follow a call for a “national blockade” circulated on social media. The blockades are the latest in a series of opposition protests in which 13 people have died. There have been reports of similar blockades in the cities of Maracaibo and Valencia. Protesters also banged pots and pans in the early hours of the morning to show their opposition to the government of President Nicolas Maduro. They say they will continue with their wave of protests, which started more than two weeks ago, until Maduro resigns. More than 130 people have been injured and an opposition leader, Leopoldo Lopez, has been arrested on charges of inciting violence. The recent unrest started in the western states ...
World News Headlines Venezuela protests flare anew The most sustained unrest in Venezuela for a decade is the biggest challenge to President Nicolas Maduro's 10-month-old government, though there is not sign it will topple him nor affect oil shipments from Latin America's biggest exporter. 7 Egyptian Christians killed execution-style in eastern Libya. 19 killed in Iraq violence Ugandan President Museveni signs anti *** bill Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed a controversial anti *** bill on Monday that has harsh penalties for homosexual sex, AP reported Egypt's govt resigns More than 70% of Russians against interference in Ukraine 11 killed in Indonesia landslides Torrential rains triggered floods and landslides that killed at least 11 people in Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua, AP reported. Piers Morgan to End CNN Show Oldest Holocaust Survivor Dies. Alice Herz-Sommer, a pianist who was born in Prague, lived such an incredible life that she inspired this year's Oscar-nominated film The Lad ...
Sydney Morning HeraldCaracas: Venezuela’s opposition has agreed to meet with President Nicolas Maduro as …read more
United States Secretary of State John Kerry notable quotes: "The government's use of force and judicial intimidation against citizens and political figures, who are exercising a legitimate right to protest, is unacceptable and will only increase the likelihood of violence" (The government) "has confronted peaceful protesters with force and in some cases with armed vigilantes claiming to support the government" "This is not how democracies behave" "The solution to Venezuela's problems can only be found through dialogue with all Venezuelans, engaging in a free exchange of opinions in a climate of mutual respect" President Nicolas Maduro responded with: "John Kerry threatens Venezuela with more violence, with his statements gives the green light to violent groups to attack our people"
Dean Scarpinato shared the following link: the death of Hugo Chavez, think tanks like the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) have been frothing at the mouth, just waiting for it to fall apart at the seams. Just a few days ago, President Nicolas Maduro kicked 3 U.S. officials out of his country and detained the opposition leader, Leopo...
Los Angeles TimesMassive demonstrations by opponents and supporters of President Nicolas Maduro were underway …read more
"MEGAN MCARDLE: Venezuela and Chavez’s Deadly Endgame. As the economy has deteriorated, the government has resorted to dubious stopgaps such as price controls. The price controls have produced more shortages, leading to more stopgaps . . . and more political repression to control complaints about the shortages and stopgaps. People made much of the fact that Chavez won elections — but less of the fact that he won them in the context of government policies that required television stations to broadcast hours of his speeches every week. And that he silenced stations that opposed him. This has only continued to get worse under President Nicolas Maduro. Having shrunk the space for legitimate opposition so far, its only outlet seems to be the streets. They should be dragging him through those streets, soon." --Glenn Reynolds
Hard to get a grip on what's going on in VENEZUELA. Just came across this, by Eva Golinger. Interesting stuff on U.S. funding of youth and student groups. Worth reading, no matter where you stand: Leading efforts to overthrow Chavez were the very same three who today call for their supporters to take to the streets to force current President Nicolas Maduro from power. Leopoldo Lopez and Henrique Capriles were both mayors of two of Caracas’ wealthiest municipalities during the 2002 coup – Chacao and Baruta, while Maria Corina Machado was a close ally of Pedro Carmona, the wealthy businessman who proclaimed himself dictator during Chavez’s brief ouster. Lopez and Machado signed the infamous “Carmona Decree” dissolving Venezuela’s democratic institutions, trashing the constitution. Both Capriles and Lopez were also responsible for persecuting and violently detaining members of Chavez’s government during the coup, including allowing some of them to be publicly beaten, such as Ramon Rodriguez Ch ...
Happening around the World: -Nigeria's central bank governor is suspended after he fell out with the president for alleging that $20bn (£12bn) in oil revenue had gone missing.-BBC News -Robert Mugabe, Africa’s oldest leader and Zimbabwe’s ruler since independence, has turned 90 but high-profile celebrations risk being overshadowed by rumours of ill health and a raging succession battle. -AFP -Brazilian authorities announce a security boost of around 70,000 officers to prevent disruption during the football World Cup starting in June. -BBC News -Documents obtained by the media have revealed the 13 facts which the SA State apparently believes will prove that Oscar Pistorius murdered Reeva Steenkamp. -News24 -Two teenage boys who were arrested in connection with the murder of two Soweto schoolgirls are expected to appear in court, police say.-SAPA -Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has threatened to expel the US news network CNN from the country over its reporting of recent protests there. Mr Maduro ...
Genesis Carmona was elected Miss Tourism for her home state of Carabobo in Venezuela 2013 last May. On Wednesday she died of a gun shot wound to the head that she took for participating in anti-government protests in Valencia, the capital of her state. While most of the world's eyes are on the Ukraine, protests in Venezuela have been raging for over two weeks, taking six lives and spreading throughout the country. The people on the street are demonstrating against shortages of goods, censorship and corruption in the government of Hugo Chavez's successor, President Nicolas Maduro. Venezuelan paper El Universal reported that Carmona had died on Wednesday. Read more:
I am from Venezuela, a country of roughly 29 Million people. Venezuela is located in the North of South America. A country blessed by vast oil reserves, often referred as the biggest oil reserve in the World. Over the last 15 years Venezuela has been ruled by a left wing Authoritarian Government, which has made life almost impossible for every citizen be it poor or rich. Since they took power Venezuela has reached one of the world’s highest inflation rates and one of the highest murder rates. Last year, prices rose 56 percent, and the country recorded nearly 25,000 murders. Necessities products like medicine and food are scarce or non-existent. Two weeks ago thousands of students started a peaceful demonstration against the President Nicolas Maduro and its regime for not having a future or opportunities in their own country, many refusing to leave their native country to look for better opportunities. Many of these students have been arrested and their Human rights have been violated. Confirmed deaths h ...
Civil Rights Suppressed in Venezuela Various cities in Venezuela have been undergoing peacefully protests by students since Tuesday, February 11th, which became violent due to government entities shooting and hitting peaceful protesters, resulting in four dead and multiple hurt to date. President Nicolas Maduro's government kept dozens of student protesters behind bars on Friday as unrest still rumbled across Venezuela following this week's violence at political rallies that killed three. Demonstrators gathered again in various cities, blocking roads and burning tires in some cases, to denounce the repression of protests and make a litany of complaints against Maduro ranging from rampant crime to shortages of basic products. Defying the president's prohibition of demonstrations, about 500 people gathered in Caracas' Altamira Square, a heartland of past opposition protests, to chant slogans and wave banners. Opposition activists say about 150 protesters have been arrested in the last two weeks, most after ...
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Facing criticism in social media for his appearance with President Nicolas Maduro on the day that violent clashes across Venezuela left three dead, Los Angeles Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel has defended his appearance, saying he and colleagues stand for “peace, love and unity.” Dudamel directed the Youth Orchestra of Lara on Wednesday with Maduro in attendance, the same day that violence between student demonstrators and government supporters broke out in several cities, leaving scores injured in addition to the dead. “Our music is the universal language of peace and for that reason we regret yesterday’s events,” Dudamel said in a statement issued late Thursday that referred to the violence and was an apparent response to critics. “With instruments in hand, we say no to violence and an overwhelming yes to peace.” Opposition officials claim the demonstrations called by students to protest high inflation, crime and scarcities turned violent when motorcyclist ...
Gustavo Dudamel Blasted By Critics For Not Speaking Out Against Nicolas Maduro by BY JOSHUA GOODMAN MORE: Dudamel Dudamel Critics Gustavo Dudamel Venezuela Gustado Dudamel Chavez Gustavo Dudamel Maduro Gustavo Dudamel Critics Gustavo Dudamel Latino Voices News CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Classical music wunderkind Gustavo Dudamel is facing the heat in his native Venezuela for not speaking out against embattled President Nicolas Maduro while holding a series of high-profile concerts here this week. Dudamel, the 33-year-old musical director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, on Wednesday led a government-funded youth ensemble in a commemorative concert in downtown Caracas blocks away from where a student was killed hours earlier in anti-government protests. More concerts to celebrate the 39th anniversary of Venezuela's El Sistema musical education program are scheduled this weekend, and Maduro is to meet Friday with American architect Frank Gehry to review plans for a concert hall being built in Dudamel's h . ...
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro brands protest leader 'the face of fascism' - Telegraph
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Venezuelan President Maduro brands protest leader 'the face of fascism'
What's going on in Venezuela? Anti-government protesters have hit the streets of Caracas and other parts of Venezuela in the past few weeks with increasing levels of violence. The Exit is the campaign being run by opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez and the aim is to force President Nicolas Maduro to step down. The President has labelled the protesters as "right wing fascists" and "coup mongers", although they deny they want anything other than legal change at the top. They say government corruption, economic problems and high levels of crime have not been dealt with properly. But it's more complicated than just Lopez versus Maduro, there's other opposition groups, led by Henrique Capriles, who don't support The Exit protests and believe they could do more harm than good.
People are trying to protest against the communist government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Students opposed to Venezuela's government have been killed by paramilitary forces, gangsters and guerilla loyat to President Nicolas Maduro
President Nicolas Maduro attends an event to propose a peace plan in Caracas! Artists and Celebs will transform the plan within communities
Deadly street protests in Caracas go unreported on Venezuelan TV
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Protest against the President Nicolas Maduro and people that supports the president are protesting as well.
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is atacking once again to students
Students opposed to the Venezuelan government started gathering for a march challenging President Nicolas Maduro, two days after another protest erupted in deadly violence.
In Caracas, widespread street protests this week have left three dead, dozens injured, and President Nicolas Maduro's Chavista government looking...
Cuba Condemns Coup Attempt vs. Venezuelan Gov''t Havana,Cuba.-Cuba strongly condemned developing coup attempts against the constitutional government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, and the recent violent incidents that caused deaths and dozens of injures, it was reported in this capital today. According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published in the national press, Cuban authorities also condemned the attacks to public institutions, burning of vehicles, and destruction, organized by fascist groups, as President Nicolas Maduro has denounced to the world. The Cuban government expresses full support to the Bolivarian and Chavista Revolution, and call for the wider international solidarity with the conviction that the Venezuelan people will know to defend their irreversible conquests, the legacy of President Hugo Chavez Frias, and the government he freely and independently elected, led by President Maduro, the statement says. It also states the necessity to remember the events o ...
From the Yuma: The Barrack Hussein Obama gave a news, they request to the illegitimate President Nicolas Maduro to negociate and make a nice, nice gesture. Barf time here in the Yuma, what can we expect from the profe.
"With the highest inflation on earth, rampant violence, declining oil output and a hobbled private sector, Venezuela seems instead to be on a sustainable path to economic ruin." Let's Watch Venezuela Destroy Itself By Raul Gallegos February 13, 2014 Venezuela, a country blessed by vast oil reserves, seems to have an uncanny knack for killing businesses. At least three airlines have grounded flights to and from Venezuela so far this year, in part because the nation's government owed the carriers $3.3 billion in foreign exchange they need to pay operating costs. The government suggested it could pay them with government bonds and cheap fuel, but precious little cash. This should do wonders for getting planes flying again. Carmakers are also in trouble. Toyota Motor Corp. is halting production in Venezuela, while Ford Motor Co. is reducing output. A mere 722 vehicles were sold in a country of almost 29 million people last month. Trade group Cavenez reckons this amounts to an 87 percent drop in sales in one y ...
We told you so Venezuelans years ago: News came during this morning broadcast on Radio La Poderosa 670 in the Am over night 150 students were jailed. The leader Leopoldo Lopez home was broken into by the paramilitary police of the illegitimate President Nicolas Maduro, personal belongings were confiscated, also working materials. The member of the Movimiento Estudiantil Venezolano interviewed stated that they will not negociate or come to an agreement with the dictator nor with any member of the government. The organizers of the resistance, the Movimiento Estudiantil Venezolano will not come to any agreements nor there will be no negotiations. The Movimiento Estudiantil Venezolano is not going to be bullied by these paramilitary thugs,nor going to be threaten by the slave masters in the slaved captive island of Cuba. The Movimeiento Estudiantil Venezolano has an agenda all students are in one page, this is a legit movement that demands freedom of expression and wants all cubans and the Pirates of the Cari ...
President Nicolas Maduro said and I quote "I am not going to allow these actions [referring to the protests] I have clearly instructed the security...
Two students have been killed as peaceful anti-government protests in Venezuela turned violent and demonstrators clashed with police. Around 10,000 protesters took to the streets on Wednesday to march against the policies of President Nicolas Maduro.
Protests against the Venezuelan government left at least three people dead and dozens injured, prompting President Nicolas Maduro to declare he would not fall as he ordered a clamp-down in cities across the country. A student walks past a burnt
CARACAS, Venezuela -- In the wake of civil unrest th at left three dead and scores injured in the Venezuelan capital and other cities on Wednesday, President Nicolas Maduro said he would order the arrest of opposition leaders who he claimed were plotting an overthrow.
At least three people have died in violent protests in the Venezuelan capital, officials have confirmed. President Nicolas Maduro has condemned the unrest as an attempt at a coup d’état orchestrated by extremist members of the political opposition.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro banned street demonstrations after at least three people died Wednesday as protesters clashed with government supporters.
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Below is a statement by the Australia-Venezuela Solidarity Network that I co-wrote: No to far-right violence and provocations in Venezuela! End the media war on the Bolivarian revolution! The first opposition-led protests were initiated on February 4th in the city of San Cristóbal, in the western state of Tachira, when two students were arrested for alleged breach of the peace during a demonstration. The students were released the following day. The following days were marked by an escalation of student protests in the states of Merida and Tachira, with small groups of masked and hooded individuals engaging in acts of violence throughout the capital cities, claiming they were fighting against “crime”. Their actions included, but were not limited to, blockading roads, throwing rocks at passers-by, attacking the residence of the Tachira state governor, terrorising passengers on public transport, throwing Molotov cocktails and firing live ammunition at the police, as well robbing and attempting to assas ...
CARACAS (Reuters) - Armed pro-government groups attacked and shot at people protesting against President Nicolas Maduro's government in western Venezuela, injuring five, activists said.Men on motorbikes
This is happening right now in Venezuela. The people are trying to push against the communist government of President Nicolas Maduro. The police are firing on the rioters and killed two students under government orders. The sign over the body in the last picture reads "Everithing is not expensive in Venezuela, here life is worthless". Hope these people get the change they want.
Now..president nicolas maduro ( venezuela) who talked badly about 30/6 in Egypt and described it as a military cap , accused the security forces of killing the inocent manifestants...now he is doing the same. Till now 3 killed and many injured people by his security forces .when the prostitute talks about the honour
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Today's News From What's Up Caribbean Toyota to leave Venezuela German tourist shot dead in Venezuela U.S. citizens in Guyana warned against traveling on "Caribbean Airlines flights" Toyota to leave Venezuela Posted: 09 Feb 2014 06:41 PM PST Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro says he wants to speak to Toyota's top official for Latin America after the carmaker said it would stop production in the South American n...
Business › Venezuelan president wants to talk to Toyota exec: President Nicolas Maduro said on Sunday he wants...
time to pay the piper! chinese support doesn't come free. The tumble in oil exports, Venezuela’s biggest source of dollars, comes as President Nicolas Maduro faces a shortage of U.S. currency that’s caused consumer prices to soar 56 percent and foreign reserves to plunge to a decade-low of $21 billion. Petroleos de Venezuela SA, the state-run oil producer known as PDVSA, is sending hundreds of thousands of barrels a day to China to repay loans totaling more than $40 billion since 2008, at a time when its production is shrinking.
President Nicolas Maduro has struck out at media coverage of ex-Miss Venezuela Monica Spear’s murder as a “show”...
President Nicolas Maduro has a new villain as he campaigns to bring down Venezuela's spiraling crime: TV soap operas.
President Nicolas Maduro's won the majority of votes in weekend municipal elections, disturbing opposition.
Venezuelans have voted in municipal elections that are the biggest political test yet for President Nicolas Maduro:
Results announced in elections, showing clear victory for the forces led by President Nicolas Maduro
: President Nicolas Maduro's government won a majority of votes in Venezuela's local elections on Sunday, boos...
President Nicolas Maduro survived the first major test of his rocky seven month old presidency Sunday, as the...
CNA - Maduro survives first test in Venezuela municipal vote: President Nicolas Maduro survived the first majo...
Ordonez's victory in the city of Sotillo in eastern Venezuela was announced by President Nicolas Maduro at a...
President Maduro comes out on top in Venezuela local elections President Nicolas Maduro's government has won the...
Caracas, Dec 8 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro today urged the population to go to the polls...
The idiocy of President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela is evident that the studying of Economics still has its value today LOL
On Friday night, President Nicolás Maduro ordered the military to seize the stores of a consumer electronics retail chain
President Maduro given sweeping powers by the parliament to rule with a decree for a year. A saviour or tyrant?
Ghost of Chavez Can't Stop Hyperinflation - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro doesn't have good opti...
"Venezuela's president, Nicolás Maduro, has vowed to limit profiteering and strengthen price controls" This guy is bonkers.
Capriles threat to President Nicolas Maduro: After 8-D "We're comming to get you"
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro granted special powers; said he will limit corporate profit margins to between 15% and 30%.
The National Assembly voted to give President Nicolás Maduro decree powers for one year, which will allow him ...
Venezuela's legislature has granted president Nicolás Maduro the same power to rule as Obama now does with Obamacare
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Would President Nicolas actions cause business to flee his country and lead to economic suicide?
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has signed a bill which allows him to govern by decree for 12-months
“Venezuela's legislature gives president Nicolás Maduro power to rule by decree Great idea-Why not!
Making of a Dictator "Venezuelan lawmakers grant decree powers to President Nicolas Maduro -
Venezuela's National Assembly gave President Nicolas Maduro wide-ranging special powers to rule by decree for a year
BBC News Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro gets special powers BBC News Under the measures Mr Maduro will be...
Venezuela's National Assembly paves the way to enabling President Nicolas Maduro to rule by special decree for a period of 12 months.
CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has reportedly declared an "early Christmas" in November in the interest of "happiness for all people." Details here: critics see the move as politically motivated, since it means bonuses will now arrive early for workers - just before a scheduled municipal election. What do you think of this report? Tell us here and we'll share your comments during WHNT News 19 This Morning!
Govt of Venezuela sets up Vice Ministry of Supreme Social Happiness October 27th, 2013 The government of Venezuela set up Vice Ministry of Supreme Social Happiness to tackle sadness in the people of the country. The focal role of the agency will be to coordinate all anti-poverty missions initiated by the late President Hugo Chavez to eradicate poverty. Oil-rich Venezuela has been running short of basic goods and medical supplies for a long time. The rate of annual inflation is alarmingly at aorund 50% and the US dollar is valued at more than seven times the official rate on the black market. President Nicolas Maduro, who took to the office after the death of previous President Hugo Chavez, blames the shortages on speculation and hoarding, but businessmen say they would face terrible losses if they adhered to government price controls. Odisha imposes fishing ban to protect nests of endagered Olive Ridley sea turtles October 27th, 2013 Screenshot_1The Odisha Government has imposed a seven-month fishing ban ...
There are clear concerns at this time in relation with US tolerances to other countries. Why now are there allegations that the Venezuelan President flight was denied access to US Airspace. Again as Head Of State this should not have occurred. Venezeulan Foreign Minister Elias Jaua told media that an aircraft carrying President Nicolas Maduro was denied travel over Puerto Rico’s airspace. President Maduro’s flight, which was en route to China, was forced to find an alternate path according to Jaua, who denounced the act as “an act of aggression.” “We have received the information from American officials that we have been denied travel over its airspace,” Jaua said, speaking to reporters during an official meeting with his South African counterpart. “We denounce this as yet another aggression on the part of North American imperialism against the government of the Bolivarian Republic,” he added. “No one can deny airspace to a plane carrying a president on an international state visit.” T ...
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President Nicolas Maduro urges Venezuela's government to provide more assistance to communes
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called on the interior ministry and police to act against the gangs that are stealing women's hair.
President Nicolas Maduro remedy the damage caused by corruption "Ex-Cemex Case"
President Nicolas Maduro convene its Former Cemex the great debate on the new ethics
BBC: 'Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls on the police to act against gangs who are stealing women's hair.'.
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