Venezuela

Efforts To Resolve Worsening Crisis In Venezuela Are Stymied

When Juan Guaidó (gwy-DOH) declared himself Venezuela's legitimate president, many thought President Maduro would be out. Eight months on, Maduro remains president as Guaidó fights for momentum.

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Chart Of The Day: Oil Production In Venezuela Vs. ‘saudi Texas’

Chart of the Day (above) shows the oil production in Venezuela and Texas from January 2000 to August 2019 in millions of barrels per day. At the turn of the century in the early days of president Hugo Chavez’s socialist revolution, Venezuela...
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The Us Is Losing The War Against Tyranny

We are at war, under siege from a global alliance that runs from Pyongyang to Havana and Caracas. At the moment we are losing, having failed to bring down the leaders of our main adversaries: Kim Jong Un in North Korea, Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela,...
Related topics: North Korea, Pyongyang, Cuba, Havana, Kim Jong-Un

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Us Levies New Sanctions On Cuba Over Human Rights, Venezuela

The United States is imposing new sanctions on Cuba over its human rights record and its support for Venezuela’s government, the U.S. Commerce Department said Friday.In a statement, the department said it will restrict Cuba’s access to...
Related topics: Cuba, Human Rights

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In Venezuela's Capital, A Box Of Cheerios Costs $10

U.S. sanctions are affecting the lives of people in Venezuela, a country that has been plagued by political turmoil for months.

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Bernie Sanders Is Dared To Visit Venezuela By An Exiled Official

I Don’t Wanna Go GO BERNIE GO!!! One of the more shocking but honestly refreshing things about this campaign cycle is how absolutely HONEST some of those running for President are about embracing Socialism. Normally there is some measly...

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Us Treasury Allows More Time For Transactions With Nynas Ab Despite Venezuela Sanctions

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States has extended a license that allows certain transactions with PDVSA's joint venture Nynas AB despite US sanctions on the Venezuelan oil sector, the US Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control...

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Venezuela Wins Seat On Un Human Rights Council

Venezuela was elected Thursday to the U.N. Human Rights Council, despite criticism of the South American country's human rights record.    The HRC works to promote and protect human rights around the world, and the membership of the council is...
Related topics: Human Rights

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‘it’s The Only Way To Get Paid’: A Struggle For Citgo, Venezuela’s U.s. Oil Company

Citgo could become a casualty of the turmoil in Venezuela if the country’s national oil company fails to make a bond payment due at the end of the month.

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The United Nations Hammers Another Nail In Its Credibility Coffin

Electing Venezuela to its Human Rights Council, the United Nations hammered another nail into its credibility coffin on Thursday. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
Related topics: Human Rights

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Nicolas Maduro Refuses To Give Up On Venezuela’s State Cryptocurrency El Petro

It seems that the government of Venezuela isn’t ready to give up on its state-issued cryptocurrency ambitions. Speaking during a state broadcast last night, President Nicolas Maduro said protectorates and states would receive one million Petros...

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Mounting Venezuela Exodus Sparks Fears Of Rising Xenophobia

Freddy Brito had just finished belting out tunes on a bus in Peru’s capital and was crossing a street on his one good leg when the driver of a blue taxi sped up and veered toward the singer.“Veneco!” the man yelled, using a derogatory word for...
Related topics: Peru

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Cubans Once Again Feeling Energy Crunch

The Trump administration's tighter economic sanctions against Cuba and a reduction of oil imports from Venezuela have made it harder to get fuel in the communist-ruled island.  This is not the first fuel shortage Cuba has experienced during its...
Related topics: Cuba

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People Hold Protests In Quito, Ecuador Amid No-fuel Subsidies Bill - Video

Earlier in the day, Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno accused his predecessor Rafael Correa and Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro of "directing" the violence in Quito.
Related topics: Protests, Ecuador, World Videos

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A Mini Q&a On Venezuela’s Possible Defense To Foreclosure On The Pdvsa 2020

Mark Weidemaier & Mitu Gulati Along with Ugo Panizza of the Graduate Institute in Geneva, we’ve put up a couple of posts in recent days asking whether Venezuela might have a legal basis for challenging its obligations on the PDVSA 2020 bond...

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Venezuela Denies Entry Of Guatemala’s President-elect

The president-elect of Guatemala says officials have blocked him from entering Venezuela where he planned to meet opposition politician Juan Guaidó, a foe of socialist leader Nicolás Maduro
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Fishermen Live In Stain Of Venezuela’s Broken Oil Industry

Venezuela’s crumbling oil industry has turned Lake Maracaibo into a wasteland, threatening fishermen who depend on the water for sustenance while destroying the landscape around them

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In Black And White: Venezuelan Fishermen Among Oil Ruins

CABIMAS, Venezuela — The landscape of Venezuela’s once robust oil industry lies all around fishermen and their families who live in villages clustered on the edge of Lake Maracaibo. Their struggles on a briny bay fouled by petroleum seeps...

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Don't Be So Maduro: Adobe Backs Down (a Little) On Venezuela Sanctions Blockade

Media giant says it can now pay back subscription fees Adobe has reversed course on its decision to withhold refund payments from customers in Venezuela.…

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Ex-ecuador President Wants New Vote, Denies Planning Coup

Former Ecuador President Rafael Correa is dismissing as “nonsense” allegations that he is plotting with Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro to destabilize the current Ecuador government amid violent unrest sparked by fuel price hikes.In an...
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