US Resumes Import of Venezuelan Oil

From March 11 to 29, according to statistics, the United States did not buy a single barrel of oil from

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Pence to the Venezuelan Ambassador in the Security Council: “You should not be here”

The vice president of the USA recommended Samuel Moncada return to his country to “tell Maduro that his time is

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Maduro Celebrates the Bravery of the People Who Broke the Media Siege in April 2002

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, recalled “the bravery of the people who broke the siege

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Venezuela Demands Respect from the US in the Face of Threats of Military Intervention Issued in the UN

The Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, demanded respect respect from the government of the United States (USA) before the threats of

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Correa Says Moreno INA Papers Probe Led to Facebook Page Block

The INA Papers alleges Moreno’s link to a firm which deposited millions to an offshore company,whose owner put money in

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Assange’s Adviser Detained in Ecuador Without Charges

Ola Bini’s arrest comes within hours of the Ecuadorian interior minister claiming that there are “Russian” hackers in Ecuador, having

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Who are Venezuela’s Colectivos? (Interview)

By Federico Fuentes The media calls them armed thugs and US Senator Marco Rubio wants them put on the terrorist

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Julian Assange’s Father Joins Melbourne Rally for WikiLeaks Founder

Julian Assange’s father has attended a Melbourne rally calling for the release of the WikiLeaks founder from custody after he

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Facebook Removes Page of Ecuador’s Former President on Same Day as Assange’s Arrest

Facebook has unpublished the page of Ecuador’s former president, Rafael Correa, the social media giant confirmed on Thursday, claiming that

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Assange Deserves Nobel Prize Instead of Imprisonment – Alfred de Zayas (Interview)

Metropolitan police arrested Assange inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London Thursday, where he had been residing since 2012 under political

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The F-35 Fighter Jet Will Cost $1.5 Trillion. It’s Time for New Priorities

By William Rivers Pitt U.S. taxpayers are no strangers to getting saddled with monstrously expensive weapons programs at the expense

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Evo Morales: Bolivia, Turkey Eye Stronger Economic, Diplomatic Ties in New Period Ahead

The meeting of the Turkish and Bolivian leaders in Ankara marks a turning point for the two countries as they

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Protests in Mali Condemn Violence and Ethnic Cleansing

“The Malian people came out today as one man, to say no to violence and no to ethnic cleansing,” a

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