Venezuelan Soccer Team Defeats US Selection 3-0 – Enjoy the Goals

The Venezuelan national soccer team (Vinotinto) won 3 goals to 0 against its counterpart, the United States, in a friendly

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Venezuelan Government will Vaccinate More Than 600 Thousand Children in Spite of the Blockade (Free of Charge)

The Bolivarian Government guarantees the immunization of 639,915 children aged between zero and six years, despite the coercive and unilateral

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Floods in Eastern China Leave 45 Thousand Evacuees

Heavy rains have caused damage to the economy estimated at close to 100 million dollars. The heavy rains registered since

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France: Yellow Vests Protest in Several Cities for the 30th Consecutive Week

The ‘yellow vests’ are back on the streets of France this weekend in their 30th consecutive round of demonstrations against

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We Need Your Donation – If You Can Not Donate Please Share (Sharing is Caring)

We really need your support. Help us with a small donation. The best option for us is recurrent monthly donation.

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Canadian FM Plays Good Cop to US, Promising Cuba “Part to play” in Venezuelan Democracy

Cuba will have a “part to play” in restoring democracy in Venezuela, the Canadian foreign minister – a supporter of

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The Long Arm of the Bilderberg Group Created by the CIA and MI6

By Manlio Dinucci Three Italians were invited to this year’s meeting of the Bilderberg Group, which was held in Montreux,

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Travel to Cuba Falls Victim to John Bolton’s Wrath

John Bolton hates the governments of Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, calling them the “troika of tyranny” and the “three stooges

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Poland: Warsaw’s Biggest Gay Pride Defies Conservative Hate

The parade is expected to be the biggest event of its kind in Warsaw, a significant fact considering it was

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Nicaragua Approves Amnesty Law To Bring Peace

“It hurts us to have to grant amnesty to confessed assassins of policemen, to torturers of the San José school

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Syria: More Than 240 Thousand High School Students Start Their Final Exams in Different Provinces

Damascus, SANA- More than 240 thousand students on Sunday started to take their Secondary Education (high school) final exams in

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300 US SouthCom Troops in Honduras to Teach “Humanitarian Assistance”

Some 300 more U.S. soldiers will supplement their Latin American and Caribbean allies to improve disaster response and “other crisis

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These are the Anti-Chavista Groups That Pompeo Could Not Unite

By Clodovaldo Hernandez The team fails and the boss, instead of taking responsibility, blames the underlings. Have you seen that

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The Day Venezuela Went Dark: Unknown Story Behind the “Blackout”

At 4:42 on the afternoon of March 7, the Metro lines of Caracas, in the Venezuelan capital, went out. The

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Border Crossings Between Colombia and Venezuela Reopen After Maduro’s Announcement

For the most part, the flow of pedestrians from the Simón Bolívar international bridge – the main border access –

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