* January 10, 2019, another “D-Day” for anti-Chavism?

By Ana Cristina Bracho The month of November has arrived, and not of any year, but of the last one

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* On Monday, January 7, classes recommenced all over Venezuela

Next Monday, January 7, the classes in schools and high schools in the Venezuelan territory restart after the Christmas and

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* 5 Venezuelan beaches among the 50 best

The Venezuelan shores are famous on the planet. The Canadian travel agency FlightNetwork published a ranking of the 50 best

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Ice Cream Prices in Venezuela vs the US

Prices in Venezuela have been skyrocketing in recent months, but not only in terms of Bolivars but also in terms

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French Yellow Vests to Macron: “It’s a Revolution” (Images)

At least 25,000 people demonstrated throughout France demanding fiscal justice and President Emmanuel Macron to step down. Clashes broke out in Paris as yellow vest protesters approached the National Assembly. According to

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* President Maduro Will be Sword in on January 10 Before the Supreme Court and Will be Recognized the 11th by the ANC

President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, after being sworn in on January 10 before the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ),

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* Who Isolates Who?

Amid the pressure of the United States towards its allied countries to ignore the administration of President Nicolás Maduro, it

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* Simon Bolivar or Captain America? – Delcy Rodriguez Lectures Duque

The Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, rejected on Friday, December 4, the comments issued by the President of

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* Gap Between Illegal and Official Dollar Shortening

The scale of price between the official dollar and the illegal one narrows little by little, given the rates established

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* Jorge Rodríguez: More Travelers During the Holiday Compared to 2017

A total of 3,484,661 travelers were mobilized using public transport from December 1 to 31 of the last month of

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