US Accepts Guaido’s Designation of Vecchio as Venezuelan Charge D’Affaires to US

The United States has accepted Venezuelan presidential usurper Juan Guaido’s designation of Carlos Alfredo Vecchio as the Caracas charge d’affaires

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The Fate of Parallel Governments or the Exile they are Taking Guaido to

It has cost the US and the European governments, automatically, fold to the strategy of parallel government in Venezuela. By Reinaldo

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Brazil: 24,000 Ordered to Evacuate After Dam Burst Tragedy

Firefighters warned against more dam collapses in Brazil, calling for the evacuation of almost 24,000 people in the state of

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President Maduro led Military Exercises in ​​Carabobo

The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, led on Sunday the beginning of the military exercises of the Bolivarian National Armed

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Crooked Coup?

Known is that Washington, since the arrival of Donald Trump to the White House, has almost obsessively the purpose of

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Act of Gangsterism Against Venezuela: Trump, Pence, Pompeo Star in the Pirates of the Caribbean

By George Galloway   You could scour the bowels of US imperial crimes, from the Mexican-American War to the Gulf

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The Vultures of Caracas

We are frequently told that people in Venezuela have no food, clothing or toilet paper, and that popular discontent with

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Guaido Admits he met with Government Before Self-Proclamation (Diosdado ad Bernal)

The highest representative of the National Assembly (AN) in contempt, Juan Guaidó, who proclaimed himself as “interim president” of Venezuela

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Venezuela’s US-Backed Coup Leader Immediately Targets State Oil Company, Requests IMF Money

Unelected US-backed coup leader Juan Guaidó immediately moved to try to restructure Venezuela’s state-owned oil company and seek financing from

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Venezuela: Call It What It Is—a Coup

The power grab of the right’s Juan Guaidó is brazenly unconstitutional. By George Ciccariello-Maher   No matter how you slice

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Venezuela: WFTU condemns intervention against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

The World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), representing 95 million workers of the five continents as well as the world

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Maduro Considers “Insolent” Attitude of Spain Towards Venezuela

The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has repudiated on Friday the “insolence” of Spain by demanding Caracas to have early

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The Fear

By Rodolfo Porras A friend asked me if I was nervous about the threat that means that Germany, England, the

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Venezuela and the US negotiate establishing “Interests Office” in their countries after breaking relations

Venezuela and the USA have agreed to hold negotiations “for the establishment of an ‘Interests Office’ in each capital”, after

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