Alert: British Navy Ship Close to Venezuela

A British military vessel is operating near the coasts of Venezuela, as reported by Noticias Curaçao. The RFA Mounts Bay,

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Bolivia Calls for Global Support of Venezuelan Peace Talks

“We call on the Latin American brothers and the world to continue looking for a peaceful solution,” Morales said. In a

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Venezuela has Lost $350 Billion as Result of the Financial Blockade

According to the Economic Debates Unit of the Latin American Geopolitical Strategic Center (Celag), which issued a report this February

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Venezuela and Disaster Capitalism

  By Reinaldo Iturriza López, translation by Nicolas Allen   On Monday, January 28, the Department of the Treasury of

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A Short Guide for Canadian Anti-Imperialists on the Current Crisis in Venezuela

By Laura Avalos and Susan Spronk With the Lima Group meeting in Ottawa, on February 4 the news of the

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Guaido to the Army: If you Don’t Take the Step, the Opposition Will do it for You

The opposition deputy Juan Guaidó, who insists on his role of self-proclaimed “president in charge” of Venezuela, offered an interview

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Denver Teachers Strike Begins

DENVER (CBS4) – For the first time in 25 years, Denver teachers are on strike. The move comes after failed

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‘Dangerous Hero’ doesn’t add up to a hill of beans: UK’s rulers have a fit of the vapors over Corbyn

By George Galloway Britain’s mass market newspaper the Mail on Sunday (for which I wrote a column for many years)

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Good morning Venezuela

By Gustavo Borges The beginning of the week seems to indicate a truce. Although everything is unpredictable in Venezuela. But

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How the Media Manufactures Consent for Regime Change in Venezuela

Alan MacLeod looks at the role of the media in the regime change operation in Venezuela. By Alan MacLeod The

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Communist Party of Portugal Condemns its Country’s Recognition of Guaidó

The Portuguese Communist Party  (PCP) condemned the Portuguese government’s recognition of the deputy of the National Assembly in contempt,  Juan

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Venezuela Rewards it Agressors

Treaties against Double Taxation What should be our policies towards states that threaten or attack us? With proverbial generosity, Venezuela

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Red Cross: Aid From the US is Not Humanitarian

The head of the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Colombia, Christoph Harnisch, said that this

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Southern Africa Development Community Declares Support to Maduro

In a communique released yesterday, February 10, the South African Development Community comprised of 16 countries: Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Lesotho,

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The Tienditas Bridge “blockade”

Or how to turn an unopened bridge into an international news story to build support for your coup. By Justin Emery

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