Currency Exchange Stability and Falling Prices: What is Happening? (Interbanex III)

by Luis Salas In the last weeks, very important things have been happening in the economic field. And when I

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PDVSA Denounces Act of Sabotage in Pumping Station on the Orinoco Oil Belt

Petróleos de Venezuela, SA (PDVSA) on Tuesday controlled a fire in the pump room of the Ero Station, located at

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Venezuelan Embassy in Costa Rica assaulted

This Wednesday, the Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, reported that a violent group attacked the Venezuelan

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128 International Students Graduated Yesterday from the Latin American School of Medicine

A total of 128 International students of the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), Salvador Allende, graduated this Tuesday, in

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The Washington Post All But Invites Venezuela’s Destruction

By Joe Emersberger Tamara Taraciuk Broner of Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Johns Hopkins professor Kathleen Page took to the

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Japan Recognizes Guaido as Interim President (contradictions)

On Tuesday, the Foreign Minister of Japan, Tano Kono announced that the eastern country recognized deputy Juan Guaidó as “interim

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‘We Are Equal’: Trans Woman Running For Prime Minister of Thailand

Pauline Ngarmpring, well known in Thailand’s soccer sphere, now wants to become the country’s first transgender prime minister. Ngarmpring is

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Venezuela & The Mighty Wurlitzer

by Joyce Nelson On February 11, Bloomberg News published an astonishing piece about the unfolding Venezuelan turmoil. It was apparently

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Florida Anti-Venezuelan Trump’s Speech X-Ray

In an event with the “Venezuelan Diaspora” assembled in an auditorium of the International University of Florida, President Donald Trump

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Permanent Forum of USA Studies Organized by the Celarg Foundation

A forum of studies on the United States will be initiated on Thursday, February 21, 2019, starting at 4:00 pm,

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Trump Hits Venezuela with More Sanctions as US Military Brings ‘Aid’

The Trump administration announced new sanctions Friday targeting five high-profile figures in the Venezuelan government and security services. The sanctioned

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Russia calls “blackmail” on Trump’s call to the Venezuelan Army to recognize Guaidó

The recent appeal of US President Donald Trump to the Venezuelan military is an attempt to impose a “democracy” in

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Venezuelan Defense Minister’s Response to Trump: We are not mercenaries, we are the Sons of Bolívar, Zamora and Chávez!

The Venezuelan Defense Minister, Vladimir Padrino López, in a statement issued in company of the country’s military high command, jointly

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