Ecuador’s Lenin Moreno linked to an offshore company

An investigation links the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, with the offshore company Ina Investment Corporation based in Belize. An

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Venezuelan Consulate in Guayaquil (Ecuador) assaulted

Fernando Bello, consul general of Venezuela in Guayaquil, Ecuador, denounced that a criminal gang, of seven or eight people, entered

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“Due to the Situation in Venezuela”: Air France Cancels Flights to Caracas Until Monday

The French airline Air France announced on Wednesday that its flights to Caracas are cancelled until Monday, February 25, “due

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Maduro pays tribute to Malcolm X, 54 years after his assassination

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, pays tribute to the leader and activist of the Afro-descendant

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Chavistas led an immense march on the Angostura Bridge of Ciudad Bolívar yesterday (videos+images)

“The people of Bolivar state (south east Venezuela) are clear on their love and loyalty with the homeland, the Bolivarian

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US Media Erase Years of Chavismo’s Gains

by Gregory Shupak Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution, which took off with the election of President Hugo Chávez in December 1998, frequently

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Venezuela Closes Border with Brazil (Colombia in Queue)

During a video conference with the High Command of the Venezuelan Armed Force (FANB) and all the Commanders of the

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Silvio Rodriguez Finally Responds to Ruben Blades: “You Think They Have Two Presidents, I Only See One”

Social networks have spread misinformation about a response from Silvio Rodriguez to Ruben Blades in 2014 in connection to the

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Gaza protesters: Palestine and Venezuela in ‘one trench’

As the international community divides over who to back for leader of Venezuela—President Nicolás Maduro or opposition legislator Juan Guaidó,

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Zapatero: Do Not Underestimate Venezuela Resistance Capacity

Former Spanish Prime Minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, warned of using force to resolve the situation in Venezuela, while highlighting

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Brazil’s Indigenous Peoples Suffer Wave of Invasions and Attacks

Emboldened by the institutional assault upon indigenous rights being waged by the regime of Jair Bolsonaro, rural mafias are organizing

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“Punch me in the Face!?”: CNN Anchor Threatened for Not Supporting US Military Intervention

The journalist and former anchor of Café CNN, Carlos Montero, responded to those who dismiss him for not supporting the

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Regime Change We Can Believe In: The US Agenda in Venezuela, Haiti and Egypt (Radio Interview)

The Trump administration has set a deadline of February 23 for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to bow down to the

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The Fake News about Humanitarian Aid and Venezuela

by Alan Macleod In recent times the international media, including many who promised to “resist” the dangerous commander-in-chief Donald Trump,

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