Why Women Defend Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Since Hugo Chavez’s electoral victory in 1998, Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution has commenced a radical change in the economic, civic, and

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End Venezuela Sanctions Says Rep. Ro Khanna and 15 Progressive Democrats

16 progressive members of Congress sent a letter to the Trump administration, demanding an end to economic sanctions and to

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Chelsea Manning Jailed for Not Testifying Against WikiLeaks

Manning was jailed in contempt of court after refusing to answer questions as part of a secret grand jury investigating Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange.  Wikileaks whistleblower, Chelsea Manning, was jailed Friday after refusing to testify

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Bolsonaro Threatens the Self-proclaimed ‘President’ of Brazil

The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, threatened to initiate a judicial process against an actor who calls himself the “self-proclaimed president

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Trump and the Venezuelan Opposition Have Much in Common

Political analyst Steve Ellner draws the parallels between Trump and the Venezuelan opposition. By Steve Ellner Michael Cohen’s statement last

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Canada: Cuban Ambassador Responds to CBC Disinformation

On Sunday, March 3, the CBC ran a tendentious and manipulative article making slanderous claims about the relations between Cuba

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Chancellor Arreaza ensures that Non Grata Declaration for German Ambassador Complies with Vienna Convention

Chancellor Jorge Arreaza reminded the High Representative for the European Union (EU), Federica Mogherini, that the declaration of non grata

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PDVSA Denies Paralysis of its Subsidiary PDV Marina

The state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) denied that its subsidiary PDV Marina is paralyzed due to lack of personnel to

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Long Lines for Gas in Cucuta After Border Closing

Colombians living in Cúcuta, Department of Norte de Santander, have had to wait in long queues and wait for hours

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Venezuelan VP: Marco Rubio Behind Nation-Wide Blackout Sabotage

The Venezuelan vice president said President Maduro had ordered the suspension of working hours and shut schools Friday to facilitate the electric system repairs. Venezuela’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez announced late Thursday that President Nicolas

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