Supreme Court Authorizes Criminal Investigation Against Opposition Deputies

Through a statement, the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) decided to evaluate the responsibility of three deputies, José Guerra, Tomás

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President Maduro Appoints 7 New Ministers

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro appointed seven new ministers (2 women and 5 men) to the portfolios of Urban Agriculture, Tourism

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New Trump Rule Would Limit legal Immigration to US

The administration of US President Donald Trump has announced a sweeping rule that would limit legal immigration by denying visas

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It Does not Take a Tin-foil hat to Smell a Rat in Epstein’s ‘Way too Convenient’ Death

By Neil Clark The death of disgraced financier, pedophile and alleged blackmailer Jeffrey Epstein came just a day after more

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Primaries in Argentina: Right Loses in a Landslide, Revolutionary Socialist Left Wins 700,000 Votes

The primary elections in Argentina on Sunday were a stunning defeat for right-wing president Mauricio Macri. The center-left opposition under

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US Starts Blockade of Venezuela

By Sean Orr On August 6, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton attended a gathering of representatives from the right-wing

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Communists in Canada Organizing International Solidarity Against Plunder in Kaz Mountains

In a meeting that took place at the Greek Workers’ Association, immigrant people from Turkey living in Montreal, representatives of

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US Tightens Screws On Venezuela With Complete Embargo (Video Interview)

GUEST: Netfa Freeman, Member of the Coordinating Committee of Black Alliance for Peace, Institute for Policy Studies, an organizer at

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Chavismo, a Sentimental X-Ray (and XXI): Present and future

This dialectical relation between necessity and contingency, structure and break, history and event lays the basis for the possibility of

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The New York Times: The blockade will fail in Venezuela

Editorial Note: Michael E. Shifter is President of the Inter-American Dialogue and an Adjunct Professor of Latin American Studies at

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