New Blackout Today in Caracas (+West of Caracas)

From early hours of this Friday, July 19, various sectors of the city of Caracas were without electric service for

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More Than 6 Hours Without Electricity – Some Areas of Caracas

A fault in the line of San Geronimo – Santa Teresa left several areas of Greater Caracas powerless on Wednesday,

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What About Venezuela’s Hacked Power Grid?

By Dave Lindorff Russia and the US are engaging in tit-for-tat hacking of each others’ power grid, the New York

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Argentina: Marcelo Mindlin, the Hidden Name Behind the Blackout

Transener, one of the companies that operates the line that fell, distributed $3,300 million pesos (US$ 76 million) in cash

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Argentina’s Blackout is a Hit to its Fragile Economy

South American blackout adds to embattled President Mauricio Macri’s electoral woes as he seeks reelection in 2019. The economic impact

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Strike Paralyzes Haiti, Protesters Demand President’s Ouster

Opposition leaders in Haiti launched a two-day strike Monday that paralyzed the country’s capital amid another day of protests demanding

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The Day Venezuela Went Dark: Unknown Story Behind the “Blackout”

At 4:42 on the afternoon of March 7, the Metro lines of Caracas, in the Venezuelan capital, went out. The

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Venezuela’s Minister Says Major Power Outage Likely Caused by ‘Cyberattack’, Points Finger at US

A cyber-attack is likely the reason for the major blackout that left most of Venezuela in darkness, a Maduro government

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