Did Venezuelan Coup Leaders Pocket $70 Million from Citgo’s Stolen US Assets?

Venezuela’s government has claimed the Department of Justice will investigate Citgo’s opposition-appointed board for the theft of $70 million. But

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From Exxon to ‘Ambassador’: How Carlos Vecchio Became Venezuela’s Top Coup Lobbyist

The story of regime-change brain Carlos Vecchio’s rise through elite US institutions and the oil industry captures the essence of

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Exxon Uses Rockefeller Holding to Sue Cuba Under Helms-Burton

Exxon Mobil was formed when John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil was ordered – by U.S. supreme court – to dismantle

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Delcy Rodriguez Exposes Guyana’s False Version on Exxon Ships in Disputed Waters

Rodriguez showed official multimedia documentation evidencing the fact that the ships were not in fact in the disputed area with Guyana. On

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Venezuela Signs Decree to Protect Orinoco Delta Region

Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Jorge Arreaza said that the decree strengthens full sovereignty of the region. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro signed a decree Friday

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Venezuela Rejects Caricom’s Opinion on Incident with Guyana

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela issued a statement on Thursday to reject the decision taken by the pro

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“Take care of your own business”: Deputy Minister for North America Responded to the US (Guyana)

The Deputy minister for North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Ron, rejected this Sunday, December 23, the

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This is What the US “Demands” Venezuela to do with its Relationship with Guyana

Respecting the “international law and the sovereignty of its neighbors” is demanded by the Government of Donald Trump to Venezuela,

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Mismanagement of resources: Government of Guyana Falls

The Parliament of Guyana approved a no-confidence motion against President David Granger, who became the first president to receive a

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Venezuelan Government Rejects “Flagrant Violation” of Guyana Vessels in its Waters

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza issued a statement ratifying that Venezuela acted under international protocols and agreements– as usual– in

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