The Truth Has Caught up with Bocaranda

By Samuel Moncada Nelson Bocarada was considered one of the cathedrals of Venezuelan journalism, what few knew was that he

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Evidence Nelson Bocaranda Was Paid UK Propagandist During Malvinas (Falklands) War

The historian and representative of Venezuela before the United Nations Organization (UN), Samuel Moncada, presented Monday evidence of journalist Nelson

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Tales of Resistance: Beyond Black and White

On the 20th anniversary of Chávez’s first “Aló Presidente” broadcast, VA columnist Jessica Dos Santos looks back on this revolutionary

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Who is Eva Bartlett?

Eva Bartlett has recently returned from Venezuela where she aimed to observe the extent of the crisis there. She reported

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How Does a Venezuelan Newspaper Come to Light in the Darkness of a Blackout?

Between the two power outages, the publication’s workers had to adapt to the complex conditions faced by the city to

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See nothing, hear nothing: more than half of Colombia left without local news

by Emily Hart More than half of Colombia has no access to local news, it has been revealed. 578 of

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