“Macri is a new Nero”: Podemos’ Juan Carlos Monedero (Interview)

The Spaniard who knows most about Latin America analyzes the novelty of the Frente de Todos and why its campaign

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Supreme Court Allows Extradition of Orlando Figuera’s Alleged Killer (Hate Crime)

The Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) declared it appropriate to ask Spain for the extradition of Enzo Franchini Oliveros, who

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Europe: Nearly 700 Migrants Drowned in 2019

At least 683 migrants died in 2019 in the Mediterranean Sea according to figures published today by the International Organization

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The Case of the Clarinetist Arrested in Venezuela for “Tweeting”

By Luigino Bracci On Tuesday, July 16, young 26-year-old Karen Palacios was released from a Venezuelan prison and told the

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Chancellor Arreaza Meets with Spainish Chancellor Josep Borrell (+Norway Talks)

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza held a bilateral meeting on Wednesday with the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union

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Yulimar Rojas – First Venezuelan Qualified for Tokyo 2020 Olympics

From the Emilio Martín athletics stadium (Huelva, Spain), Yulimar Rojas secured her Triple Jump quota for the XXXII edition of

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These are the Anti-Chavista Fugitives Hiding in Foreign Embassies

Roberto Henríquez, leader of Copei, was the first to resort to an embassy in recent time (2017), when he requested

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Jorge Arreaza: Coup Plot Sympathizers Become Accomplices

Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza said Thursday that those governments that sympathize with protagonists of the

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Spain’s Zapatero Criticizes Trump, Calls for Venezuela Dialogue

“I feel sad to hear many opinions about Venezuela from people who have never been there,” the former Spanish Prime

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Spanish Chancellor says US like a Cowboy in Venezuela

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain, Josep Borrell, accused the United States of acting in Venezuela with the attitude

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