Fabricating a Coup D’Etat: Lessons From April 30

By Jesse Chacón Escamillo With great excitement in the early hours of April 30, it was announced that the day of Venezuela’s liberation had finallyarrived. Accompanied by heavily armed

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Ambush on Venezuelan Military Motorcade Leaves 3 Dead

The ambush occurred in the state of Aragua, Venezuela with a group of unknown individuals. An attack on military commission

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Venezuela: Establishment Talking Points Translation Key

Things keep heating up in Venezuela, with possible “military options” now being seriously discussed at the Pentagon. And of course

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Washington’s Hybrid War on Venezuela – a Very 21st-Century Attempt at Regime Change

Rather than carry out conventional war, over recent months US officials have sought to promote internal divisions, sabotage, and economic

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Preparing for Computer Network Operations: USCYBERCOM Documents Trace Path to Operational Cyber Force

Evolution of Cyber Mission Force and Joint Force Headquarters – Cyber portrayed in annual orders to build the force Declassified

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Venezuela Manages to Reactivate Part of its Crude Production

After two major blackouts that affected the country during the month of March, oil production in Venezuela was finally reactivated

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The US Army Cut Off Electricity to its Largest Military Base to Test Reactions on a Cyber Attack

Fort Bragg, the largest military base in the United States Army, located in North Carolina, issued a public apology on

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In What Countries do the Suspects of the Electrical Sabotage Hide?

24/04/2019.- The  vice-president of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Jorge Rodríguez, presented the names of 5 suspects allegedly involved in the

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Five People Captured and 19 Sought for Attacks on the Electric Grid

  The sectoral vice-president for Communication, Culture and Tourism, Jorge Rodríguez, reported on Tuesday that five people were captured and

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Russia: Deputy Defense Minister Accuses US of ‘Operation Blackout’ in Venezuela

Terrorism and wars remain major concerns of world nations, but they’ve become more wary of threats to sovereignty – something

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Will the US be Able to Block Russia’s Air Route to Venezuela?

The US urged all countries to follow the example of Malta, which did not let Russian airplanes going to Venezuela

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Duqu 2.0, Lead Actor on Electric Cyber-attacks Against Venezuela

By Alfredo Hurtado CYBERWAR AGAINST IRAN In 2010, a computer attack succeeded in delaying Iran’s peaceful nuclear program for two

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Venezuela Blackout Caused by Low Turbine Speed as Result of Cyberattack – Source

The cyberattack on Venezuela’s largest hydro-electric power plant Guri that resulted in a major blackout in the country led to

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Russia: Those Responsible for the Attacks on the Venezuelan Electric System Were Aware of its Vulnerabilities

Venezuela has suffered massive blackouts since March 7. The Maduro government has denounced cyber attacks against the country’s energy facilities

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Cuban Doctors Assisted Venezuelan Electric Workers Amid US Sabotage

Several Cuban doctors made the trip to Venezuela this week in order to provide medical aid to the workers of

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