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Venezuela Probes Foreign Bank Accounts Amid Corruption Allegations

 Venezuelan chief public prosecutor Luisa Ortega Diaz (Photo: AVN)

The Venezuelan public prosecutor’s office announced on Tuesday it would probe Venezuelan holdings in offshore accounts, as part of a continued defense effort in the face of United States threats.

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Over a Million Venezuelans Sign Letter Rejecting Obama's Executive Order

Image from the official Venezuelan petition site Obamaderogaeldecretoya.org.ve

More than a million Venezuelans have spoken out against an Executive Order released by the Obama administration on March 9th, which brands Venezuela a “national security threat” and slaps several more Venezuelan state officials with sanctions.

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Mujica Leads Uruguay's Venezuela Solidarity March + PHOTOS

Jose Mujica headed up the Venezuela solidarity march. | Photo: EFE

Last week Mujica said that whoever says that the South American country could be “a threat” to the U.S. “has a screw loose.”

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UPDATED: Castro, Correa and Morales Rally Behind Venezuela to Condemn US Sanctions

Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa said today that the latest White House measures “remind us of the darkest hours of our Amer

Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa said today that the latest White House measures “remind us of the darkest hours of our America, when we received invasions and dictatorships imposed by imperialism... Will they understand that Latin America has changed?”

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Venezuelans Mount 'Anti-Imperialist Peoples' Court' on Anniversary of Chavez Death

Venezuelans gather in Plaza Bolivar on March 5th, 2015. (AVN/Presidential Press)

Thousands of Venezuelans gathered in the Plaza Bolívar in the center of Caracas yesterday to commemorate the second anniversary of the death of late president Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías with an 'Anti-Imperialist Peoples' Court.'

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Thousands March in Caracas to Commemorate Fall of Dictator

(Lucas Koerner - Venezuelanalysis)
 
On Friday, thousands took to the streets of the Venezuelan capital to commemorate the 57th anniversary of the toppling of the Pérez Jiménez dictatorship as well as to voice their support for the government of President Nicolás Maduro in the face of economic war and political destabilization. 

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Maduro Entertains Raising Gas Prices But Rejects Devaluation of Venezuela´s Currency

President Nicolas Maduro addressing to the Venezuelan legislature, he announced slight changes to monetary policies and the need

On Thursday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro made a much-anticipated address to the Venezuelan legislature in which he announced slight changes to monetary policies and the need to raise the extremely low cost of gasoline in the country.  He also announced a 15% increase in the minimum wage and increased investment in education and housing.

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Venezuela Commemorates Uprising with March against Economic War

A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds up a picture of late president Hugo Chavez (PHOTO: Reuters)

Venezuelan leftists and government supporters will march in Caracas this Jan. 23, a symbolic date for Venezuelan democracy, a municipal mayor of the city has announced.

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Maduro Signs Major Deals in China as Venezuela Strives to Meet Heightened Consumer Demands

Nicolas Maduro and Xi Jinping in Beijing on Monday. (AVN)

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro shared “good news” from Chinese capital Beijing yesterday, after meeting with Chinese leaders and business owners to forge further pacts meant to mutually benefit both countries’ economies.

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G77 and China Condemn U.S. Sanctions on Venezuela, Say They Must Be Repealed

Evo Morales closing the 13th ALBA summit on Sunday. (Photo: Cubadebate)

The G77 group, an international forum of developing countries, and China have expressed their firm rejection of unilateral sanctions imposed by the U.S. against Venezuela and asked for them to be rolled back, said Bolivian President Evo Morales.

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Venezuelan Parliament Renews Public Powers, Opposition Issue Reversal Warning

The Venezuelan National Assembly began the task of renewing the state’s public powers today, despite the opposition’s absten

The Venezuelan National Assembly began the task of renewing the state’s public powers today, despite the opposition’s abstention from the key parliamentary votes.

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Maduro Reacts to Normalization of US-Cuba Relations as Venezuela Sanctions Loom

Venezuelan president Maduro with Cuban leader Raul Castro. The two countries have been political and economic allies for 15 year

During a Mercosur summit held today in Argentina, Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro called Barack Obama’s recent move toward normalizing US-Cuba relations “brave,” while the rest of the trade bloc released a statement condemning the US leader for approving sanctions against Venezuela last week.

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Venezuela’s PSUV Accused of Expelling Marea Socialista Dissidents

Speaking to national media yesterday, Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, who is also PSUV leader, welcomed the internal electi

The governing United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) held internal elections on Sunday to choose almost 4000 local leaders. However the election was preceded by accusations that several party dissidents had been arbitrarily ejected from the organisation.

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2013 Video Shows Leopoldo Lopez Strategizing for Maduro’s Ouster with Miami-Venezuelans

Leopoldo Lopez addressing supporters in El Arepazo Venezuelan restaurant in Miami, Florida. (VEPPEX)

In a 31 October event held in El Doral, Florida, Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez presented to supporters in attendance the need to remove president Nicolas Maduro from power before his term is up.

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Simon Bolivar’s “Letter from Jamaica” Uncovered in Ecuador, Venezuela’s Maduro Says

One paragraph of the original document was never translated in the English version. (Photo: Sibci)

The original “Letter from Jamaica,” written by independence leader Simon Bolivar in 1815, has been discovered in Ecuador, announced Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday.

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