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Hooded Militants Launch Molotov Attack on Bolivarian University in Tachira State

The group also set fire to a vehicle belonging to state water company, Hidrosuroeste, earlier in the day (entornointeligente).

Around 15 masked militants attempted to storm the building with molotov cocktails on Monday evening before entering into violent altercations with the Bolivarian National Police force. 

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Venezuela Makes Debt Payment Despite Talk of Default

President Nicolas Maduro made the debt announcement on Monday during a meeting in the presidential palace March 16, 2015 (Photo:

The government of Venezuela serviced its debt with a US$1 billion payment Monday, debunking myths that the country is on the verge of a default.

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Venezuelans Mobilize in Marches and Military Exercises in Defense of Sovereignty Against U.S. Aggression

Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, alongside his wife and "first combatant," Cilia Flores, addressing marchers in C

Over 100,000 Venezuelans mobilized throughout the country for a series of national military exercises in defense of their national national sovereignty on Saturday. They were also joined by a contingency from Russia. 

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Venezuela’s Maduro Granted Decree Powers by Parliament to Confront Imperialism

The new Anti-Imperialist Enabling Law for Peace" was formally approved by a 60% majority of Venezuela's parliament in

The Head of State’s request to make use of the country’s Constitutional Enabling Law was officially approved by the Venezuelan National Assembly in second discussion on Sunday. Maduro will use the law to pass legislation aimed at protecting the country from the growing threat from the United States. 

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UNASUR Rejects US Aggressions on Venezuela

The Union of South American Nations has rejected the U.S. approach to Venezuela. (Credit: teleSur English)

Venezuela received strong backing from the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) Saturday afternoon, at an emergency summit addressing the recent aggressions from US President Barack Obama.

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Venezuelan Social Movements Take to the Streets to Oppose U.S. Aggression

"A lot of balls and ovaries there are here to defend this land. Yankees of shit." An anti-imperialist refrain inspired

Venezuelan social movements converged in Plaza Venezuela in the center of the capital on Thursday to manifest their firm rejection of the latest round of U.S. sanctions.

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Venezuelan Assembly Grants Executive Powers while Military Drills in Defensive Exercises

Venezuelan President Maduro has solicited executive powers in order to deal with the imperialist threat. (Photo: NicolasMaduro.o

In response to US president Obama’s use of an executive order to sanction Venezuelan authorities, Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro requested decree powers to pass an “anti-imperialist law to prepare for all scenarios.” The National Assembly voted by majority their approval this on Wednesday morning.

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Venezuela Sounds Alarm after Obama Invokes International Emergency Act

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez. (AVN)

Venezuelan foreign minister Delcy Rodriguez sent an alert to universal solidarity groups this afternoon, indicating that recent actions taken by the US government are meant to justify "intervention," and do not correspond with international law.

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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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Venezuela’s Maduro Vows Equal Gender Representation for Parliament on International Women’s Day

2500 women from throughout Venezuela attended Sunday's congress, debating heated issues ranging from same-sex marriage to a

A series of other measures put forward by Venezuela’s National Women’s Congress were also approved by the president, who called for a debate on legalising same-sex marriage and abortion. 

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U.S. President Barack Obama Brands Venezuela a "Security Threat," Implements New Sanctions

The order targets a further 7 state officials for sanctions (Reuters)

U.S. President Barack Obama issued an executive order this Monday slapping Venezuela with new sanctions and declaring the Bolivarian nation  an "unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security".

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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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Maduro Unveils Further Evidence of ‘Blue Coup’ Plot

Maduro outlines the latest evidence of the coup plot on his weekly program “In Contact with Maduro,” on VTV state television

The Venezuelan president may call upon the United States to extradite a primary suspect, Carlos Osuna, who was recorded discussing the plot with a Venezuelan military official via Skype.

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UPDATED: Guyana Warns Venezuela Not to Interfere in Offshore Drilling Project in Disputed Waters

Map of Venezuela, the disputed Essequibo region is the Eastern leg, colored with red and white stripes. The area is considered b

According to Guyanese officials, Venezuelan foreign minister Delcy Rodriguez sent a letter to ExxonMobil’s Guyana office last month to oppose an offshore drilling project, as Venezuela claims jurisdiction over the maritime zone in question.

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Extreme Poverty in Venezuela Drops to Record Low

More than 36,000 Venezuelans escaped extreme poverty in 2014. (AVN)

The level of extreme poverty in Venezuela dropped to a record low of 5.4 percent in 2015, Social Development Minister Hector Rodriguez said Monday.

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