Expressions of solidarity and condolences have been flooding into Venezuelananalysis.com directly, as well as being put up on the internet and passed around on social networks. Here we include a collection of those expressions of solidarity that we have received or come across from activist and political groups and their representatives, as well as a photos of solidarity actions around the world.
More than 150 people gathered in the capital Caracas on Wednesday to show support for the Palestinian people, while the Venezuelan National Assembly approved a measure condemning the recent Israeli military attacks on the Gaza Strip.
The Venezuelan government has begun to send shipments of over 646 tons of much needed humanitarian aid to Cuba and Haiti after the both countries were hit by hurricane Sandy last week. The aid includes mostly non-perishable food items and water, as well as machinery to help remove debris.
Nothing quite prepares you for a first visit to Venezuela ― especially when the country is polarised between two very different visions for the future. The atmosphere was like nothing I'd experienced in any election campaign in Australia.
Presidents, politicians and various solidarity groups have sent public messages of support for current Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and the Bolivarian revolution ahead of next Sunday's presidential election.
The Union of South American States (UNASUR) threw its support behind Ecuador in its diplomatic dispute with Britain over Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, after a meeting of UNASUR foreign ministers yesterday inGuayaquil, Ecuador.
On Wednesday Venezuela celebrated the 229th anniversary of the birth of Liberator Simon Bolivar, while around the world over 100 cities showed their solidarity with President Hugo Chavez and the Bolivarian revolution.