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Indigenous Yukpa Leader Assassinated in Venezuela

The National Indian Council of Venezuela (CONIVE) vehemently denounced the indigenous chief’s murder on Sunday. (Twitter: Rusb

Cristóbal Romero was shot several times by armed assailants on Saturday night. 

 

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Venezuelan Supreme Court Blocks Parliamentary Motion to Remove Justices

Venezuela’s Supreme Court. (Archive)

Venezuela’s Supreme Court (TSJ) struck down Tuesday a parliamentary commission seeking to unseat the high court’s 13 justices over alleged constitutional violations.

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EU Foreign Ministers Back UNASUR-led Dialogue in Venezuela

The EU Foreign Ministers’ Council endorsed UNASUR-led dialogue efforts in Venezuela during a meeting in Brussels on Monday. (E

The European Union’s Council of Foreign Ministers voiced their support Monday for the dialogue efforts between the Venezuelan government. 

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Venezuela Opens Border Again but Many Return Empty Handed

Venezuelans return empty-handed from the Colombian border city of Cúcuta on July 16, 2016. (@GobiernoTachira)

Many Venezuelans found goods in Colombia to be prohibitively expensive as a result of an ongoing transport strike, which has led to a spike in prices. 

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Venezuela's National Assembly Declares Supreme Court Unconstitutional

The TSJ has repeatedly struck down legislation from the AN. (TeleSUR)

Venezuela's opposition-led parliament demanded Thursday that three members of the country's Supreme Court step down.

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Reports of Attacks Against Food Distribution Trucks Increase in Venezuela

A state operated food distribution truck in Catia, Caracas. (Bloomberg)

Local community councils and media have reported networks of re-sellers and gangs have orchestrated more than a dozen attacks and robberies in the last 90 days against food distribution trucks.

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Venezuelan Parliament Passes New Oil and Mining Laws in First Discussion

Venezuela's National Assembly in downtown Caracas. (archive)

The proposed amendment would reopen Venezuela’s oil servicing sector to private capital, prohibit further expropriations, and mandate the state pay compensation within 180 days. 

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Venezuela Backs Worker Takeover of Kimberley Clark as Citibank Moves to Close BCV Account

Labor Minister Oswaldo Vera signs a workers' petition to reopen the factory under worker control. (@Carluisv-@rogertradicio

Maduro green lighted a request by workers to occupy a factory owned by US consumer products giant Kimberly Clark after the latter shut its doors, firing nearly 1000 workers. 

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Maduro Creates New Supply Mission as Fresh Imports Arrive from Trinidad & Tobago

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaking at a council of ministers meeting on Monday. (Prensa Presidencial)

The president has announced a new production and distribution program for food and medicine tasked with addressing the nation’s chronic scarcities.

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Venezuela’s Maduro Announces Changes to Top Military Command

President Maduro at a military parade in commemoration of Venezuelan Independence Day. (AFP | Federico Parra)

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Thursday a shuffle of the nation’s top military commanders in a bid to strengthen the Bolivarian Armed Forces’ organization and preparedness.

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Venezuelan Opposition Sets New Conditions for Dialogue with Government

MUD General Secretary Jesus Torrealba. (Noticias 24)

Among the preconditions is a demand for the inclusion of the Vatican and the OAS as mediators as well as a timetable for the recall referendum to be held this year.

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US Congress Passes New Sanctions Against Venezuela

Senior Venezuelan officials including President Nicolas Maduro will continue to face travel bans and asset freezes in the United

The US House of Representatives approved Wednesday new sanctions aimed at freezing assets linked to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his top officials.

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Venezuela Slams Brazil’s “Immoral” Delay Tactics on Mercosur Presidency

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez. (Telesur)

Delcy Rodriguez blasted her Brazilian counterpart Jose Serra this Tuesday, after he forwarded a motion to postpone Venezuela’s newly appointed pro-tempore presidency of MERCOSUR.

 

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Venezuela Suspends Electricity Rationing as Historic Drought Comes to Close

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Monday his decision to suspend the South American country’s electricity rationing plan amid the arrival of the rainy season. 

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Venezuela Condemns Attacks in Bangladesh and Iraq

Venezuelan Foreign Ministry headquarters in downtown Caracas. (AVN)

Venezuela’s Foreign Ministry has released the following statement in solidarity with the victims of the attacks in Bangladesh and Iraq. 

 

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