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Berta Cáceres’ Organization Expresses Solidarity with Bolivarian Revolution

Thousands of Venezuelan women marched Saturday chanting "No to violence, yes to peace and to life" to voice their supp

The indigenous organization of recently assassinated leader Berta Cáceres expressed their solidarity with Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution and especially women in light of recent opposition violence and US threats for tougher sanctions.

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Venezuela and Bolivia Condemn “Coup” at OAS

Honduran OAS ambassador Leonidas Rosa Bautista (right) acted as "interim president" in what was widely denounced as an

Caracas and La Paz condemned a "coup" in the OAS after 15 member-states approved a resolution on Venezuela in violation of internal norms. 

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Venezuela’s Maduro Rejects US “Intervention” in Honduras

Hondurans voting on Sunday (Eduardo Verdugo/AP)

Yesterday Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro criticised US “intervention” in the internal affairs of Latin American countries, and in the Honduran elections.

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The New York Times on Venezuela and Honduras: A Case of Journalistic Misconduct

(The Guardian)

As a careful examination of the language and coverage of nearly four years of New York Times articles reveals, concern for freedom and democracy in Latin America has not been an honest concern for the liberal media institution.

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Chavez, Colombia and the Zelaya Deal

In this interview with Paul Jay from TheRealNews, Gregory Wilpert, founder of Venezuelanalysis, discusses the recent foreign policy choices of the Chávez government. Analysing topical issues such as Venezuela's growing relationship with Colombia and Venezuela's vote in favour of allowing Honduras back into the Organization of American States (OAS), Wilpert considers the motivation behind these decisions and how this relates to the Venezuelan left.

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Chavez, Colombia and the Zelaya Deal

In this video Gregory Wilpert, founder of Venezuelanalysis, discusses the recent foreign policy choices of the Chávez government. Analysing topical issues such as Venezuela's growing relationship with Colombia and Venezuela's vote in favour of allowing Honduras back into the Organization of American States (OAS), Wilpert considers the motivation behind these decisions and how this relates to the Venezuelan left.

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Honduran President Denies “Secret Pact” with Venezuela

Porfirio Lobo denies 'secret pact' with Venezuela (La Tribuna).

Following claims made by U.S. newspaper El Nuevo Herald earlier this week, the Honduran government has denied that it made a “secret pact” with Venezuela to implement “Socialism of the 21st Century” in the Central American nation.

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Chavez’s Right Turn: State Realism versus International Solidarity

Petras argues that, the government of Hugo Chavez has arrested a number of Colombian guerrilla leaders and a radical journalist with Swedish citizenship and handed them over to the right-wing regime of President Juan Manuel Santos, earning the Colombian government’s praise and gratitude.  The close on-going collaboration between a leftist President with such a regime has led to widespread protests throughout Latin America and Europe, while pleasing the Euro-American imperial establishment.

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Venezuela Votes in Favor of Honduras Return to OAS, “With Reservations”

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro speaking of Venezuela’s “reservations” when voting to readmit Honduras to the

On Wednesday the Venezuelan government voted “with reservations” for the return of Honduras to the Organization of American States (OAS). Insisting on the need for “justice” in cases of human rights violations tied to the 2009 coup d'état against democratically-elected president Manuel Zelaya – which resulted in Honduras’ expulsion from the OAS – Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro welcomed the country’s return to the OAS as well as “reconciliation” efforts underway in the Central American nation.

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Venezuelan Government Helps Successfully Mediate Honduras Agreement

Honduran President Porfirio Lobo (left), shakes hands with Manuel Zelaya, as Colombian President Juan Santos and Venezuelan Fore

Venezuela’s President Chavez applauded the signing of an agreement in Colombia, which will allow Manuel Zelaya, the president of Honduras overthrown in a coup in 2009, to return there.

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