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Venezuelan Court Orders Mayors of Protest-Stricken Regions to Clear Roads

Protesters blocking a highway in Caracas, using fencing to create a barricade. (AVN)

Venezuela’s highest court ordered a group of municipal governments to ensure citizens can exercise their right to free movement, including by clearing critical thoroughfares of opposition barricades.

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Venezuelan Soldiers Arrested, 70 Businesses Looted in Miranda State

The remains of a barricade on a Miranda highway. (AVN)

Another Venezuelan police officer has died Friday after allegedly being shot by opposition protesters, while unrest continued in the states of Miranda and Aragua.

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Venezuela: a Threat to US Energy Hegemony?

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Raul Burbano argues the US ‘concern’ over Venezuela is all about oil, not democracy.

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Venezuelan Opposition Accused of Attacking Maternity Hospital, 10 Dead in Riot

Anti-government protests and riots have left at least 10 people dead in Caracas overnight. (Reuters)

Venezuela’s opposition has been accused of endangering the lives of more than 50 newborn babies, while at least 10 people have died in a riot.

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Venezuela Foils ‘Right-Wing Coup Plot’, Arrests More Opposition Politicians

Interior minister Nestor Reverol announced the latest arrests Thursday. (@NestorReverol)

Venezuelan authorities arrested Thursday two opposition politicians and a general after allegedly plotting to destabilise the country.

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Venezuela Authorities Detain Opposition Legislator on Charges of Terrorism

Gilber Caro. (Archive)

Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami confirmed Wednesday that Popular Will (VP) party legislator Gilber Alexander Caro Alfonzo was detained in connection to terrorist acts.

 

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Venezuelan Socialist Politician Slain in 'Vile' Killing

Marco Tulio Carrillo was “shot repeatedly” outside his home in Trujillo Thursday night, according to prosecutors. (@Gonzalez

Venezuelan authorities announced Friday they were investigating the killing of a socialist politician in Trujillo state.

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Miracles Do Happen: Venezuela Relabeled a Democracy in Wake of Opposition Win

Opposition leaders celebrated their victory in a public announcement before the first CNE bulletin was even released. (Reuters)

Last night, as the results of the December 6th elections were announced, spontaneous parties broke out in the urban centers of Venezuela. Fireworks were launched, horns were honked to no end. Just hours before, the same people were howling via social media to the world about the totalitarian dictatorship imposed by Nicolas Maduro. 

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