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Venezuela's Maduro Faces Pressure From Much Of The World, Yet He Persists
Clad in a dazzling white shirt, Nicolás Maduro is standing at a podium, grinning through his mustache, and waving his hands at his supporters. "Hands off Venezuela, Mr. Imperator Donald Trump!" he shouts, waving his hands still more, to emphasize his point. "Get out of Venezuela, imperial Yankee!"
'Horror, fear, despair': Venezuela's oil capital shattered by 'tsunami' of violent looting
Some liken the damage wrought on Venezuela’s second city to a natural disaster. Others suspect Satanic intervention. “El demonio,” says Betty Méndez, a local shopkeeper, by way of explanation for the wave of looting and unrest that convulsed Maracaibo earlier this month.
US cautions Russia over military mission in Venezuela
CARACAS, Venezuela – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told the Russian foreign minister that Russia's dispatch of military personnel to Venezuela is increasing tensions there.
Venezuela on the Verge of Collapse
Historic City News readers are patriotically invited to attend the open meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party tomorrow, Tuesday, March 26th at 6:30 p.m., held at the Village Inn located at 900 N. Ponce de Leon Boulevard, St. Augustine. Our guest speaker will be Venezuelan, Henry Gutierrez.
Russia's Lavrov tells Pompeo U.S. tried to organize Venezuela coup
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday that he believed the United States had tried to organize a coup in Venezuela and this violated the United Nations charter, the foreign ministry said.
Venezuela Ready for War: Russian Troops and the S300
– THE ANTI-AIRCRAFT MISSILES S-300 ARE ALSO AVAILABLE. – EXPLOSIONS AND SABOTAGIES IN DISTRICT FOR DAYS. Real-time news from Venezuela with links to the main articles. UPDATE 24 MARCH AT 17 ITALY (12 VENEZUELA)
Venezuela blames ‘attack’ for another crippling blackout
CARACAS – Venezuela blamed an “attack” on its electric system for a blackout on Monday, the second to hit the OPEC nation this month, that shuttered businesses, plunged the main airport into darkness and left commuters stranded in the capital.
How Much Longer Will Nicolas Maduro Stay in Power in Venezuela?
A pre-dawn raid by Nicolas Maduro’s secret police resulted in the arrest of one of Interim Venezuelan President Juan Guaido’s senior aides, and now Guaido is holding rallies and claims the embattled Maduro’s regime cannot last much longer.
Nearly 100 troops have reportedly been flown into Venezuela as Caracas and Moscow move to strengthen ties
CARACAS (Reuters) - Two Russian air force planes landed at Venezuela's main airport on Saturday carrying a Russian defense official and nearly 100 troops, according to media reports, amid strengthening ties between Caracas and Moscow.
Cuban American Bar Association Condemns Cuba's Government for Role in Venezuela Crisis
Maria Garcia, president of the Cuban American Bar Association and an attorney with Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton. The Cuban American Bar Association released a statement on Monday stiffly condemning the Cuban government for its ongoing support of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as the much of the
The Latest: Blackouts again hit much of Venezuela
CARACAS, Venezuela – The Latest on Venezuela's political and economic crisis (all times local):. Power outages have hit across Caracas and in other parts of Venezuela about two weeks after the country suffered its worst blackouts ever.
Pompeo warns Russia about its military presence in Venezuela
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told his Russian counterpart Monday that the United States “will not stand idly by” if Russia continues to send military personnel to Venezuela to prop up President Nicolás Maduro, the State Department said.
Oil rebounds as growth angst eases and Venezuela tensions mount
Oil rebounded along with global markets as pessimism over the global growth outlook eased a little, while rising tension in Venezuela revived fears of supply losses. Futures rose as much as 1.4 percent in New York after falling about 2 percent over the previous two sessions. U.S. Secretary of State
Venezuela says Russian planes land for military cooperation
CARACAS, Venezuela – A Venezuelan official says Russian aircraft arrived in Caracas this weekend as part of ongoing military cooperation between the two allies. The official said Sunday that Russian military officials are visiting to discuss equipment maintenance and training, and strategy. The offi
Moderate earthquake, 5.6 mag has occurred near La Libertad in El Salvador
A moderate earthquake magnitude 5.6 (ml/mb) has occurred on Tuesday, 110 kilometers (68 miles) from La Libertad in El Salvador. The epicenter was at a depth of 10 km (6 miles). Exact location, longitude -89.2334° West, latitude 12.4956° North, depth = 10 km. Event id: us1000jlpq. Ids that are associ
Venezuela shuts schools and tells workers to stay home after power outages
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Two Russian Planes Land in Caracas, Exacerbating Political Tension
CARACAS, Venezuela — A visit to Venezuela by two military airplanes from Russia, which landed in broad daylight at the international airport in Caracas, has set off alarms that the Kremlin might be acting more brazenly to protect President Nicolás Maduro from the uprising against him.
Russian Military Officials in Venezuela for Defense Industry Talks
Day seven of major power outages across Venezuela that, coupled with a water shortage and medical supply emergency, has citizens taking desperate measures; Gillian Turner reports.
US, Russia lock horns over Venezuela, raising the stakes
The US and Russia clashed publicly over Venezuela on Monday, raising geopolitical stakes over the oil-producing nation after Moscow sent dozens of soldiers to Caracas amid what it alleged was a budding "coup."
Neighboring nations grapple with diplomatic fallout from Venezuela power struggle
BOGOTA, Colombia — When Lorena Delgado approached the Venezuelan consulate in Colombia's capital on a recent afternoon hoping to extend the life of her expiring passport, she found the metal gates to the languishing building shuttered.