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August 2013 Delegation to Venezuela: The Revolution Continues
While the mainstream media speculates about the future of the Bolivarian Revolution since the passing of Hugo Chavez, for the Venezuelan people, there is no question.
6 hrs ago
Inside Caracas: The Story of a Political Prisoner
In my previous article about Chavez following his death in March, I used a personal example as evidence for the evils of his regime.
8 hrs ago
Inter Press Service
Film on Sexual Abuse Wins at Colombia-Venezuela Festival
Twelve feature-length and 10 short films were screened at the May 13-16 festival, held in the border cities of CAocuta in northeastern Colombia and San CristA3bal in western Venezuela.
13 hrs ago
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Venezuelan opposition leader sued in Colombia
Source: Colombia Reports Venezuelan opposition leader sued in Colombia posted by Adriaan Alsema May 16, 2013 Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles and Colombian former President Alvaro Uribe have been sued for trying to disrupt exports to Venezuela and destabilize their governments.
18 hrs ago
Venezuela's Popular Militias and the Revolution
Film historian Ed Rampell details Hollywood's entangled relationship with the CIA and the Pentagon; HOUSES OF THE DEAD: Nancy Kurshan exposes the cruel human rights offenses taking place inside America's vast gulag of Control Unit Prisons; BROTHERHOOD OF SUMMER: David Macaray charts the history of the most powerful union in the US: the Baseball ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
89-Year-Old's Toilet Paper Hunt Shows Venezuela Shortages Deepen
Encarnacion Rivas, an 89-year-old Venezuelan retiree, had to traipse around a half-dozen stores in Caracas on her search for toilet paper as dollar shortages in South America 's biggest oil producer reduce supplies of imported goods.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Roiled over rolls: No toilet paper has Venezuelans fuming
A customer leaves a private supermarket with her purchases, including toilet paper, in Caracas, Venezuela, on May 15.
The Miami Herald
Venezuela's military enters high-crime slums
Stern-looking soldiers clutching assault rifles wave down the beat-up Chevy Caprice entering this sprawling slum on the outskirts of Caracas.
Venezuelan Toilet Paper Shortage Causing Long Lines
Venezuelans are used to shortages. But now they are desperately running short of one thing normally taken for granted.
Thu May 16, 2013
Now Venezuela is running out of toilet paper
First milk, butter, coffee and cornmeal ran short. Now Venezuela is running out of the most basic of necessities - toilet paper.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Miami Herald
Copperbox chef wowing diners at dinner-party-like atelier nights
For Gabriela Machado, creating an exquisite amuse bouche — her foie gras crème brulee with Grand Marnier crackle and gold leaf, for example — begins where all of her recipes do: in her boundless culinary imagination.
Tue May 14, 2013
Venezuela Food MakerDenies Blame for Shortages
CARACAS, Venezuela VenezuelaA s biggest food company on Monday hit back at President Nicolas MaduroA s claims that itA s to blame for the countryA s persistent food shortages.
With Dulce Rosa, an Isabel Allende Story Becomes Opera
It's taken 11 years to get director-lyricist Richard Sparks and composer Lee Holdridge's new opera, Dulce Rosa , from the germ of an idea to a full production.
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Standard things that cause disturbance in a concert range from mobile phones to whistling hearing aids.
Malaysian National News Agency
Venezuela Unveils New Security Plan
CARACAS, May 14 -- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Monday launched a new security plan that involves military troops in curbing street crime.
Maduro sends troops to fight crime in Caracas streets
PanARMENIAN.Net - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday, May 13, sent some 3,000 troops into the streets of the capital of Caracas to crack down on rampant crime, Reuters reported.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Times of Israel
Venezuela's 'anti-Semitic' leader admits Jewish ancestry
Venezuela's newly elected President Nicolas Maduro celebrates his victory at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, April 14, 2013.
Gov't advances $2.5B to Essequibo rice farmers
Minister of Agriculture, Dr Leslie Ramsammy, yesterday said that while information is still being gathered, the first round of payments to rice farmers, from a $2.5 billion government advance began on Wednesday of last week.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Interview with Sammy Eppel: The Jews of Venezuela
Manfred Gerstenfeld interviews Sammy Eppel, member of the governing body of Venezuelan Jews, on the continuing hostile attitude towards Jews in Venezuela.
Iran's Ahmadinejad may face charges over election appearance with aide
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad waves to supporters during a ceremony to swear Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro into office, in Caracas April 19, 2013.