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What is happening in Venezuela?
On Feb. 12, Venezuelan Youth Day and the commemoration of the independence battle of La Victoria, some university students and traditional conservative opposition groups took to the streets in Venezuela.
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Wednesday Mar 12
Tension in Maracaibo
As the situation in Venezuela becomes more tense with demonstrations and protests against the government.
Wednesday Mar 12
Catholic World News
Churches attacked, desecrated in Venezuela
"Some churches that are located in places where the conflict was high were attacked by violent groups," said an official of the bishops' conference.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Venezuelans hoist pots and pans to...
Armed with cooking pots in a potent symbol of Venezuela's chronic food shortages, several thousand people took to the streets of Caracas Saturday in the latest rally against President Nicolas Maduro.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Guarimba S.O.S Venezuela. Av. 23 Primero de mayo. Maracaibo - Edo. Zulia
Se creo una bandera de 11 metros con el propA3sito de ser escuchados, estamos cansados de tanto silencio y apatA a por parte del gobierno.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
What is Happening in Venezuela?
Demonstrators shout slogans during a march in Caracas on Sunday. This is not the first time, however, that the opposition movement has resorted to extra-parliamentary means to oust a sitting president in Venezuela.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Daily Caller
Young people lead the protests against Venezuela's socialist catastrophe
Turmoil and unrest have taken over Venezuela. Caracas, MA©rida, Lara, and Maracaibo bear witness to the upheaval produced by constant protests against NicolA s Maduro's socialist regime.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Behind the Headlines: Venezuela's Crisis
Opposition demonstrators participate in a women's rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government in San Cristobal on February 26. Venezuela 's economy is unraveling-and so is the confidence of the country's hard-hit population.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Green Left Weekly
Venezuela: Vandalism bill hits millions, Maduro proposes peace conference
Millions of dollars worth of damages to public property may have been caused by a wave of violence across Venezuela, according to government sources.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Pope worried over Venezuela violence
Speaking at the end of his weekly general audience, the Pope said he hoped that "violence and hostility will cease as soon as possible".
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
Q&A-What do protests in Venezuela mean for the oil industry?
Two weeks of violent protests in Venezuela have killed at least 13 people and raised doubts about what the unrest could mean for the oil industry, which accounts for 96 percent of the OPEC member nation's hard currency income.
The Miami Herald
Venezuela: Local protests with a global flavor
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Venezuelan protesters engineer barricades
Anti-government protesters in Venezuela are not short of imagination when it comes to blocking streets in cities across the country, even as the President calls for dialogue.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Protesters back in streets in Venezuela
Socialist President Nicolas Maduro was trying Monday to gather support for an end to protests against his rule as demonstrations continued to show up in the streets and a governor from his own party lashed out a him for using excessive force.
Opposition blocks roads in Venezuelan capital
Traffic came to a halt Monday in parts of the Venezuelan capital as opposition protesters erected barricades across major thoroughfares in a continuation of the unrest that has roiled the country for nearly two weeks.
Maracaibo, Zulia - Venezuela
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Sun Feb 23, 2014
A Sketch of the Venezuelan Crisis
As reported by Venezuela's Education and Human Rights Action Program , on February 12, student organizations and opposition parties called for marches in various parts of Venezuela to demand the release of students that had been detained in different cities.
Catholic priest who exposed Cuba's takeover of Venezuela beaten ...
Reports have surfaced that an outspoken Catholic priest in Maracaibo, Venezuela was viciously beaten unconscious late last week by armed security forces of Venezuela's Cuba-backed and Castro-controlled dictatorship.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Daily Herald
Venezuelan consulates in ABC islands closed
Venezuela closed its consulates in the ABC islands Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao after a Venezuelan man rammed his sports utility vehicle through the front of the Venezuelan consulate in Aruba around 4:00am Friday, amid mounting unrest in his home country.
Fact or fiction in Venezuela?
The images of the Venezuela protests spreading online have been a mix of truths and half-truths, with some actually showing other world events.