Aragua, Venezuela Newswire

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  1. Judge Rules in Derwick Executives' FavorRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    A New York federal judge has amended a lawsuit filed against two Derwick executives and an important Venezuelan business man to remove all racketeering and conspiracy claims made against them After reviewing a lawsuit filed by former ambassador Otto Reich against two of Derwick's executives and a Venezuelan business man, Judge J. Paul Oetken of the ... (more)


  2. Capturing a musical monster - Mahler's 8th SymphonyRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Seattle Gay News

    With the help of Gustavo Dudamel , well over a thousand players and singers, and especially the utterly thrilling sound on this new Blu-ray from Caracas, Venezuela, it finally makes sense to me.


  3. Shortage-weary Venezuelans Scoff at Fingerprinting Plan for Food SalesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Voice of America

    People hold their groceries as they line up to pay the cashier at a supermarket in Caracas, Veneuela, Aug. 21, 2014.


  4. Goodbye, Columbus: Seattle commission wants name stricken from holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Christopher Columbus Sebastiano del Piombo Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City Photo: Eric SA House - Carle, Getty Images The Seattle Human Rights Commission is doubling down on its effort to purge Columbus Day from its list of city celebrations, and have it replaced in the Emerald City with "Indigenous Peoples' Day."


  5. OPEC August Crude Output Rises to One-Year High on NigeriaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    OPEC crude oil production increased to a one-year high in August, led by surging output in Nigeria, a Bloomberg survey showed.


  6. Schirmer pens 'Never a Dull Moment'Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Tribune News

    Cartersville author Ralph Schirmer is pictured with his book, "Never a Dull Moment: From Fukuoka 1936 and thereabouts to Cartersville 2014 and thereabouts ..." SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News For Cartersville resident Ralph Schirmer, life is an adventure, full of experiences to treasure and remember.


  7. Venezuela Still Deteriorating From SocialismRead the original story

    Yesterday | ParaPundit

    But even hard-core Chavistas aren't convinced. 'How much further can we sink?' says Alicia Torres, a 53-year-old housewife in Caracas who voted for Maduro in special elections last year and now regrets her decision.


  8. In Venezuela, cheap gasoline prices stir debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Miami Herald

    Venezuelan authorities recently said they were mulling increasing gas prices. But with congressional elections looming and political instability in the wings, some wonder if it will happen.


  9. Kenner man mired in Caribbean assassination intrigueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    Authorities in Curacao want a man who has been living in Kenner to return to the tiny Caribbean island to face charges in a murder-for-hire plot with ties to the assassination of minister of parliament.


  10. Currency Spat Strands Venezuela FliersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wall Street Journal

    CARACAS, Venezuela-When this city's professional soccer club traveled to a key match in Peru, its tough rival wasn't the only challenge.


  11. UVU golf: Wolverine women's season gets underway FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Deseret News

    UVU senior golfer Heather Mathison hits her ball onto the green. She is one of the Wolverines' team captains this season.


  12. Venezuelan Bolivar Plunges to Record Low on Black Market; Bond Default Coming Up in October?Read the original story

    Thursday | Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis

    Venezuela allows "very limited" trading at 50 to the US dollar in a parallel exchange called Sicad II.


  13. Stolen Matisse masterpiece goes on wild ride, now back in VenezuelaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Miami Herald

    "Odalisque in Red Pants" by Henri Matisse has been returned to the Caracas Museum of Contemporary Art after being recovered by federal agents in Miami two years ago.


  14. FBI Delayed Returning Stolen Matisse Painting to Venezuela Over Concerns It Was Looted by NazisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Miami New Times

    In a rare interview, FBI agents say that they delayed the return of a stolen $4 million Henri Matisse painting to Venezuela because of concerns that the painting had originally been looted by Nazis during World War II.


  15. Alaska Is a Petrol StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Slate Magazine

    Americans tends to look down on most of the world's petrol states: countries that depend disproportionately on the extraction of oil and gas for industry, tax revenue, and international legitimacy.


  16. Venezuelan government announces mandatory biometric cards to control supermarket shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    Venezuela's continuing experiment with Marxist socialism continues to be an abject failure -- as much as every other country's experimentation with Marxist socialism -- as evidenced by the country's shrinking productivity, tanking economy and shortages of basic goods.


  17. EXCLUSIVE: I survived South Amercan prison gang hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Star

    Oliver Vella, 35, was banged up in a Venezuelan prison where rival gangs fought gun battles and inmates were beheaded and chopped up with chainsaws.


  18. Trapped in Venezuela: Airlines Abandon Fliers Amid Currency DisputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 27 | Wall Street Journal

    CARACAS, Venezuela-When this city's professional soccer club traveled to a key match in Peru, its tough rival wasn't the only challenge.


  19. New Pew poll in Venezuela shows Venezuelans prefer U.S. to the...Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 27 | Babalu Blog

    Venezuela has had a rough year. With inflation topping 60% in May, new talk of raising the country's incredibly low gas prices and shortages of goods ranging from coffee to toilet paper , the socialist government is reaching out to allies in an effort to alleviate the country's pervasive economic problems.


  20. Metrospaces Presents Orinoco Oil Belt Hotel Architectural Project And UpdateRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 27 | MacReport Media RSS Feed

    "We are very happy to present the architectural project for our Orinoco Oil Belt Hotel, formally named 'Hotel Santo Cristo de for planning approval, and to the Ministry of Tourism for pre-approval for commercial banking financing in the coming weeks.