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  1. Venezuela allows soldiers to use deadly force against 'threatening' protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | South China Morning Post

    Venezuelan soldiers can open fire on demonstrators if they feel their lives are at risk, under a new regulation published one year after anti-government riots left 43 people dead. The rules announced on Thursday outlined procedures for soldiers to maintain public order, going up gradually from asserting an "imposing presence" to the use of deadly force.

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  2. Reporter, interrogated while in Venezuela, pops up in tourism adRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    A Venezuelan tourism ad shows U.S. journalist Jim Wyss in 2013 after he was held two nights. The wording: "We love Venezuela for receiving foreigners like one of our own."

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  3. Extreme body art on display in tattoo exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | USA Today

    Fans of extreme body art showed off their modifications Thursday at the annual Venezuelan Tattoo Convention in Caracas. Extreme body art on display in tattoo exhibition Fans of extreme body art showed off their modifications Thursday at the annual Venezuelan Tattoo Convention in Caracas.

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  4. Venezuela confirms shooting down small plane near ArubaRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | AlertNet

    Venezuela said on Friday it shot down a civilian plane after it ignored communications off its Caribbean coast near the island of Aruba, but denied any violation of international airspace. Authorities on Aruba, a semi-autonomous island that is part of the kingdom of the Netherlands, had said on Thursday the aircraft being pursued by Venezuelan military jets went down off its coast, with human remains and packages of drugs visible in the water.

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  5. Venezuela authorizes use of deadly force at demosRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    Venezuelan soldiers can open fire on demonstrators if they feel their lives are at risk, under a new regulation published one year after anti-government riots left 43 people dead. CARACAS: Venezuelan soldiers can open fire on demonstrators if they feel their lives are at risk, under a new regulation published one year after anti-government riots left 43 people dead.

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  6. Venezuela jails fuel distribution boss on suspected corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | AlertNet

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  7. Teen arrested in killing of former Miss Venezuela, husbandRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Venezuelan Monica Spear was crowned Miss Venezuela in 2004. Gunmen shot her and her husband when their car broke down on a highway.

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  8. Judgment on a Gray Beach to Run 3/6-15 at La MaMaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Elia Schneider, formerly of Venezuela, is known for hauntingly visual productions which transcend language with strong imagery and a dreamlike fresco of movement and design. In "Judgment on a Gray Beach," her newest work, themes of exile and totalitarianism are explored by a condemned man--he knows not for what--on a beach populated with ten sheepish antiheroes who agree to obey absurd laws and nonsensical orders.

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  9. Smugglers Toss Lifeline to Venezuela's Vanishing Coffee FarmersRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    With Venezuelans unable to find their country's coffee in supermarkets, the nation's embattled farmers are turning to an unlikely source of relief: Colombia, one of the world's most competitive markets. Battered by fertilizer shortages and forced to sell below the cost of production, growers in Venezuela's western coffee region are illegally selling their produce to middlemen who then transport it over the Colombian border, producers say.

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  10. The day in photos: Jan. 30, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Door Reminder

    The day in photos: Jan. 30, 2015 Mary Jose Cristerna, a Mexican known as The Vampire Woman, poses for the public to take portraits of her during the annual Venezuela Tattoo International Expo in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. Tattoo artists from around the world are gathering for the four-day event that also includes under the skin implants and body piercing.

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  11. Petrostates Have a Cheap Oil MaladyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Cato Institute

    While consumers in the United States and Europe are cheering low prices at the pump, a variety of states that depend on oil revenue are expecting a period of uncertain income and budget shortfalls. Unfortunately, rather than encourage reform in these typically corrupt and authoritarian countries, the pressure of low oil prices is likely to result in increased instability.

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  12. Spring-Break-March Delegation to Venezuela: The Revolution ContinuesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Indybay.org

    While the mainstream media speculates about the future of the Bolivarian Revolution since the passing of Hugo Chavez, for the Venezuelan popular sectors, there is no turning back to a state of marginalization and exclusion. Come learn about the process currently transpiring in Venezuela as the people, faithful to the legacy of Chavez, deepen and further radicalize their struggle in defense of the Bolivarian Revolution.

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  13. In pictures: Our picture editor selects the best images from around the globe, January 30Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    OUR daily picture editor's gallery shows off some of the most spectacular images taken by the world's top photographers. IN today's gallery, a three-month-old Bengal Tiger Cub is dried after a bath before being given a rabies vaccine by zookeeper at Mangkang zoo in Semarang, Central Java.

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  14. Hell comes to earth: Incredible and macabre scenes captured on film at extreme body art conventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    Among the astonishing body art enthusiasts was a Mexican called 'Vampire Woman' because of her horns, red tattooed eyes and head-to-toe tattoos These incredible pictures show some of the most extreme body art in the world, including a Guinness World Record holder. They were taken at the Expo Tatoo Venezuela, which is taking place over this weekend in the South American nation's capital of Caracas.

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  15. Metrospaces Announces the Launch of Its First Boutique Hotel Investment Fund for Latin AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AndhraNews

    The Company's CEO Daniel Silva said: "We will seek to launch fund raising for the boutique hotel fund in the next 30-60 days. The fund's name will be Boutique Hotel RE Partners I and will seek to raise $15-25 million.

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  16. Heckling a Muslim rally in Today in PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Alabama Live

    Hecklers hold signs and yell to disrupt a group gathered for a Texas Muslim Capitol Day rally on Thursday in Austin, Texas. Hundreds of Muslims gathered for the rally as part of their biennial Texas Capitol lobbying day.

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  17. Colombia Takes a Stand Against Venezuela's Socialist GovernmentRead the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has decided to crack down on Venezuela's socialist government as ask for the freedom of a prominent opposition leader. In the past Colombia has preferred a hands-off approach in dealing with Venezuela, in hopes for the country's support in peace talks with Colombian rebels.

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  18. Video shows meeting that snared scientistRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Surveillance video shows a former scientist, Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni, now sentenced to prison, in a meeting with an undercover FBI agent he believed to be a Venezuelan government official. Rough Cut ==RESENDING WITH UPDATED HEADLINE=== ROUGH CUT Surveillance video released by the U.S. Department of Justice shows Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni, a a former scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, in a meeting with a person he believed to be a Venezuelan government official.

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  19. China education minister demands rejection of Western valuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Sun

    China's education minister has demanded strict adherence to communist ideological purity in higher education, saying Western values must never be permitted to infiltrate the classroom. The official Xinhua News Agency said Yuan Guiren reiterated the ruling Communist Party's control over education and said educators must ensure that teaching materials do not criticize the party's leadership or the socialist system.

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  20. 10 Things to Know for FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Sun

    His pitch in this year's budget comes with the added oomph of an improving economy and big recent declines in federal deficits. Breast-feeding is thought to help protect children against a number of health ills - but it's much less common among U.S. black women than in whites and others.

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