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After being removed from Venezuela and then invited back, CNN has deployed Christiane Amanpour to give a softball interview to NicolA s Maduro.
The armed forces and the police, and a few thousand licensed civilians, carry legal firearms, but there are hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions , of illegal weapons, according to Amnesty International.
LE HTINEN RALLIES FOR ISSUES IN VENEZUELA. THEY WANT TO STAND STRONG WITH THE VENEZUELAN PEOPLE.
Rule of law in Venezuela is weaker than anywhere else world in the world, as measured in the World Justice Report's annual index .
Roberto Lovato , a writer with New American Media who recently returned from reporting in Caracas.
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Bolivarian National Police officers take cover from exploding fireworks launched at them by anti-government demonstrators during clashes in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
Anti-government protesters erect a fiery barricade during clashes with police at Altamira square in Caracas March 6, 2014.
THE Department of Foreign Affairs on Friday asked over 100 Filipino nationals in troubled Venezuela to prepare for possible evacuation as it raised crisis alert level there to 2. "Filipinos in the area are advised to limit non-essential movements, to avoid public places, and to prepare for possible evacuation," the department said.
A year after President Hugo Chavez's death, Venezuela is mired in economic crisis and daily antigovernment protests, and for many people Wednesday's pomp-soaked anniversary of his passing was a time for genuine sadness and nostalgia.
Motorcyclists watch Bolivarian National Guards arrive after the motorcyclists tried to remove street barricades placed anti-government protesters, which broke out in clashes between them and the residents of Los Ruices neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
A National Guardsman and a civilian were killed Thursday in a clash between residents of a Caracas neighborhood and armed men who tried to remove a barricade, Venezuelan officials said.
A police officer and a civilian died Thursday during clashes in the Venezuelan capital Caracas, bringing to 20 the toll from a month of anti-government demonstrations in the divided country.
This video report by April Peavey for The World originally appeared on PRI.org on March 4, 2014 and is republished as part of a content sharing agreement.
As all of you already know, the situation in Venezuela is not getting better. Following orders directly from Havana, the regime of Cuba-puppet dictator Nicolas Maduro continues its heavy-handed repression of pro-democracy protestors.
United Nations human rights experts demanded answers Thursday from Venezuela's government about the use of violence and imprisonment in a crackdown on widespread demonstrations.
Mexico City. Johannesburg. Tiananmen. Tehran. Kiev. Caracas. We've seen this movie before.