News from the Americas

News from the Americas

Venezuela Top Prosecutor (Attorney General Tarek William Saab) says 34 Involved In Failed Assassination of MaduroThe Public Prosecutor's office has delivered the information to Interpol in a record time and with great detail about those involved in the failed attack,…
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Venezuela Announces Minimum Wage Increase, Economic Recovery Measures Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Friday the increase of the national minimum wage to half a Petro (the country’s recently-launched cryptocurrency), or 1,800 sovereign bolivares. Although Maduro did not specify a date…
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World Extends Solidarity to Venezuela's Maduro After Attack Source: teleSUR TV Bolivia's Evo Morales was among the first to comment, posting on Twitter: "Now the empire and its servants threaten his life." Messages and statements of support and solidarity from…
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Colombia's Uribe To US Business Leaders: Help Take Out Maduro Published 8 Aug 2018Source: teleSUR TV Former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe is recorded telling US business leaders that Venezuela's military should 'remove' Maduro; Uribe later tweets the same message. A…
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Venezuelans March in Support of Maduro After Failed Attack Published 8 Aug 2018Source: teleSUR TV The march started at the center of Caracas and end at the Miraflores government palace, where President Maduro will give a speech. Venezuelans started gathering…
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Cuban Dancers Gain Panamian Admiration By Nubia Piqueras Grosso Panama, Jul 8 (Prensa Latina) Twists, jumps, balance and a high level of interpretation resulted in the triumphs of Cubans Viengsay Valdes and Osiel Gouneo, who put the Panamanians on their…
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The Venezuelan people offered the world a lesson Voters went to the polls to support the process of change initiated by Hugo Chávez and re-elected President Maduro, despite the right wing boycott and international pressures Author: International news staff |…
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The Caribbean Celebrates the Fire Festival in Santiago de Cuba Published 8 July 2018 The Fire Festival is going on in Santiago de Cuba, considered “the most Caribbean city” on the island, aiming to celebrate the Caribbean people, its culture…
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Caracas, June 2 (RHC)-- The Venezuelan government has begun releasing a number of opposition activists and politicians, who were facing trial due to their participation in or inciting a series of violent actions that left nearly 200 people dead between…
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