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  1. Venezuela seeks to annul vote to reinstate lawmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Bangkok Post

    Venezuela's attorney general made a request to nullify the National Assembly's decision to reinstate three lawmakers accused of voting fraud. A member of Venezuela's opposition holds a national flag in front of police during a demonstration in Caracas to demand electoral authorities allow a referendum on removing President Nicolas Maduro from power The opposition-controlled National Assembly swore in three suspended lawmakers from the southern state Amazonas Thursday, which the attorney general's office said "has generated an absolutely unconstitutional and unlawful situation that cannot be recognized or supported by agencies and entities of public administration."


  2. Photos of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Reuters

    Law enforcement officers seen in a reflection gather in front of the Living Faith Christian Center before funeral services begin for Baton Rouge Police Department officer Montrell Jackson in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman Law enforcement officers seen in a reflection gather in front of the Living Faith Christian Center before funeral services begin for Baton Rouge Police Department officer Montrell Jackson in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


  3. Purebred dogs, cats go homeless in Venezuela because owners can't afford themRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fox News

    House pets have become the latest victims of Venezuela's acute economic crisis. Since the beginning of the year, more and more pedigree dogs and cats have been seen wandering the streets and public spaces across the country because their owners can no longer afford them.


  4. July 29, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Voice of America

    Pope Francis, background, is framed by a barbed wire as he prays in front of the memorial at the former Nazi death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, in Oswiecim, Poland. Francis paid a somber visit to the camp Friday, becoming the third consecutive pontiff to make the pilgrimage to the place where Adolf Hitler's forces killed more than 1 million people, most of them Jews.


  5. Venezuela's Armed Forces Tighten Grip As Food Crisis GrowsRead the original story

    Friday | WINN FM 98.9

    When two trucks loaded with soldiers pulled up outside his butcher shop in the Barrio UniA3n slum of eastern Caracas, Daniel felt a deep unease. "They went into all the shops in the area, forcing us to sell at a loss," says Daniel, not his real name, of the incident earlier this month.


  6. The Venezuelan government has started enslaving its own peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Silicon Alley Insider

    An elderly worker rest after a day's work in the expropriated Fundo Aracal in the state of Yaracuy, about 332 km west of Caracas August 27, 2007. Amnesty International says a new decree in Venezuela that says the government can make any of its citizens farm the country's fields in order to combat its current, punishing food crisis " The decree, officially published earlier this week, establishes that people working in public and private companies can be called upon to join state-sponsored organizations specialized in the production of food," Amnesty International reported.


  7. AMERICA/VENEZUELA - Campaign on several fronts to discredit the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fides News

    Bishop Ramon Ovidio PA rez Morales, emeritus of the Venezuelan diocese of Los Teques and former President of the Venezuelan Catholic Bishops' Conference , has warned the people beware of attacks by Nicolas Maduro's government against the local Catholic Church to discredit it in the eyes of the people. On his Twitter account, on 27 July Bishop PA rez Morales posted this message: " Church attacked on several fronts: irruptions in homes, network cloning, media attacks.


  8. USW to host Venezuelan millersRead the original story

    Friday | World-Grain

    Quality control and purchasing managers from three Venezuelan flour mills will visit the U.S. states of North Dakota, Nebraska, , Kansas, , and Ohio, July 31 to Aug. 6, to learn more about the value of working with the U.S. wheat supply chain. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service and the U.S. Wheat Associates are sponsoring this trade team in cooperation with the North Dakota Wheat Commission, Nebraska Wheat Board, Kansas Wheat Commission and Ohio Small Grains Marketing Program.


  9. Venezuela's PDVSA hit by shady dealsRead the original story

    Friday | Buenos Aires Herald

    Multi-billion dollar contract handed to inexperienced Colombian firm puts corruption in focus CARACAS/BOGOT - Even for Venezuela's opaque economy, it was a sweetheart deal that went too far. Last August, state oil company PDVSA issued one of its largest tenders in recent years: a multi-billion dollar project in the Orinoco Belt, the world's largest crude reserve.


  10. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Friday |

    Have you ever wondered what it might look like if a cult that enabled death and destruction and chaos and anarchy had its own national convention? I have. Preceding that convention, we might already presumably know something about that cult, as well as its goals and objectives, since cults exist to spur larger and more oppressive versions of themselves that usurp power and mandate allegiance.


  11. No Arrivals: The Visible Isolation of CaracasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Real Clear Politics

    The effects of Venezuela's isolation are felt on everything from visa restrictions to new trading patterns to, of course, the airport.


  12. Venezuela was once an aviation gateway to South America. Now ita s an outcast.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    Protesters march during a demonstration in support of a referendum on President NicolA s Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, on Wednesday. Perched on a coastal plain at the very northern tip of South America, Caracas's SimA3n BolA var International Airport was once the aviation gateway to the continent.


  13. Ex-Guantanamo detainee whodisappeared in Uruguayshows up in VenezuelaRead the original story

    Thursday |

    A resettled former Guantanamo prisoner who disappeared last month in Uruguay, setting off alarm bells in neighboring countries and recriminations in Washington, has reappeared in Venezuela, the government said Wednesday. Foreign Minister Rodolfo Nin Novoa told The Associated Press that Syrian native Abu WaA el Dhiab showed up at UruguayA s consulate in Caracas.


  14. Going hungry in VenezuelaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Star

    It's one thing to talk to people you've never met before who are suffering from hunger, and it's a completely different thing when they are from your own family, as the BBC's Vladimir Hernandez discovered when he returned to his native Venezuela to report on its failure to get food on people's tables. Travelling through the country this month I saw endless queues of people trying to buy food - any food - at supermarkets and other government-run shops.


  15. Venezuela's Opposition-run Congress Defies Government Over BanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Voice of America

    Lawmaker Romel Guzamana, center, protests with supporters in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 13, 2016. Dozens of Indians under the cry of "justice, justice," protested the removal of three Amazonas state elected congress members from the National Assembly.


  16. Venezuelan opposition seats lawmakers in challenge to MaduroRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Houston Chronicle

    Opposition members shout "Recall now" during a protest march against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, July 27, 2016. Venezuela's opposition marched Wednesday to demand electoral officials go forth with the recall referendum process against Maduro.


  17. Missing Ex-Guant namo Prisoner, Al-Qaeda Fan Found in VenezuelaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 |

    Jihad Ahmad Diyab, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee who was released to Uruguay as part of a deal between the White House and the socialist government of former President Jose Mujica, has surfaced in Venezuela after his disappearance a month ago. He is demanding to be flown to Turkey to reunite with his Syrian family.


  18. Venezuela Workers & BusinessOwners Denounce New "Forced Labor" DecreeRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 28 |

    A decree by the embattled Nicolas Maduro administration ordering civil servants and private sector workers alike to work in the fields for two to four months at a time is raising eyebrows in Caracas. And that is saying a lot these days.


  19. Cyclebar Studio to Open New Location in WyckoffRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 28 | The Paramus Post

    CycleBar , a new concept in premium indoor cycling that offers a high energy workout in a concert-like atmosphere, today announced its next New Jersey location at 327 Franklin Avenue in Wyckoff at Boulder Run Shopping Center. Currently under construction CycleBar Wyckoff is one of 100 CycleBar studios to open to riders in 2016, and once opened, will hold its CycleBlast, to celebrate its grand opening.


  20. Special Report: In Venezuela's murky oil industry, the deal that went too farRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | The Peninsula

    Last August, state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA issued one of its largest tenders in recent years: a multi-billion dollar project in the Orinoco Belt, the world's largest crude reserve. The project was designed to shore up the OPEC country's stagnating oil production and ease an economic crisis.