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BogotA , August 20, 2014--Venezuelan telecommunications regulator CONATEL shut down a critical radio station on Tuesday after refusing to renew the station's expired transmission license, according to news reports .
Venezuelan Vice President Jorge Arreaza on Tuesday called for greater civic-military cooperation to stabilize the economy, the Venezuelan News Agency said.
BogotA , August 19, 2014--Venezuelan authorities should immediately reverse the suspension of a critical radio program that has been off the air since Friday, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
Venezuela sent its first batch of aid to Palestine on August 12, teleSUR English said.
No explanation is needed to see how hard everyday life is for many Venezuelans. Reports like this, from Puerto La Cruz, pretty much say it all.
Ronny Medina hit a grand slam in the fifth inning Saturday, putting an early end to Venezuela's 10-0 win over Canada at the Little League World Series.
Actual caption under this photo in the VTV piece celebrating this joyous occasion: " ChA vez y Fidel: La amistad de dos pueblos."
Rabbi Shmuel Segal of the Jewish education centre looks up at the Chanukkah lights in front of Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, December 20, 2011.
The Republics of The Gambia and Venezuela are expected to start scheduled air services from Caracas to Banjul, following the ratification on Wednesday of the Air Services Agreement during the third sitting of The Gambia's National Assembly in the 2014 Legislative Year.
At first, the operating room doctors thought the quiet man in jeans was a distressed family member.
The people of Venezuela collected and packaged about 300 tons of humanitarian aid to be sent to the Gaza Strip soon, a Palestinian Foreign Ministry said Wednesday.
Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, dressed in white and holding up a flower stem, is taken into custody by Bolivarian National Guards, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014.
More than 100 works by Armando Reveron are on show in Caracus as part of an art project called Art in the Train, aimed at raising awareness about the local artist, and brightening up the daily rides of commuters in the Venezuelan capital.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 02:48 pm
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