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How does the blockade against Venezuela manifest? Part I

Since the coming to power of the Bolivarian Revolution, with the election of Hugo Chavez as President in 1998, Venezuela is in the sights of U.S. interests in the continent and occupies a privileged place – as a priority target – in its strategy of global domination.

Six Terrorists Involved in Attack on Maduro Arrested

Venezuela's interior minister Nestor Reverol said on Sunday afternoon that six people had been arrested in the case of drones loaded with explosives that were used as part of an attack against President Nicolas Maduro a day earlier while he was delivering a speech during a military event.

US Trade Tensions Threaten to Derail Central American (CDPR) Economy

TEGUCIGALPA, July 28, 2018 - Central bank governors, finance ministers, and banking superintendents of Central America, Panama, and the Dominican Republic, say while global growth is projected to remain robust at 3.9 percent over the next year,  there are serious threats to the region's economic stability particularly due to trade tensions.

Cuba Calls on U.S. to Comply with Visa Commitment

Washington, Jul 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuba called on the United States in Washington to fully comply with its commitments to grant visas to emigrants in tune with the migration agreements signed by the two countries.
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