United States slaps Ghana with visa Sanctions

WASHINGTON, DC. February 5, 2019 - The Department of Homeland Security in the United States, has announced the imposition of  visa sanctions on Ghana as a result of the country's failure to accept Ghanaian nationals who have been deported from the U.S.
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Trump Admin Pressured Spain Gov't to Support US-Backed Coup in Venezuela: Report

MADRID, Spain, Feb 2, 2019 - The United States has exerted considerable pressure on the left-leaning government in Spain, led by Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, in order to come out against the Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro, recognize the opposition lawmaker Juan Guaido as the country “interim president,” and not to endorse or participate in any talks or dialogue between the opposition and the government,  the Spanish newspaper El Pais reported Friday.

GUYANA | Britain joins US and CARICOM in reaffirming Guyana's Sovereignty

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, December 25, 2018 - Britain has joined the United States and CARICOM in reaffirming Guyana's, sovereignty following an incident on Saturday in which Venezuela’s Navy attempted to land a helicopter on the Bahamas-flagged Ramform Tethys, a seismic research vessel that ExxonMobil hired from the Norway-based Petro Geological Services to gather data from the western end of the Stabroek Block in Guyanese waters.
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