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ANTIGUA | Browne secures US$15.8 million ALBA Loan for LIAT

KINGSTON, Jamaica November 6, 2019 - The ailing Regional airline, LIAT has been given a new lease on life with an injection of a US$15.8 million loan negotiated by Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne with the ALBA Bank at a meeting in Venezuela yesterday.

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Venezuela Expels El Salvador's Diplomats from Caracas

CARACAS,  November 3, 2019 - Venezuela's foreign ministry said on Sunday it was expelling El Salvador's diplomats from the country, in response to the Central American country's decision to expel diplomats representing Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

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  • Countries Latin America

UNITED NATIONS | CARICOM Nations tell UN: Respect Venezuelan Sovereignty

UNITED NATIONS, New York, NY, Sept 28, 2019 - Several Caribbean heads of state spoke Friday afternoon at the 74th United Nations General Assembly taking place in New York this week, each of them came out in support of Venezuela and Cuba, and urged leaders to quickly mitigate climate change.

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  • Countries CARICOM

Venezuela Gov't Announces Agreements with Opposition

The Venezuelan government and several opposition parties announced multiple agreements and the beginning of a new round of dialogue that deals with issues relating to future elections, prisoners release and the rejection of U.S. blockade against the country. 

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  • Countries Latin America

Another US Military Plane Enters Venezuelan Airspace

The Venezuelan Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) denounced Thursday that a U.S. Navy EP-3E Aries II electronic spy aircraft entered the Maiquetia airspace area, near Caracas, on Wednesday, according to a report from Venezuela's Strategic Operational Command (Ceofanb).

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  • Countries Latin America

Trump Admits He Does Not Want To Get Too Involved in Venezuela

In a tactit reference to an eventual U.S. military action against Venezuela, President Donald Trump said Saturday that he does not want to get too involved in the Latin American country, although he also held that his tactics could "change at any time."

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