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CARACAS, Tuesday September 27, 2011 | Update
 

DIPLOMACY

US Senators demand Washington to take a "stronger position" on Venezuela

02:40 PMNacional y Política.  Senators Marco Rubio (R-Fl) and Bill Nelson (D-Fl) jointly demanded the US government to impose sanctions on those responsible for repression in Venezuela. Their call came during a visit they paid in Miami to members of the Venezuelan opposition in the US.

02:40 PM
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DIPLOMACY

US Senators demand Washington to take a "stronger position" on Venezuela

Senators Marco Rubio (R-Fl) and Bill Nelson (D-Fl) once again questioned Nicolás Maduro's government and reasserted the need for the United States to take a "stronger position" on Venezuela and punish those responsible for violations of democracy and freedom of expression in the South American country

01:21 PM
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Simonovis' wife expects gov't-opposition talks pave the way for his release

María del Pilar Pertiñez thanked the opposition team taking part in the round table with President Nicolás Maduro's government for advocating for the release of former police chief Iván Simonovis

08:51 AM
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Chinese foreign minister to visit Venezuela on April 21

Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi will visit Venezuela on April 21-22 and will meet with Nicolás Maduro

04/17/2014
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PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA

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One person detained

Police and demonstrators clash in northeast Caracas

Francisco de Miranda Avenue is blocked at Chacao municipality

04/17/2014
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OPPOSITION

Capriles: "We'll make every effort for the release of political prisoners"

Miranda state Governor Henrique Capriles said that the government-opposition dialogue depends primarily on the government, adding that the talks would not fail because of the opposition. He stressed he would "never" give up the possibility of dialogue, and that the chance to talk, "however small," should not be demonized

04/17/2014
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PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA

Henrique Capriles in WSJ: Meaningful dialogue is necessary in Venezuela

"Uniting our country after years of government-sponsored extremism (...)
Venezuelans "must leave these years of bitter division behind," the opposition leader and Governor of Miranda state said in an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal
04/16/2014
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DIVIDENDS

Devaluation costs Coca Cola USD 247 million in January-March

Coca Cola operating income down 7% this year (File photo)
The company is concerned about Venezuela's Law on Costs and Fair Prices, obstacles to imports, and shortage
04/16/2014
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INDUSTRY

Sidor, Venalum initial agreement with Chinese firm to boost production

The move is intended to boost production in Venezuela (File photo)
Minister of Industries and Tax Superintendent José David Cabello announced that steel and iron company Sidor and Venezuelan aluminum smelter Venalum (both state-owned corporations) entered into an agreement with China's firm Minmetals Engineerin (...)
04/16/2014
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HUMAN RIGHTS

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Round table refuses amnesty law

Decision on renewed testing of ex-chief police Simonovis labelled as "gibe"

Iván Simonovis was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the events of (...)
"Why should renewed testing for the commissioner be accepted?"
04/16/2014
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GOVERNMENT

Economy VP: Socialist economic model has been deeply successful

Ramírez underlined that Venezuela's economic and socialist model has (...)
Venezuela's Economy Vice-President Rafael Ramírez stressed that a new approach will focus on "production sectors so as to produce our own supplies and food"
08:13 AM
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PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA

Heavy clashes between police and demonstrators in northeast Caracas

Bolivarian National Police (PNB) officers cracked down on demonstrators in Chacao municipality, northeast Caracas (AFP)
Dozens of people on Thursday blocked streets with barricades and staged street protests against Nicolás Maduro's government  in Chacao municipality, northeast Caracas. The demonstrations ended up in clashes with troops of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB), who used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters.
17/04/2014
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UNITED STATES

US Southern Command worried about "serious economic situation in Venezuela"

The head of the US Southern Command, General John Kelly, welcomed on Thursday the dialogue between the Venezuelan government and the opposition to end violent protests in Venezuela. However, he said he remained concerned about the serious economic situation in the South American country.

01:21 PM
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Simonovis' wife expects gov't-opposition talks pave the way for his release

María del Pilar Pertiñez thanked the opposition team taking part in the round table with President Nicolás Maduro's government for advocating for the release of former police chief Iván Simonovis

01:02 PM
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EASTER 2014

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Including the Seven Last Words of Christ

Caraqueños revive religious traditions on Good Friday

Catholic believers at the Church of St. Paul, downtown Caracas, (...)
From early morning, hundred people were reported visiting Caracas' Seven Temples
08:51 AM
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Chinese foreign minister to visit Venezuela on April 21

Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi will visit Venezuela on April 21-22 and will meet with Nicolás Maduro

08:13 AM
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PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA

Heavy clashes between police and demonstrators in northeast Caracas

Bolivarian National Police (PNB) officers cracked down on (...)
Protesters used stones, bottles and other objects to attack police officers, who dispersed the protest with tear gas and rubber bullets
 

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