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GOVERNMENT

Maduro approves USD 123 million for military facilities

President Nicolás Maduro announces allocation of funds for the Bolivarian National Armed Force (AVN)

GOVERNMENT.  Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Thursday approved a total of VEB 775 million (USD 123 million) for purchase of military equipment for the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB).  

10/30/2014
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GOVERNMENT

Elías Jaua's nanny detained in Brazil for gun possession has been released

The babysitter was arrested last Friday at Guarulhos Airport, Sao Paulo (Handout photo)
In the action seeking protection of rights, the defense lawyers of Yaneth del Carmen Anza claimed that the gun belonged to Venezuelan Minister of Communes Elías Jaua, who was in Brazil to accompany his wife on a health treatment. The defense argued that the minister asked the babysitter to carry a suitcase of his own containing documents and a gun (...)
10/30/2014
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DOUBLE HOMICIDE

Ten people detained over murder of Deputy Robert Serra

Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz (File photo)
Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz said three people are still to be detained, and a Red Notice has been published on Interpol
10/30/2014
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OPINION

Excerpts of column "Runrunes" (Rumors) of Thursday, October 30

The ones up there want Eulogio del Pino to execute the excessive agreement with Russians

10/30/2014
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PETROCARIBE

Petrocaribe has backed 275 projects in Haiti

Ramírez and Lamothe reviewed the projects (Handout photo: (...)
Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Rafael Ramírez met with Premier Laurent Lamothe
10/30/2014
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ELECTION

Voting is the way to change, according to 69% of Venezuelans

Venezuelans assessed the electoral system (File photo: Nicola Rocco)
At least half Venezuelans are afraid that the Venezuelan government will not observe the election results. However, they still trust in voting as a tool for dispute settlement and resolution of problems in Venezuela. Based on the findings o (...)
10/29/2014
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FOREIGN CURRENCY

Venezuela negotiates settlement of debt owed to Panama

The Panamanian President, Juan Carlos Varela, seeks to “resume talks” (...)
Venezuela owes over USD 1 billion to Panamanian companies, including Copa Airlines, the pharmaceutical industry, and companies in the Colon Free Zone, according to Panamanian authorities
10/29/2014
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH

Venezuelan Union of Press Workers: at least 289 media workers out

The sale of media outlets and the shortage of newsprint hitting (...)
Marco Ruiz, Secretary General of the National Union of Press Workers (SNTP) reported at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) harassment against Venezuelan journalists by government officials
10/29/2014
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WORLD BANK

Venezuela among the countries with more obstacles to start a business

Other Latin American countries stand out as to business facilitation (...)
"Sixteen of 32 economies in Latin America and the Caribbean implemented at least one regulatory reform making it easier to do business in the year from June 1, 2013, to June 1, 2014," the annual World Bank Doing Business report asserted
10/29/2014
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LOPEZ CASE

López refuses to attend trial until UN resolution is replied

The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention asked for López’s (...)
"I, Leopoldo López, ID number 11,227,699, as a prisoner of conscience, have decided not to attend the trial hearing scheduled for today (Tuesday)," read the note, which was posted on Tuesday at 4 pm
10/29/2014
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HUMAN RIGHTS

Venezuelan gov't keeps refusing permission to IACHR visit

The IACHR is holding its 153rd Session (Handout photo: IACHR)
Non-government organizations Cofavic and Provea reported increasing violence and poverty in Venezuela
10:06 AM
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PETROCARIBE

Petrocaribe has backed 275 projects in Haiti

Ramírez and Lamothe reviewed the projects (Handout photo: @vencancilleria)
Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Rafael Ramírez met on Tuesday in Port-au-Prince, the capital city of Haiti, with Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, who expressed gratitude for the funding.
09:40 AM
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ELECTION

Voting is the way to change, according to 69% of Venezuelans

Venezuelans assessed the electoral system (File photo: Nicola Rocco)
At least half Venezuelans are afraid that the Venezuelan government will not observe the election results. However, they still trust in voting as a tool for dispute settlement and resolution of problems in Venezuela.
05:53 PM
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GOVERNMENT

Elías Jaua's nanny detained in Brazil for gun possession has been released

The babysitter was arrested last Friday at Guarulhos Airport, Sao Paulo (Handout photo)
In the action seeking protection of rights, the defense lawyers of Yaneth del Carmen Anza claimed that the gun belonged to Venezuelan Minister of Communes Elías Jaua, who was in Brazil to accompany his wife on a health treatment. The defense argued that the minister asked the babysitter to carry a suitcase of his own containing documents and a gun (...)
05:08 PM
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DOUBLE HOMICIDE

Ten people detained over murder of Deputy Robert Serra

Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz (File photo)
Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz said three people are still to be detained, and a Red Notice has been published on Interpol
11:33 AM
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OPINION

Excerpts of column "Runrunes" (Rumors) of Thursday, October 30

The ones up there want Eulogio del Pino to execute the excessive agreement with Russians

10:06 AM
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PETROCARIBE

Petrocaribe has backed 275 projects in Haiti

Ramírez and Lamothe reviewed the projects (Handout photo: (...)
Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Rafael Ramírez met with Premier Laurent Lamothe
 

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