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CATHOLIC CHURCH

Pope Francis urges Venezuela to end violence and resume talks

09:34 AMNacional y Política.  Pope Francis urged on Sunday to reject violence in Venezuela. "(Venezuela) is going through moments of intense tension," the Pope noted. He recommended resuming "sincere and constructive dialogue."

US SANCTIONS

Venezuelan gov't to request visa from US citizens

President Maduro made diplomatic and political announcements during a rally at Miraflores presidential palace (Edsaú Olivares)

US SANCTIONS.  Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, following reports of a plot against  Venezuela involving the US government, adopted a series of diplomatic and political measures, including a mandatory visa for US citizens traveling to Venezuela, with a view to "setting limits, legalizing relations with the United States, and avoiding conspiracies."  

12:00 AM
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INTERVIEW

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President of the Association of Securities Brokers

Betting on Simadi to crush the parallel exchange rate

Ricardo Montilla maintains that price formation will be transparent (Vicente Correale)
"We are committed and forming part of exchange opening"
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OPINION

Art and technique in coups d'état

There is sort of magic realism
12:00 AM
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DOSSIER

Those USD 500 million

The SwissLeaks case has raised again unclarified issues concerning Venezuela's offshore bank deposits like the CVG funds that turned up in coded bank account in Lebanon. By Joseph Poliszuk
12:00 AM
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS

3,400 Venezuelans at risk of deportation from the United States

The White House is required to stop deportation (AFP)
Discontinuance of a migration measure clouds the landscape
12:00 AM
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Simple stupidities, complex stupidities

The democratic opposition is faced with a Hamlet-like drama: its inability to channel discontent...
12:00 AM
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FINANCE

Action is needed to secure the value of the local currency

Purchasing power lowered 88% (File photo: Vicente Correale)
Accrued inflation has hit purchasing power in local currency
02/27/2015
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OPPOSITION

Opposition MUD agrees with international mediation for dialogue

Torrealba welcomed international mediation (File photo)
The Executive Secretary of opposition coalition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD), Jesús "Chuo" Torrealba, welcomed the offer to mediate in Venezuela made by presidents Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia)
02/27/2015
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LOPEZ CASE

New evidence against López to be produced in next trial hearing

Juan Carlos Gutiérrez, López’s defense attorney (TV screen capture)
Juan Carlos Gutiérrez, Leopoldo López's defense attorney underscored that his client had nothing to do with the charges of arson and property damage brought against him
02/27/2015
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PARLIAMENT ELECTION

Venezuelan Electoral Watch asks CNE to set date for congress election

Directors of the Venezuelan National Electoral Council (CNE) must set (...)
Representatives of the Venezuelan Electoral Watch (OEV) have warned that the silence of the directors of the National Electoral Council (CNE) on essential aspects of the schedule for parliamentary elections lashes transparency, equality, and rel (...)
02/27/2015
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PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA

Fifteen people detained amid protests in San Cristóbal

Demonstrators deplored the murder of a 14-year old student by putting (...)
Pro-government Governor of Táchira state, José Vielma Mora, said he would not resign as a result of the murder of a 14-year old student
11:52 AM
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OIL

Venezuelan FM Ramírez visits Qatar amidst OPEC tour

FM Ramírez is visiting OPEC countries to discuss oil prices (File photo)
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Rafael Ramírez arrived in Qatar on Thursday in the context of his tour across the member nations of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), with a view to defining a joint strategy to balance crude oil prices, ahead of the 166th OPEC regular meeting scheduled for November 27 in Vienna, Austria.
09:34 AM
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CATHOLIC CHURCH

Pope Francis urges Venezuela to end violence and resume talks

During the Angelus prayer, Pope Francis prayed for the teenager killed in Táchira state last week

09:18 AM
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SUITCASE SCANDAL

Argentinean judiciary closes the case of the suitcase scandal

Antonini Wilson was never in jail because of the case of the USD (...)
The Federal Chamber of Criminal Cassation barred by statute of limitation the case dating back to 2007
08:36 AM
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US-VENEZUELA

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They were taken from a Venezuelan coastal village

Venezuela frees four US missionaries

US Embassy Press Officer in Venezuela Glenn Guimond said the missionaries left the country. The reasons for the detention are unknown. They were interrogated for about three days

 

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Dossier
Those USD 500 million

As Venezuelan deposits of public funds in Swiss bank accounts have been revealed, opposition Deputy Andrés Velásquez wonders whatever happened to the USD 500 million worth of CVG funds that turned up in coded bank accounts in Lebanon five years ago.

Special Article


3,400 Venezuelans at risk of deportation from the United States

FOREIGN AFFAIRS There are Venezuelan dreamers. In the United States, however, such term has acquired a new connotation. In the last couple of years through last January, 3,389 Venezuelans delivered from deportation following a decision by US President Barack Obama. Now, the move is at stake.

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Protests in Venezuela


OHCHR condemns Kluiverth Roa's death, calls for dialogue

PROTESTS IN VENEZUELA Representative for South America of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Amerigo Incalcaterra condemned the death of Venezuelan young student Kluiverth Roa, who was shot during demonstrations held back on Tuesday in San Cristóbal, southwestern Táchira state.

Capriles requests Unasur's support to solve conflicts in Venezuela

OPPOSITION Opposition Miranda state governor, Henrique Capriles, sent a letter to outgoing President of Uruguay and pro-tempore President of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), José Mujica asking him to brief the rest of the leaders of the organization on Venezuela's political situation, specifically regarding the "campaign of aggression against opposition leaders."

Uruguayan lawmakers question treatment of human rights in Venezuela

PARLIAMENT Two Uruguayan opposition lawmakers Pablo Iturralde and Conrado Rodríguez interrupted on Thursday a press conference of Venezuelan pro-government Deputy and brand new president of the Parliament of the Common Market of the South (Parlasur), Saúl Antonio Ortega, to denounce the current human rights situation in Venezuela.

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CARNIVAL 2015

Carnival ends with float parades and music in Caracas

CATHOLIC CHURCH

Churches downtown Caracas retain their historical value

CATHOLIC CHURCH

Venezuelans honor the Virgin of Candelaria

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