- Washington PostJul 17 11:18 AM
Venezuela’s government says a brother of the late President Hugo Chavez has died.
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- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJul 17 10:54 AM
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's government says a brother of the late President Hugo Chavez has died.
- Rappler.comJun 29 01:26 PM
As new Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte prepares to assume office, a growing number of Filipinos seem to – or want to – believe his surprising claim that he will be the country’s first “socialist” President. Since he won the elections last month, some leftists – as well as anti-communists ...
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 24 01:05 PM
Venezuela's electoral authorities are to announce Tuesday whether moves to stage a recall referendum against President Nicolas Maduro can go ahead after verifying signatures on an opposition-organized petition. The outcome could open the way to a vote to oust Maduro, the chosen successor to late president Hugo Chavez who is ruling over an economy crippled by mismanagement and low oil prices. The...
- KERA North TexasJul 06 03:54 PM
Not too long ago Venezuela was an oil-rich nation, with a seemingly bright future filled with economic prospects and great potential for growth. This is no longer the case. Now Venezuela has an 180 percent inflation rate — and there are shortages of food, basic goods and power.
- The Fresno BeeJun 30 03:33 AM
People who’ve fled Venezuela find parallels between Trump, Hugo Chávez Trump, Chavez similarities include brash style, polarizing rhetoric, machismo, they say Donald Trump’s supporters call comparisons of him to Hugo Chávez ridiculous … Click to Continue »
- Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 08 02:19 PM
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is facing a series of crises. In a survey of voter opinion carried out in May, 23 percent of Venezuelans said that they approved of Mr. Maduro's performance, amid ongoing dysfunction ranging from food shortages to hours-long blackouts.
- Al Jazeera via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJul 21 04:12 AM
What is behind Venezuela's descent into chaos and the bitter ideological struggle dividing the nation?
- Herald SunJul 19 03:21 PM
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- Cebu Daily NewsJun 30 05:53 AM
As Rodrigo Duterte begins his presidency, a growing number of Filipinos seem to believe—or want to believe—the claim that he is the Philippines’ first “socialist” President. Encouraged by his recent appointments to his Cabinet, some leftists have even suggested that he could be “our Hugo Chávez,” the iconic Venezuelan president who promoted a “socialism of […] The post Why Duterte is unlikely to...
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