Latin America

Nicolas Maduro

If the farce of a Venezuelan homegrown crisis is debunked, it might make way for the leveling of charges of crimes against humanity against US in the International Criminal Court

Anti-Government protests in Haiti

With the Venezuelan crude spigot now closed, Washington’s enforcer, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), told Jovenel he had to raise gas prices. The result was a three-day popular explosion which was the precursor to today’s revolt

Around 200 youth militants from across the world will participate in the Che Guevara Internationalist Brigade in Solidarity with Venezuela

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza

In an exclusive interview with The Real News Network, Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza says Guaido has not accepted the Pope’s offer to negotiate since he is being directed by Washington

Among the academics pushing hard for regime change in Venezuela is Ricardo Hausmann, now an adviser to Juan Guaido, who has “already drafted a plan to rebuild the nation, from economy to energy.”

The national strike and protest was against the privatization of public companies and a forthcoming deal with the International Monetary Fund. The protesters also rejected the massive layoffs, as well as the increase in fuel prices

The demonstrations were called for by the Workers’ Confederation of the Popular Economy, the Corriente Clasista y Combativa, Barrios de Pie, the Darío Santillán Popular Front and the Front of Organizations in Struggle

A look at what drives the US to persist in its interventions—diplomatic, economic and military—against the Venezuelan government

While international media creates a spectacle around “humanitarian aid”, strong mobilizations in support of Nicolás Maduro and the Bolivarian Revolution continue within Venezuela and across the world

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