Bolivarian Venezuela
UK blocks Venezuela from accessing its international reserves

Britain’s Supreme Court passed a ruling to continue blocking Venezuela from accessing 31 tons of Venezuelan gold valued at USD 2 billion

Pegasus report: new evidence of Saudi interference in Yemen war probe and other stories

Today we look at the targeting of a UN investigator with the Pegasus spyware, the sentencing of 3 Egyptian activists to prison, and more

Venezuela condemns British Supreme court ruling to maintain blockade on gold

The Central Bank of Venezuela has been engaged in a legal battle to recover 31 tons of public gold deposited at the Bank of England

Five reasons the left won in Venezuela

Chavismo forces won a resounding victory in the super elections held on November 21 in Venezuela which saw participation from all major opposition parties

How a US Congressman took on the US blockade against Venezuela

After a sustained campaign carried out by local activists, US member of Congress Jim McGovern publicly condemned the current US policy towards Venezuela, particularly the regime of sanctions which have caused ‘needless death’

The US suspends sanctions against Venezuela for COVID-19 related purchases

The OFAC published a license authorizing transactions of Venezuelan state banks where related to combating the pandemic

How Venezuela is rebuilding its industrial base, one volunteer at a time

An organization of 2,270 volunteer workers is helping Venezuela boost its industrial capacity, devastated by years of US economic sanctions.

Venezuelan women endure the “sanctions” with their bodies

Carmen Navas Reyes and Laura Franco respond to the article published in the New York Times which attempts to speak about the problems facing Venezuelan women without mentioning the economic and financial blockade imposed on the country

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on ‘The Communist Manifesto’

As part of the international celebration of Red Books Day, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro discusses the importance of the document today and reads excerpts from the groundbreaking text

Agro-ecology project links peasant production to urban communes in Venezuela

In five years of Pueblo a Pueblo, 1,500 tons of food was distributed to more than 300,000 families throughout the country

After fascist riot, Congress certifies Biden’s victory

Trump has been strongly condemned for his role in instigating the rioters, with his unproven claims of a “stolen” election and his refusal to concede. Questions have also been raised about the lax treatment of the rioters and the space afforded to them

Chavismo back in Venezuela’s National Assembly, Guaidó further weakened

The swearing in of Venezuela’s National Assembly leaves self-proclaimed ‘interim president’ Juan Guaidó with less support

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