Nicolás Maduro
After seven years, Colombia and Venezuela reopen their border

Those living in border areas on both sides hailed the reopening and thanked President Gustavo Petro and President Nicolás Maduro for taking the crucial step

Daily Round-up| Colombia-Venezuela ties grow stronger & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of progress in Venezuela-Colombia ties, protests by students and teachers in Greece, and the anniversary of an attack on students in Brasilia

Colombia and Venezuela announce reopening of border

In a new step towards restoring bilateral relations, Colombian President Gustavo Petro and Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro have announced the reopening of the land border between the nations, closed since 2015

Venezuela’s gold dispute in UK courts is a battle for sovereignty

The official government of Venezuela has been engaged in a legal dispute with the Bank of England to regain control over gold assets worth over $1.8 billion

Daily Round-up | Colombia-Venezuela on track to resume bilateral ties & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at the strengthening of ties between Colombia and Venezuela, the UK declaring a drought, and Jair Bolsonaro’s vice-presidential candidate

Cuba leads heroic recovery effort

Containment operations have been ongoing in Matanzas with the critical on the ground assistance and aid provided by Mexico and Venezuela.

Colombia and Venezuela appoint ambassadors, taking the first step toward restoration of diplomatic relations

Colombian President Gustavo Petro and Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro seek to gradually restore and strengthen political, military, diplomatic and commercial relations between the two nations

International solidarity pours in as Cuba copes with major fire at oil facility

Three oil storage tanks at the Matanzas Supertanker Base have collapsed after a fire broke out at the site on August 5. Thousands have been evacuated as emergency efforts continue with critical on-ground help from Mexico and Venezuela.

Daily Round-up | Nicolas Maduro welcomes foreign ministers’ meeting with Colombia & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the state of Venezuela-Colombia ties, the refugee crisis in Europe, the formation of a new party in Morocco and the Iran nuclear deal

Colombia’s incoming foreign minister visits Venezuela to plan resumption of relations

The ministers signed an agreement that foresees the appointment of ambassadors in Caracas and Bogotá after Petro’s inauguration

From invading Iraq to Guaidó’s flop: the CV of coup-plotter John Bolton

In a recent interview with CNN, former US National Security Advisor John Bolton affirmed his role in coups abroad. The hardliner was an architect of the invasion of Iraq, and most recently, played a role in the attempted coup against Venezuelan President Maduro.

Plot by media, police, and capital to malign Pablo Iglesias exposed in Spain

Progressives across the world condemn the outrageous ways in which the corporate media/big-business nexus defames popular leaders and leftist parties