October 19, 2019

The UN has elected Venezuela to its human rights council, despite the fact that basic human rights are not respected under the Maduro regime.

A UN General Assembly meeting in Geneva saw the Latin American country elected to one of 14 new seats on the 47-member body.

Two da...

January 25, 2019

Russia has secretly deployed about 400 elite mercenaries or military contractors to Venezuela, according to Lenta.ru.

"Russian contractors” are ex Russian soldiers which are usually made to resign their commission in the Russian army in order to be enlisted as “private...

September 2, 2016

Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans antigovernment protesters descended on this capital Thursday in a last-gasp effort to pressure President Nicolás Maduro to permit a recall referendum they hope will oust his Socialist government and end severe food, water and power shorta...

July 29, 2016

Venezuela is a country of shortages: water, electricity, medicine, baby formula, toilet paper, car parts, you name it, they've run out of it.

The devastating food shortage has highlighted the depth of the country's recession, which was triggered by the global collapse of o...

June 19, 2016

Venezuela 's proven oil are recognized as the largest in the world, totaling 297 billion barrels.

You would think that that would be enough to make a country, if not prosperous, then at least be able to provide its citizens with drinking water, food, power, medicine, toilet...

June 8, 2016

Venezuela is running out of just about everything. Food, medicine, electricity, toilet paper, condoms — you name it they've run out of it.

In the last two years Venezuela has experienced the kind of implosion that hardly ever occurs in a middle-income country like it outsi...

May 17, 2016


The food, water, medicine and power shortages Venezuelans face today are not the result of foreign or domestic conspiracies, as is the favorite blame tactic of the Venezuela's leader president Maduro, but the direct responsibility of his socialist government disastrous lead...

April 27, 2016

Venezuela's massive electricity crisis keeps getting worse and worse.

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro decided Tuesday night to shorten the work week to two days -- Monday and Tuesday -- in an effort to save energy and electricity.

Local media reported that protests an...

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