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El sinsentido

Por Valentina Blanco

El 24 de Julio se celebra en Venezuela el natalicio de El Libertador Simón Bolívar. Desde que me conozco celebramos esa fecha, es uno de esos rituales de nación que se instaló generaciones atrás. 435 more words

July 28: The Birds

The government of the United States said that it was “disturbed” by the release of former general Hugo Carvajal yesterday from an Aruban prison.

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Hugo Chavez's Supporters Are Cementing His Legacy With His Very Own Font

Festivities for what would have been Hugo Chavez’s 60th birthday began with fireworks at midnight, as the deceased Venezuelan president’s supporters have been slapping on the party hats and getting jiggy with it today. 243 more words

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Going International: Mariners Sign Brayan Hernandez

The Mariners organization is pleased to welcome a special player into the fold with the signing of 16-year-old Venezuelan switch-hitting outfielder Brayan Hernandez.

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Detained Diplomat Hugo Carvajal Arrives in Venezuela

TeleSUR | July 28, 2014

General Hugo Carvajal arrived Sunday evening in Venezuela after being released from a jail in Aruba, where he had been arbitrarily detained since July 24, and immediately headed to Caracas to be received by President Nicolas Maduro at the Third Congress of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV).

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Carvajal Release Shines Brief Light on Aruba and a Unique Caribbean History

The release and repatriation of Venezuelan General Hugo Carvajal has brought rare attention to the tiny Dutch overseas territory of Aruba. Situated some 20 miles north of the Venezuelan coast, Aruba has been populated by Europeans since the early 16th century and yet is seldom mentioned in the annals of the Age of Discovery. 375 more words