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The Venezuela Regional Migration Crisis

The deteriorating humanitarian situation in Venezuela remains in a deep political and economic crisis under the authoritarian rule of President Nicolás Maduro. On January 23, 2019, President Trump recognized the head of Venezuela’s National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, as the country’s interim president and ceased to recognize the Maduro regime. 1,346 more words


Upgrading informality. There is an ideal “dosage”?

Right now in Venezuela there isn’t any official upgrading policy, and the living conditions in our informal neighborhoods are worse than ever. This is maybe the reason because there are so many independent initiatives, funded by privates and proposing different approaches and strategies. 498 more words


China-Latin America cooperation benefits both peoples: spokesperson

BEIJING, July 16 (Xinhua) — The cooperation between China and Venezuela and the cooperation between China and Latin America adhere to the principles of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefits, and benefit both peoples, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Tuesday. 215 more words

Salomón Rondón versus la masa

José Salomón Rondón se va al fútbol chino. Se trata de un futbolista que dio sus primeros pasos profesionales en el Aragua, que llegó a Las Palmas y que luego jugó en un Málaga plagado de estrellas, teniendo como competidor a un tal Ruud van Nistelrooy. 935 more words


The Glaring Holes in #MichelleBachelet’s #Venezuela #HumanRights Report

Reblogged without comment from MintPressNews

Roger Harris reports on how UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet’s recent report is a gift to US regime change efforts in Venezuela. 11 more words



Ahora le tocó a Bermudas. Pudiera ser en cualquier otra isla del Caribe. Todavía nos quedan un montón de islas para negociar la paz. La paz del sepulcro. 1,330 more words