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Venezuela and China: A friendship forged in struggle

We were at the embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in China to ring in an important anniversary—209 years to the day since the country declared its independence from Spain

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Venezuela: Despite the crisis, Chavez’s legacy endures

When compared with the rest of the region, Venezuelans have the cheapest electricity, the greatest percentage of household connectivity and the highest per capita consumption, surpassing more industrialised countries such as Brazil

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US Intervention Will Make Things Worse in Venezuela

No matter how bad the situation is in Venezuela, a US military response will only make matters worse for the Venezuelans

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Venezuela’s internal coup crumbles

Since 2017 it is reckoned that the illegally imposed sanctions have cost Venezuela $6 billion, and prevented it from importing $2 billion worth of badly needed medicine

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John Pilger: The war on Venezuela is built on lies

Post Views: 35 Travelling with Hugo Chavez, I soon understood the threat of Venezuela. At a farming cooperative in Lara state, people waited patiently and with good humour in the heat. Jugs of water and melon juice were passed around.

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Hugo Chavez: A Revolutionary Life 0

Hugo Chavez was one of the most important public figures of the last twenty years. From the moment of the failed 1992 coup he helped foment until his death from cancer in 2013, his presence was felt around the world

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