Venezuela's Ambassador to Guyana Carlos Amador Pérez Silva and Labor Minister Joseph Hamilton discussed the status of Venezuelan migrants and possible measures that can be taken to improve their living conditions.Add your comment!
New figures from US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), indicate that 2.15 million migrants were detained at the US/Mexico border over the past year, a 24% increase, but with a drastic change in the origin of the new migrants, since the fastest growing number are from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua.Add your comment!
In a country where some people claim freedom of expression is at risk after many radio stations were shut down, Venezuela's National College of Journalists (CNP) Thursday issued a press release warning against journalism workshops that do not lead to a qualifying degree.
Venezuela's National Telecommunications Commission – Conatel – has shut down closed five radio stations Wednesday in the city of Cumaná, in the state of Sucre, it was reported.
Argentine Federal Judge Federico Vuillena Thursday gave their passports back to 12 crew members of the Venezuelan-Iranian freighter seized at the Ezeiza International Airport.
British authorities have left Presidents Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua and Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela out of the guest list for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral next Monday in London.
An Argentine court of appeals Tuesday ruled that the ban from leaving the country on 12 of the 19 crewmembers of the Venezuelan freighter seized at the Ezeiza International Airport must be reviewed at the earliest.
A document has been signed Tuesday by all members of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of the Americas - Peoples' Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) demanding Argentine returns the Emtrasur Boeing 747-300 freighter airplane to Venezuela.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro explained Chile's proposed Constitution failed to get past Sunday's referendum because the process had been “mediatized.”
Unofficial reports in Venezuela speak of an increase of around 33% in mass-consumption products after the US dollar went up against the local Bolivar and local consumers increasingly prefer black market deals.