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Caracas (Venezuela)

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  • Continúan las protestas en Venezuela, opositor prepara marcha

    Continúan las protestas en Venezuela, opositor prepara marcha
    Por Diego Oré CARACAS, 17 feb (Reuters) - Miles de venezolanos regresaron el lunes a las calles para protestar contra el Gobierno por los problemas económicos y de seguridad, mientras un líder opositor prepara una marcha desde la clandestinidad que...
  • Venezuela braces for protest led by fugitive; U.S. diplomats expelled

    CARACAS, Venezuela — An opposition leader being hunted by authorities on homicide charges announced plans to lead a protest march Tuesday and then turn himself in to police. Leopoldo Lopez, a former Caracas borough mayor, denies the criminal...
  • Venezuela's ruling socialists survive electoral test

    Venezuela's ruling socialists survive electoral test
    CARACAS, Venezuela -- President Nicolas Maduro’s socialists captured a majority of the mayorships in contention in weekend elections, according to preliminary results, a significant victory that analysts say will give him the political backing he...
  • Venezuela's opposition calls for investigation of slaying and attack

    CARACAS, Venezuela — Opposition politicians called on President Nicolas Maduro's government to investigate the slaying of a Baralt City Council candidate and an attack on a former presidential candidate's caravan, events that have added to tension...
  • Government-ordered price cuts spawn desperation shopping in Venezuela

    CARACAS, Venezuela — The appliance salesman nervously eyed the chaotic scene outside his door. An unruly line of shoving and jostling shoppers was waiting to enter the store in a Caracas shopping district, where prices had been cut in half —...
  • Stuck in Venezuela with those currency exchange blues

    CARACAS, Venezuela--An elderly Caracas woman recently called a travel agency to buy an airline ticket to Argentina because of a family medical emergency. She was told that no seat on any plane leaving Venezuela was available at any price on any airline...
  • 'Homeland' recap: Brody in Caracas; Carrie in a psych ward

    'Homeland' recap: Brody in Caracas; Carrie in a psych ward
    Although they’re more than 2,000 miles apart on different continents, suspected terrorist Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) and scapegoated CIA case officer Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) endure similar ordeals in "Tower of David,” Episode 303...
  • Maduro expulsa a tres diplomáticos en un nuevo incidente con EE.UU.

    Maduro expulsa a tres diplomáticos en un nuevo incidente con EE.UU.
    El presidente de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, anunció hoy la expulsión de tres diplomáticos estadounidenses, a los que dio 48 horas para abandonar el país, por supuestamente alentar acciones para sabotear el sistema eléctrico y la economía del país. A...
  • Film Review: 'The Longest Distance'

    A boy who loses his mother to senseless violence in the urban chaos of Caracas travels alone to a mystical mountain to join the dying Spanish grandmother he never knew in "The Longest Distance," writer-director Claudia Pinto Emperador's accomplished...
  • Homeland Season 3 recap: Episode 3 – “Tower of David”

     
    Homeland Season 3 recap: Episode 3 – “Tower of David” After not seeing Brody (Damian Lewis) in the first two episodes of Homeland Season 3, we finally got a big dose of him in last night's third episode of the season, “Tower of...
  • President Hugo Chavez dies at 58; hero to Venezuela's poor

    President Hugo Chavez dies at 58; hero to Venezuela's poor
    CARACAS, Venezuela —Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, the charismatic socialist whose Bolivarian Revolution reduced poverty and galvanized anti-American sentiment across Latin America but left his nation deeply polarized and ever more dependent on...