PRESS RELEASE: Helicopter attack on Supreme Court in Venezuela Condemned.

A helicopter from the Venezuela’s Scientific, Penal and Criminal Investigations agency was stolen Tuesday evening. It then circled around the Supreme Court building, firing shots which were then followed by explosions. Specifically, the Interior Ministry, where 80 people were still at work, was shot at 15 times, before four grenades were thrown at the Supreme…

What Is Really Happening In Venezuela- Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle of New York

WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING IN VENEZUELA Since early April this year, Venezuelans have been suffering the consequences of violent street protests, resulting in more than 60 deaths, hundreds more injured and millions of dollars in value in the destruction of public and private property. We are deeply sorry for the death of so many people,…

US Mulls Sanctioning Venezuelan Oil as ‘Economic War’ Continues

The U.S. is considering sanctions against the country’s oil sector, while its right-wing opposition has declared an “economic war” against it. The Trump administration is debating imposing sanctions on Venezuela’s oil sector, while Washington has raised “concerns” about U.S. firms giving a “financial lifeline” to the South American nation. Reuters reported Sunday that the White…

Right-Wing Violence Hits New High In Venezuela

By Frederick B. Mills, Guest Scholar at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, and William Camacaro, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs   On May 20th, the 21 year old vendor from the shanty town of Petare,  Orlando José Figueras, was beaten, stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on fire by opposition militants…

Regime Change Is The Gateway To The World’s Richest Oil Reserves

As US intensifies its intervention in the country’s internal affairs, RICHARD IRONS warns about similar designs being prepared for the continents other progressive governments

Trump Advisor and Venezuela’s Pro-US Opposition Leader Meet

White House national security advisor H.R. McMaster and National Assembly head Julio Borges made numerous demands on the country’s socialist government. Washington continues to ramp up its “regime change” measures versus the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, as White House national security advisor H.R. McMaster met with the head of the South American country’s opposition-led National…

US Senate Bill Allots $20M Toward Regime Change in Venezuela

The bill also allots an additional US$10 million for “democracy promotion.” This week’s bipartisan Venezuela Humanitarian Assistance and Defense of Democratic Governance Act not only seeks to pump US$10 million to Venezuela as part of a “humanitarian assistance” package but also looks to provide millions to efforts to undermine the government of President Nicolas Maduro….

Opposition Violence in Venezuela: A full breakdown of deaths

From TeleSUR English: http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Heres-Your-Guide-to-Understanding-Protest-Deaths-in-Venezuela-20170422-0016.html At least three dozen people have died since opposition-led protests aimed at toppling the government began. Headlines about ongoing violence in Venezuela are practically inescapable, with over three dozen people dead since opposition-led protests aimed at toppling the government began in early April. Right-wing opposition leaders have attempted to portray the deaths…

US Senators Draw Up Proposed Sanctions Against Venezuela

The U.S. has sided with the Venezuelan opposition in the wake of Maduro’s call for a national constituent assembly. U.S. Senators are gearing up to intervene in Venezuela, according to Reuters report published Wednesday. The group of bipartisan senators is looking to push through legislation which would see US$10 million sent to the country as…

‘We Are With You’ – CELAC Backs Venezuela Against Intervention

Venezuela held a meeting with regional allies to discuss violence and the attempted destabilization by local and international opposition. Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez and other ministers from the region kicked off a special session of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, or CELAC, on Tuesday in San Salvador to discuss recent violence…