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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Venezuela
Florida Sens. Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio are calling on the Obama administration to enact sanctions against Venezuela.
When Judith Faraiz's son was near death after a severe motorcycle accident, she put his life in the hands of God and Cuban doctors.
Answering an invitation from Venezuela's foreign affairs minister to participate in the country’s peace talks, Pope Francis sent a letter to all parties involved, encouraging them to foster open dialogue.
Venezuela's foreign affairs minister, Elias Jaua, has sent a letter to the Vatican, inviting its participation in the National Peace Conference that has been convened by President Nicolas Maduro.
Dutch DJ Tiesto, one of the world's most popular purveyors of dance music, says he is canceling a show in Caracas because "it's no time to party."
Another alarming facet of the Kremlin's contemporary foreign policy has gone largely unnoticed; namely, its growing military presence in, and strategic designs on, the Western Hemisphere.
A pregnant woman shot in the head and a National Guard soldier fired on as he tried to clear a roadway are the latest fatalities in violence tied to anti-government protests in Venezuela, authorities said Monday.
Cuba is giving hundreds of thousands of medical workers raises that in some cases exceed 100 percent, official media on the island announced Friday, though pay remains much lower than what medical professionals earn elsewhere.
Russia's annexation of Crimea is an egregious violation of international norms that demands a concerted international reaction.
Amid protests against the socialist government, two things have become clear: President Nicolas Maduro is no Hugo Chavez, and neither is the opposition.
In a March 17 story about political unrest in Venezuela, The Associated Press incorrectly reported the title of student leader Juan Requesens. He is the president of the Federation of University Centers of the Central University of Venezuela, not the president of that university.
The Mormon church has announced that it will pull 152 missionaries out of Venezuela because of unrest in the country.
The death of 22-year-old Venezuelan student Genesis Carmona at the hands of armed pro-government civilian militias, called "colectivos," bears a striking resemblance to the death of Neda Agha-Soltan, the Iranian student who was shot and killed in a similar fashion on the streets of Tehran.
A student protester in Venezuela was killed after being shot in the chest on Wednesday, with witnesses saying that they believe government intelligence services were involved.
Cardinal Jorge Urosa Sabino of Caracas again urged peace amid increasing conflict in Venezuela, where at least 20 people have been killed in student protests over the past several weeks.