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uthorities in Aruba have detained a close confidant of former President Hugo Chavez who had been appointed Venezuela's consul to the Caribbean island despite being sanctioned by the U.S. government for involvement in drug trafficking.
While Congress and the White House have been fighting over whether to build the Keystone XL pipeline so the U.S. can import more oil from Canada, U.S. energy companies have quietly turned that debate on its head and are now exporting growing amounts of oil to Canada.
Much of the recent debate on whether to impose targeted sanctions on Venezuela has focused on the wishes of the various groups opposed to the regime of President Nicolas Maduro.
A 22-year-old Venezuelan man has won a contest held by Israel’s Ministry of Tourism to travel to the Holy Land for Pope Francis’ historic visit May 24-26.
Social Inclusion won his first start by 7½ lengths. In his second race, he won by 10 lengths and broke a track record at Florida's Gulfstream Park. Then he finished third in the Wood Memorial, aced out for second by a nose.
Manny Azpurua could be retired, enjoying the South Florida sunshine. He could walk away from training, secure in his success back in Venezuela, where he won more than 3,500 races before coming to the United States 35 years ago.
When David Good first set off to find his mother in the Amazon rainforest, he wasn't sure where the journey would take him.
Some 6 million people in Venezuela's capital may have to go three days a week without water after authorities began implementing a rationing plan on Wednesday.
Venezuelans from Miami are en route to Washington to join a national call for sanctions against Venezuela