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Venezuelan Politicians Working on Single National Internet Server

Venezuelan Politicians Working on Single National Internet Server

In response to online trading of Venezuelan currency at unofficial exchange rates, representatives of the country‚Äôs ruling United Socialist Party have proposed that all residents be made to use Internet…

New Legislation Strains Diplomacy With Latin America

New Legislation Strains Diplomacy With Latin America

After the passage of recent legislation, ties between the United States and Latin America have become strained, at best. The U.S. Senate recently passed the Venezuela Defense of Human Rights…

Venezuelan Government Opens Investigation into TNT Show after Jab at President

Venezuelan Government Opens Investigation into TNT Show after Jab at President

The TNT series Legends has barely made a blip in the extensive TV lineup released this year by United States television networks, where the satellite telecommunications industry which controls TV…

Venezuelan Soldiers Receive New Cars While Civilians Wait in Line for Nonexistent Food

Venezuelan Soldiers Receive New Cars While Civilians Wait in Line for Nonexistent Food

With so much political turmoil and violence taking over the country recently, Venezuelans have undergone more tension and stress than most people can even imagine. As details about the Venezuelan…

Latin America and the Caribbean Found to Be Least Secure Places in the World

Latin America and the Caribbean Found to Be Least Secure Places in the World

Every 14.4 seconds, criminals burglarize a home in the United States. This means that during the average TV commercial break, eight homes are burglarized. In an hour, there are 250…