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NICOLAS MADURO

Maduro Honors Marti and Fidel in Santa Ifigenia

The Venezuelan President was accompanied by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, First Combatant Cilia Flores, and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla


Venezuela: ANC Ratifies Nicolás Maduro as President

The National Constituent Assembly (ANC) has ratified Nicolas Maduro as a president of Venezuela for fully complying with all his constitutional duties and obligations


US Sanctions on Venezuelan President Violate International Law

Cuba denounces the implementation of a well planned international operation, directed from Washington with the support of the OAS General Secretary


Venezuela: More Than Eight Million Cast their Votes

The Venezuelan National Electoral Council (CNE) has announced today that about 8,089,320 Venezuelans voted in the elections to elect the members of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC)


Venezuelans Vote for National Constituent Assembly

Almost 20 million Venezuelans are registered to vote for 545 members of the National Constituent Assembly


Maduro Proposes Peace Talks Prior to Assembly Vote

Electoral campaigning for the Assembly’s candidates has drawn to a close at a rally attended by thousands of people in Caracas


Venezuelans Join Peaceful Dry Run Assembly Vote

Venezuelans voted this Sunday, ahead of the election of representatives to the National Constituent Assembly to be held on July 30


USA Agents Responsible in Charge of Coup Plan in Venezuela

Jounalist Jose Vicente Rangel has ratified that one of the objectives of the conspiracy is the overthrow of President Nicolas Maduro


Cuba Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Caracas

Cuba resolutely rejects the use of terrorism and foreign interference in Venezuela, while reiterating its firmest solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution


Venezuela Slams Helicopter ‘Terror’ Attack

A man hijacked a helicopter then lobbed 4 grenades at the Supree Court building, where 80 people were working


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