Last week Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ordered the last of the US diplomats out of Venezuela, saying their presence was a "constraint" on US policy toward the country. The wording seemed intended to convey the idea that the US is about to launc
On February 23 the U.S. created a 'humanitarian aid' stunt at the border between Colombia and Venezuela. The stunt ended in a riot during which the supporters of the self declared 'president' Guaidó burned the trucks that where supposed to transport
Washington is growing increasingly desperate as its coup efforts go further south in Venezuela...
Furious locals shared images online of the polluted water flowing out of household taps in San Diego, Venezuela
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During the past few days, Venezuela was suffering a major blackout that left the country in darkness. The crisis started on March 7 with a failure at the Guri hydroelectric power plant, which produces 80% of the country's power. Additionally, an ex
A September 2010 memo by a US-funded soft power organization that helped train Venezuelan coup leader Juan Guaido and his allies identifies the potential collapse of the country's electrical sector as "a watershed event" that "would likely ha
Electrical systems in Venezuela have been targeted by another cyberattack, President Nicholas Maduro has said. Caracas has accused the US of "sabotage", while US officials blame local corruption and mismanagement for the blackout.
Threatened Sanctions Against Countries that Support President Maduro
New reports about the U.S. coup attempt in Venezuela describe the current mood in Washington as 'frustration'. They also shine new light on why of the opposition's plans failed.
US-named Venezuela president Juan Guaido defied the Venezuelan government and returned to the country yesterday. US neocons were hoping that his arrest would open the door to US military action. They were disappointed. The Venezuelan government stood
So, you might want to sit down for this, but believe it or not it appears that the US government is using the fallout from its "humanitarian aid" performance to justify further sanctions against the Venezuelan government.