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Caracas (Venezuela)

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  • En medio de crisis económica, los venezolanos encuentran consuelo en el humor

    CARACAS (Reuters) - De pronto, un genio aparece de la lámpara que sostiene un sorprendido niño venezolano y, apuntándole con el dedo índice, le dice: "Pídeme lo que quieras, menos papel toilette". La inflación más alta de América, la crisis de...
  • Rosneft pagará en septiembre 440 mln dlrs a PDVSA por emprendimiento conjunto en Venezuela

    CARACAS (Reuters) - La rusa Rosneft, la mayor petrolera del mundo, se comprometió el martes a pagar en septiembre a la estatal Petróleos de Venezuela 440 millones de dólares a partir de un desembolso total de 1.100 millones de dólares para una empresa...
  • EEUU "decepcionado" con Holanda por liberación de venezolano requerido por drogas

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Estados Unidos está "profundamente decepcionado" con Holanda por la liberación del ex jefe de inteligencia militar venezolano detenido por acusaciones de narcotráfico y "alarmado" por reportes que indican que Caracas usó amenazas...
  • Stolen Matisse painting worth around $3 million returned to Venezuela

    Stolen Matisse painting worth around $3 million returned to Venezuela
    CARACAS (Reuters) - A painting believed to be a 1925 work by French artist Henri Matisse worth around $3 million was returned to Venezuela from the United States on Monday more than a decade after it was stolen from a museum in Caracas, Venezuela's...
  • Desalojan la emblemática Torre de David en Venezuela

    CARACAS - El Gobierno venezolano comenzó hoy el desalojo coordinado con sus ocupantes de la emblemática Torre de David, como se conoce a la Torre Confinanzas, un enorme edificio inconcluso en el centro de Caracas que permanece ocupado por más de mil...
  • Venezuelan judge rules government critic must face trial

    Venezuelan judge rules government critic must face trial
    A Venezuelan judge ruled Thursday that Leopoldo Lopez, a harsh government critic and former mayor of a Caracas suburb, will face trial on charges of incitement to violence and will continue to be held without bond. Judge Adriana Lopez issued her...
  • Air carrier group to Venezuela: Time to pay up on ticket revenue

    Air carrier group to Venezuela: Time to pay up on ticket revenue
    The group of international air carriers on Tuesday said Venezuela's government had reneged on a promise to pay billions of dollars in ticket fees, an accusation that followed a second airline's announcement that it would stop all flights in and out of the...
  • Fallece Jacinto Convit, médico venezolano que inventó la vacuna contra la lepra

    Fallece Jacinto Convit, médico venezolano que inventó la vacuna contra la lepra
    El médico y científico venezolano Jacinto Convit, varias veces nominado al premio Nóbel de Medicina por haber ideado una vacuna contra la lepra, falleció el pasado lunes a los 100 años de edad, dijeron sus familiares. Convit fue galardonado con el...
  • Venezuela introduces food ID in face of shortages, black markets

    Venezuela introduces food ID in face of shortages, black markets
    CARACAS, Venezuela -- Grappling with scarcities of sugar, milk, cornmeal and other basic foods, the Venezuelan government Tuesday unveiled a new electronic identification system for shoppers that critics say is a modern version of a ration card. President...
  • Venezuela university officials decry attacks on students

    CARACAS, Venezuela — Officials at Venezuela's largest university called on President Nicolas Maduro on Friday to help protect students after masked pro-government vigilantes attacked a peaceful gathering on campus and injured seven people....
  • Venezuelan officials and opposition to meet after weeks of protests

    Venezuelan officials and opposition to meet after weeks of protests
    CARACAS, Venezuela -- The first face-to-face meeting between Venezuela's government and the political opposition since violent protests erupted in February are scheduled to start late Thursday, with the proceedings mediated by three Latin American foreign...
  • Venezuelan opposition demands government release prisoners

    Venezuelan opposition demands government release prisoners
    CARACAS, Venezuela — A marathon meeting between President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leaders that ended early Friday kept alive the possibility of a compromise between the two sides to halt Venezuela's slide toward anarchy. Maduro hosted 11...