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24 April 2017 15:43

  A Venezuelan national has reportedly died less than a week after she sustained injuries to her head during pro-government demonstrations in the capital Caracas. Almelina Carrillo, 47, died on Sunday, the head of Venezuela’s Moral Council, Tarek Saab, wrote on Twitter. Carrillo had reportedly been hit in the head by a bottle thrown from a building during a rally on April 19. Her...

24 April 2017 9:05

  A Venezuelan national has reportedly died less than a week after she sustained injuries to her head during pro-government demonstrations in the capital Caracas. Almelina Carrillo, 47, died on Sunday, the head of Venezuela’s Moral Council, Tarek Saab, wrote on Twitter. Carrillo had reportedly been hit in the head by a bottle thrown from a building during a rally on April 19. Her...

23 April 2017 13:04

Thousands of Venezuelans have staged a “silent” march in Venezuela’s capital Caracas and other cities to pay tribute to the 20 people who have been killed in political violence in the country in recent weeks. The protesters, dressed in white shirts, marched peacefully to the headquarters of Venezuela’s Catholic bishops’ confederation on the west end of Caracas on Saturday, carrying Venezuelan...

21 April 2017 10:16

  Venezuela’s government has stressed that armed gangs, allegedly hired by the opposition, have attacked a maternity hospital, amid protests that continue against the government across the Latin American country. Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez blamed the opposition for the attack, which she said occurred on Thursday night. “I denounce before the international community that armed gangs hired by the opposition attacked a maternity...

15 April 2017 14:49

  The US National Security Agency has compromised users of a major international money-transfer system used by some financial institutions and banks in the Middle East and Latin America, a group of hackers says. The Shadow Brokers hacking group claimed in a blog post on Friday that it had obtained files and data that show the agency accessed the SWIFT messaging system. There is evidence "of the...

10 April 2017 11:06

  Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has called for an investigation to be launched against an opposition figure over a bizarre accusation that the government was using “chemical weapons” against anti-government protesters. Caracas-area Mayor David Smolansky, a leading opposition figure, claimed on social media on Saturday that a red gas had been used to disperse protesters during recent anti-government demonstrations. Caracas was “beginning to...

9 April 2017 22:05

  Anti-government protesters in Venezuela have clashed with police during demonstrations against a ban on opposition leader Henrique Capriles to run for office for 15 years. Protesters threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, who responded with tear gas and rubber bullets, in the capital city, Caracas, on Saturday. At least 17 people were treated for injuries, according to Ramon Muchacho, a Caracas-area...

8 April 2017 17:05

  Venezuelan authorities have barred a key opposition leader from public office for 15 years amid rising political tensions in the Latin American state. Henrique Capriles is the current governor of the northern state of Miranda and a former presidential candidate. State comptroller Manuel Galindo on Friday imposed a “sanction of disqualification from exercising public office for a period of 15 years,” his...

6 April 2017 13:53

  Workers have vowed a general strike in recession-hit Argentina on Thursday, drawing complaints from conservative President Mauricio Macri as he prepares to host leaders and businesspeople for an economic forum. The strike raises pressure on Macri as he struggles to help Argentina recover from recession ahead of mid-term legislative elections in October. He took office in December 2015 vowing to rescue the...

5 April 2017 16:42

  Brazil has harshly criticized Israel for having recently approved new settlements in the occupied West Bank for the first time in more than 20 years. “The settlements in (Palestinian territory) are illegal and amount to an obstacle for the two-state solution and for a fair and lasting peace,” the Brazilian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. The ministry also reiterated...

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