The Liberator Simón Bolívar was Born 231 Years Ago

On July 24, 1783, Simón Bolívar was born in Caracas, Venezuela.  He would go on to lead the independence movements that began on April 19, 1810 and July 5, 1811.
Once the War of Independence began, Bolívar commanded armies during…

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Venezuela Week at Busboys and Poets

U.S. Academics and Experts Highlight Venezuela’s Progress on Social Issues+Video

Busboys and Poets, a restaurant and meeting space for the Washington DC metro area community, hosted a debate about titled “The Legacy of Independence and Democracy in Venezuela.”  The three U.S. panelists gave their impressions of the achievements of the…

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3 Months of a Continuing Coup against Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution

Terrorism is Not a Form of Protest
Document by the Ministry of People’s Power for Communication and Information.-
The terrorist guarimbas (violent protests) fostered by the Venezuelan right-wing have caused fear and unease among the people, in addition to a…

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Venezuela Rejects Illegal and Arbitrary Detention of Diplomat in Aruba


Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Ministry of People’s Power for Foreign Affairs

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela categorically rejects the illegal and arbitrary detention of Venezuelan diplomat, and carrier of a passport that identifies him as…

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Economic and Social Development

Maduro: The Path toward Bolivar’s Victory Was Restarted by Chávez


The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, declared on Thursday that the Liberator Simón Bolívar’s path and leadership toward victory was restarted by the Bolivarian Revolution, led by Commander Hugo Chávez.

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Environment and Energy

Venezuela will have a third satellite


The President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, said monday that Venezuela will have a third satellite, which will join the Simon Bolivar and Miranda, manufactured and constructed by the Chinese-Venezuelan cooperation.

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