CDC Official Meets with ALBA on Ebola

As of  Wednesday,  specialists from 30 countries are having a meeting convened by ALBA  in Havana, Cuba, to discuss measures to prevent the spread of Ebola in the Americas.

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Venezuelan Indigenous Educator Concludes U.S. Tour

As part of the commemoration of Indigenous Resistance Day , the Venezuelan Indigenous educator Flor Angela Palmar began a US tour to present, among other things, the progress of the Venezuelan government on indigenous issues and to promote the book…

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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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ICS Poll:
President Maduro’s Job Approval at 53.2%

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According to the latest survey from International Consulting Services (ICS), 53.2% of Venezuelan polled approved of President Maduro’s administration, while 71.4% said that opposition political party Democratic Unity Committee (MUD, by its Spanish language acronym) was doing “somewhat poorly” or…

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Economic and Social Development

Venezuela: Free of Illiteracy for Nine Years

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On October 28, 2005, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) sent a message of congratulations to the Venezuelan people and then-President Hugo Chávez for their extraordinary efforts in making the country a territory free of illiteracy, which…

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Environment and Energy

Venezuela’s Natural Gas Reserves Increase to 197 Trillion Cubic Feet


The remaining proven natural gas reserves in Venezuela reached 197.1 trillion cubic feet due to the addition of 2,294,989 cubic feet at the end of 2013, according to the a report from the Ministry of Oil and Mining published in…

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