Guaido supporters have reportedly exited the Venezuelan embassy in Brazil, according to an associate of self-declared opposition leader Juan Guaido
After 18 months in prison, Brazil’s former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva pledged to bring the country back to the left.
The show took producer Claudia Salazar three years to secure sponsorship to finance the show.
Oil slicks have been appearing for three months off the coast of northeast Brazil and fouling beaches along a 2,000-kilometre area of Brazil's most celebrated shoreline. The government names a Greek-flagged tanker as the prime suspect.
Opponents said prohibiting flights would simply make it harder for Cuban-Americans to visit their families outside the capital, without making a significant impact on the Cuban government.
With poor working conditions and wages as low as a few dollars a month in their home country, some Venezuelans have no choice but to seek greener pastures.
Ecuador’s labour unions, along with its sizeable indigenous population, are fed up with the IMF-imposed policies of the socialist President Lenin Moreno.
With an intensifying Argentine recession, the Venezuelan diaspora are caught up in another crisis.
Several people have died in the past three weeks amid the often violent political clashes.
The UN Human Rights Council voted to send a team of investigators to investigate alleged violations while the EU imposed sanctions on seven Venezuelan intelligence and security officials.
Sixteen nations voted to employ a regional defence treaty to impose sanctions against the oil-rich country which suffers from hyperinflation and shortages of basic goods.
Venezuelan officials launched an investigation based on photos appearing in social media allegedly showing opposition leader Juan Guaido posing with two suspected members of a Colombian drug-trafficking group.
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