Opposition insists on regime change, not talks
Wednesday 26th Apr 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
By Julian Jones
posted by Morning Star in Features
VENEZUELAN opposition rioters “wanted to burn children” when they attacked a maternity hospital in the capital last week, the mayor of a Caracas district said on Friday.
Armed gangs — which Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez claims were hired by the opposition...
Monday 24th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
Coup enthusiasts behind violence, government reveals
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
VENEZUELAN President Nicolas Maduro has ordered a probe into a Spanish-owned mobile phone network’s support for regime-change protests.
Mr Maduro said on Thursday night that Movistar, a subsidiary of Spain’s Telefonica — which also owns Britain’s O2 — had...
Tens of thousands turn out to prevent coup against President Maduro
Friday 21st Apr 2017
ANTI-IMPERIALISTS rallied around the world on Wednesday night in solidarity with Venezuela against regime-change protests.
Demonstrations in countries across South America and Europe including France, Portugal, Spain and Russia all saw actions in defence of democracy and...
US car giant General Motors said yesterday that it would no longer do business in Venezuela after its factory there was expropriated by the government.
The takeover — the latest response by the United Socialist Party government to the economic crisis it accuses Washington of...
VENEZUELAN President Nicolas Maduro raised security on Tuesday night ahead of opposition regime change protests he accused the US of backing.
Mr Maduro reacted to threats from the US State Department of an “international response” if “peaceful protests” were...
Thursday 20th Apr 2017
How the Organisation of American States and right-wing groupings are conspiring to oust democratically elected president Maduro
Wednesday 19th Apr 2017