About 3,000 people marched Saturday in the northern Chilean port city of Iquique to protest the presence of undocumented Venezuelans, with some demonstrators scuffling with migrants and a radical fringe setting fire to belongings at an empty immigrant camp. Some more radical demonstrators went to a small camp set up by some Venezuelan migrants -- who were not there -- and burned their few belongings: tents, mattresses, bags, blankets and toys.
A man who tied up his ex-girlfriend inside a suitcase and left her to suffocate to death by the side of a road in Connecticut has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.Javier Da Silva Rojas, 26, from Queens, New York, pled guilty last year to one count of kidnapping resulting in death for his savage attack on 24-year-old Valerie Reyes, a book shop worker and aspiring tattoo artist.At a sentencing hearing in White Plains on Thursday, Ms Reyes’ mother Norma Sanchez called Da Silva a “selfish, greedy and soulless person” who “deserve[s] nothing but pain and rejection”.Da Silva...
Two American Green Berets in Venezuela's Most Notorious Prison "not mercenaries and not part of an invasion"
Many have heard the story of a couple of "rouge" American cowboys storming the shores of Venezuela, May 2020, and trying to shoot the place up, capture, or kill the Venezuelan President to install the U.S.-backed opposition member Juan Guaidó. That's far from the truth, with a touch of reality to it.
DETROIT -- Victor Reyes was batting .143 (9-for-63) with 18 strikeouts, a .407 OPS and a negative OPS+ when the Tigers optioned him to Triple-A Toledo in early May. He was batting just marginally better, .157, when he went on the injured list with an intercostal strain in early June.
TAMPA — The top-line trends are widely known, visible in political campaigns, video programming and store shelves: People of Hispanic heritage are growing in total number and as a share of the U.S. population. This decades-old progression is affirmed again in a much-anticipated annual survey from the Pew Research Center...
The crypto market boom has not only caused growing adoption from both retail and institutional sectors, but it has also seen a massive entry of new cryptocurrencies. Over the past year, many new cryptocurrencies have flocked the market to tap into the growth of this sector. One of the main...
CARACAS/HOUSTON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Venezuela has agreed to a key contract to swap its heavy oil for Iranian condensate that it can use to improve the quality of its tar-like crude, with the first cargoes due this week, five people close to the deal said. As the South American country seeks...
Republican Executive Vice President Delcy Rodriguez called on the Chilean government this Sunday to respect the physical integrity of Venezuelan immigrants. In the same vein, Republican President Nicolas Maduro announced this Sunday that he had ordered the implementation of the Volda a la Batria project for the return of the country’s people to Chile.
Even though Cardinal Urosa lost his final battle against a disease that only further crippled his nation, he leaves behind a generation he inspired to fight the good fight until the very end. […]. On Sept. 24, the Archdiocese of Caracas announced the passing Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino of Venezuela....
FLORIDA: America is now on a path to look like Venezuela within a very few years. This long and seemingly inevitable slide typically begins with the slow, subtle alteration of language. The aim: To confuse young citizens through manipulating and altering the commonly accepted meaning of common words. Semantics or semantic manipulation of the meaning of language offers a convenient tool and one that’s little understood by its targets.
Detroit — Victor Reyes walked slowly up the stairs from the clubhouse to the dugout, his head shrouded in a hoodie, hands tucked in the kangaroo pouch, eyes downcast. Rough morning, for sure. Just as he had caught fire at the plate, just as he was getting consistent starts and...
Iran and Venezuela have struck an oil deal amid U.S. sanctions on the countries, five people with knowledge of the deal told Reuters. Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) and National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) struck the deal that is set to last for six months but could be extended longer, one person told the outlet.
Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: Reuters Deisy Buitrago and Marianna Parraga and Matt Spetalnick Article content CARACAS/HOUSTON/WASHINGTON — Venezuela has agreed to a key contract to swap its heavy oil for Iranian condensate that it can use to improve the quality of its tar-like crude, with the first cargoes due this week, five people close to the deal said. As the South American country seeks to boost its flagging oil exports in the face of U.S. sanctions, according to the sources, the deal between state-run firms Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) and National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) deepens the cooperation between two of Washington’s foes. Advertisement Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues …
The Plenipotentiary Representative, Jorge Rodriguez, stated on Saturday that negotiations will continue between the government delegation and the opposition to advance the conclusion of agreements. This came in the hours of Saturday night, after the speech of the Norwegian government, which renewed its position to maintain its neutrality in dialogues.
Guido Bellido’s threat to “nationalize” the Camisea gas brought with it various reactions on the part of various figures of Peruvian politics, who also used their social networks to speak both for and against. One of the most enthusiastic about the Prime Minister’s request to renegotiate the distribution of profits...
A Venezuelan government delegation arrived on Saturday in the Mexican capital, Mexico City; To meet with representatives of the opposition, within the framework of the third round of talks held under Norwegian mediation. “We have come to the beautiful and hospitable land of Mexico to defend the truth and dignity...
The Group of Friends in Defense of the United Nations Charter consisting of 18 countries suffering the impact of unilateralism held its first ministerial meeting at Venezuela’s UN Mission in New York City on September 23. The countries have called for the respect of the principles of the charter such as multilateralism, peace, and respect of national sovereignty.