Nicaragua’s Sandinista regime sentenced several anti-government protesters to hundreds of years in prison for defying the regime this week.
Venezuelan leader Juan Guaidó led dozens of opposition lawmakers from Caracas on Thursday to collect a U.S. humanitarian aid convoy from the Colombian border, in defiance of the socialist regime’s attempts to block its entry.
The pro-democracy dissident organization Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU) announced Wednesday that over 120 people across the island had joined their collective hunger strike protesting the abuses of the Castro regime against opponents of a “new” Communist Party constitution set to pass this weekend.
The socialist regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro has relocated a rival concert intended to drown out an international humanitarian effort on the Colombian border to the Tienditas bridge connecting the two countries, authorities confirmed Wednesday, meaning both concerts will take place in the same location simultaneously.
The socialist regime in Venezuela closed its land and air borders with neighboring countries on Wednesday to prevent the entry of U.S. humanitarian aid into the crisis-stricken country.
Brazil vowed on Tuesday to defy Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro and deliver humanitarian aid to the country, which Maduro has deployed his military to prevent.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro denounced U.S. President Donald Trump for his speech Monday warning that democracy would soon return to the country.
Japan recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the country’s legitimate president on Tuesday, joining the over 50 democratic nations around the world to have already done so.
A group of 89 pro-democracy dissidents, members of the Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU), asked President Donald Trump in an open letter published Monday for his support for their campaign against a Communist Party referendum to impose a new constitution on the country.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly refused, most recently in a speech Monday, to rule out using the military to end the tyrannical socialist rule of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela, concerning many with little appetite for a major U.S. military intervention in yet another country.
Russia will send 300 tonnes of aid to Venezuela to alleviate the country’s worsening humanitarian crisis, socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Monday.
Venezuela’s socialist dictatorship announced Tuesday the organization of a concert on the Colombian border to celebrate the repressive regime, a direct response to a coordinated effort led by British billionaire Richard Branson to organize a concert on the Colombian side to raise funds for humanitarian aid.
Officials at the Department of State are trying to decide whether to help Venezuela’s socialist regime by allowing opponents to get sanctuary in Florida’s real estate and job markets.
“A new day is coming in Latin America, it is coming,” Trump said as he took the stage in a speech at Florida International University on Monday.
The president is expected to offer strong support for interim President Juan Guaido and call for dictator Nicolás Maduro to step down from power.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) visited the Colombian border town of Cucutá on Sunday, where he blasted the inhumanity of socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro and pledged to force through the arrival of humanitarian aid from the United States.
China’s state-run Global Times newspaper praised the nation’s internment camps for Muslim ethnic minorities once again on Sunday, announcing that diplomats from Cuba, Venezuela, and other dictatorships will receive tours of the “vocational centers” to tell the world of their success.
Virgin Group tycoon Richard Branson surprised many last week with the announcement of his involvement in a charity concert to benefit the starving people of Venezuela, entering their third decade of socialism oppression.
Virgin Group billionaire Richard Branson announced on Friday the launch of an effort to raise $100 million in 60 days for the people of Venezuela centered around “Venezuela Aid Live,” a concert featuring some of the biggest names in the Latin American music industry.
The head of the dissident organization Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU) announced Friday that the number of pro-democracy activists staging a hunger strike against the regime’s violence has risen to 43 people, following a week of raids of UNPACU members’ homes in which police beat and arbitrarily imprisoned many of its leaders.
Former Venezuelan National Assembly leader Julio Borges said on Thursday that any presidential elections with Nicolás Maduro still in power would have “no meaning” and a transition period must occur before any elections.
Venezuela’s Interim President Juan Guaidó took steps this week to regain control of the U.S.-based Venezuelan oil refiner Citgo, replacing Maduro-era leaders with his preferred officials.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) attacked Special Envoy on Venezuela Elliott Abrams in a House Foreign Affairs Committee session on Wednesday, accusing him of genocidal culpability for a “massacre” in 1980s El Salvador during which “more than 800 civilians, including children as young as two years old, were brutally murdered by U.S.-trained troops.”
Colombian President Ivan Duque has accused Cuba’s communist regime of spreading terrorism overseas, as the population reels from the aftermath of multiple deadly attacks at the hands of Marxist guerilla groups.
Venezuelan interim President Juan Guaidó’s envoy to Rome, Francisco Sucre, said in an interview this week that when the nation’s opposition organizes a free and fair election, dictator Nicolás Maduro will have the option of putting his name on the ballot.
President Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton spoke to recently-elected President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele on Wednesday, bringing the country into the regional coalition to address the socialist crisis in Venezuela.
Radical leftist Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) received an opportunity to redeem herself Thursday after displaying a shocking lack of knowledge on the situation in Venezuela on Twitter, referring to the Socialist International member party currently leading the opposition against that nation’s dictatorship as “far-right.”
The wife of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López said in an interview published Tuesday that her husband would consider running for president in any free elections in a post-Maduro era.
“Growing dissatisfaction” within the Venezuelan military is spreading in the chaos-ridden South American country, a top U.S. Department of State (DOS) official testified before a House panel on Wednesday.
The head of the Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU), a Cuban pro-democracy organization, announced Wednesday that 23 members of the group are on hunger strike after violent raids resulted in a mass arrest of fellow members in anticipation of the communist regime staging a fraudulent “constitutional referendum” this month.