Humanitarian Aid

Senate to Vote on $400 Million Humanitarian Aid Bill to Venezuela

The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Venezuela Emergency Relief, Democracy Assistance, and Development (VERDAD) Act on Wednesday, which would provide $400 million in humanitarian assistance to crisis-stricken Venezuela.

TOPSHOT - People queue to receive drums to collect water and water purification tablets from members of the Venezuelan Red Cross in Caricuao neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, on April 16, 2019. - The first shipment of Red Cross humanitarian aid arrived in crisis-wracked Venezuela on Tuesday following approval from President …

Juan Guaidó Warns He May Be Arrested on Return to Venezuela

Venezuelan Interim President Juan Guaidó has warned he could be arrested when he returns to his country later this week, after he traveled to Colombia to work on efforts to remove the ruling Maduro regime from power. 

With Maduro clinging on in Venezuela, Trump has limited options

Guaidó Claims Venezuela Now Receiving Humanitarian Aid

Venezuelan interim President Juan Guaidó claimed on Monday that he successfully secured the entry of humanitarian aid into the country, despite the socialist Maduro regime using the military to block its entry.

Venezuela opposition prepares protest, presses for aid to be let in

Maduro Tweets About Salsa While Venezuelans Starve Waiting for U.S. Aid on Border

Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro congratulated the heads of a government program known as “Salsa Heart” on Twitter Friday, attempting to move the spotlight away from his refusal to step down following his constitutional replacement by President Juan Guaidó and towards a tropical dance initiative meant to keep youth from protesting against socialism.

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EU Offers $47 Million in Aid to Venezuela

The European Union has gifted Venezuela’s Maduro regime $47 million to help a population in increasing need of economic and humanitarian assistance. 

Canada imposes new sanctions on Venezuela

5 Epic Failures of North Korean Science and Industry

North Korea’s belligerent threats, claims of military supremacy, and claims of an official ideology based on independence and personal achievement are difficult to square with the endless series of horrifying blunders by the regime in Pyongyang.

North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has threatened ever more missile tests and had boasted this week that the firing of an intermediate-range Hwasong-12 over Japan was a mere "curtain-raiser"