KUMARAKAPAY, Venezuela At dawn on February 22, as Venezuela's opposition was preparing to bring humanitarian aid into the country, a convoy of military vehicles drove into the indigenous village of Kumarakapay on its way to the Brazilian border.
EL CALLAO, Venezuela, Feb 10 Venezuela's most
successful financial operations in recent years have not taken
place on Wall Street, but in primitive gold-mining camps in the
nation's southern reaches.
(This February 10 story corrects to remove reference to Istanbul Gold Refinery (IGR)) | Video
PUERTO ORDAZ, Venezuela Venezuela's Pemon, an indigenous people living along the border with Brazil, are determined to allow into the embattled country any foreign aid that may arrive, even if that means a showdown with Venezuelan security forces and the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
CARACAS/CIUDAD GUAYANA, Venezuela As oil companies and traders worldwide tried to decipher the impact of U.S. sanctions slapped on Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA earlier this week, residents of the South American country had a familiar response: Get in line.
TUMEREMO, Venezuela Seven people were killed near a remote gold mine in southeastern Venezuela, family members said on Wednesday, the latest in a number of violent incidents related to illegal mining in the crisis-stricken country.
TUMEREMO, Venezuela, Oct 17 Seven people were
killed near a remote gold mine in southeastern Venezuela, family
members said on Wednesday, the latest in a number of violent
incidents related to illegal mining in the crisis-stricken
SAN FELIX, Venezuela A youth was killed in the Venezuelan city of San Felix overnight when demonstrators protesting power and water outages partially burned a small police station, police said on Tuesday.
CIUDAD GUAYANA, Venezuela A second day of lootings and scattered street protests hit the Ciudad Guayana in southeastern Venezuela on Tuesday, as unrest grows in the once-booming industrial city plagued with food shortages and a malaria outbreak.
CARACAS/CIUDAD GUAYANA, Venezuela There was no way Jose Ramon Garcia, a food transporter in Venezuela, could afford new tires for his van at $350 each. | Video