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Venezuela
The opposition has a chance to gain momentum in December 6 parliamentary elections, but the game is rigged against them.
María Teresa Quispe learned through experience how deforestation and indigenous economic rights go hand-in-hand
Lilian Tintori opens up about Venezuela's opposition and her hopes for parliamentary elections in December.
Maduro has reached a new low point by deporting Colombians
Andreina Seijas checks out a Washington, D.C. eatery bringing Venezuelan flavors to U.S. palettes.

Clashes between Cuban and Venezuelan dissidents and pro-government supporters marked the initial proceedings of the Summit of the Americas in Panama City on Wednesday, two days before the summit officially begins.

Luisa Ortega, the Venezuelan Attorney General, declared Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López ineligible to run for parliament as a candidate for the Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (Democratic Unity Roundtable—MUD) until 2017.

Luego de superar el único intento de golpe de Estado registrado en los últimos 15 años, el entonces presidente de Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, ordenó la detención de Henrique Capriles Radonski—un joven alcalde opositor—quien debía manejar la seguridad de la Embajada de Cuba en medio de la crisis política nacional.

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