By Viktor Katona
Guyana’s story shares many similarities with the story of the ugly duckling. One of the poorest countries in South America, it has historically been entirely dependent on oil.. Eurasia Review
As the political and economic situation in Venezuela continues to intensify, the Maduro government arrested Miguel Rodriguez Torres, a well-known former interior minister. What is behind this and does.. Source: Real News Network - Affiliate -
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro announced on Thursday that he has ordered three zeros to be knocked off the denomination of the country's bank notes. "I have decided to take three zeros off the.. Source: Euronews English -
Inspiring young musicians and advocating universal access to music has always been an important mission for Gustavo Dudamel. In Mexico City, he put four days aside from his Latin American tour to.. Source: Euronews English -
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A United Nations official said Friday that the multilateral organization will not provide any electoral assistance for Venezuela’s upcoming presidential vote, an election that.. Seattle Times Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOXNews.com
*Book review: Political Tribes, by Amy Chua*Politics based around tribal identity is not healthy for a country.
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Having spent the past decade pouring my every opinion and interest on to Facebook, I find myself outraged to discover that the data generated by my self-obsessed oversharing has been used to try and.. City A.M.
Spaniard Jon Rahm, the beaten finalist last year, is another player making an early exit after failing to win for the second day in a row but Rory McIlroy bounced back from an opening loss to beat.. Zee News
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he's tackling the country's staggering inflation by lopping three zeros off the increasingly worthless bolivar currency.Maduro.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro ordered a "re-denomination" of the ailing bolivar currency on Thursday, by knocking three zeroes off amid hyperinflation and a crippling.. Reuters India