Latest Articles On Venezuela News
Venezuela agreed to more than $7 billion of financing from China and Russian and French energy companies for infrastructure and oil-project development.
Venezuela is renewing a $5 billion credit line with China that will be repaid in oil and other fuels and is negotiating a financing deal with Russia for an undisclosed sum, the country's economy vice president said on Friday. Rafael Ramirez said Venezuelan officials had visited China and Russia and held meetings with officials, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, to arrange new financing ...
Rule of law in Venezuela is weaker than anywhere else world in the world, as measured in the World Justice Report’s annual index. More than half of all government officials are believed to be involved in corrupt practices, and three-fourths of Venezuelans feel unsafe or very unsafe walking in their neighborhood at night. Not our correspondent in the South American country, who was robbed twice ...
Venezuela is coming under increasing international scrutiny amid violence that mostly recently killed a National Guardsman and a civilian in a clash at a protest barricade.
Latest Articles On Brazil News
With a building spree tearing apart sections of Rio de Janeiro, archaeological finds are giving new insight into its old role as a slave trade center.
Brazil defeated South Africa, 5-0, in a friendly match on Wednesday.
Companhia Urbana de Dança, a Brazilian dance troupe composed of young people, is so wonderful that it seems miraculous.
Several roving parties that represent people with mentally illnesses are expressing their creativity and “claiming our place symbolically, socially and politically in society.”
Latest Articles On Peru News
CUSCO, Peru, March 8 (UPI) -- Security at the Peruvian historical site of Machu Picchu has been increased after a recent string of streakers invading the centuries-old Inca citadel.
The Indians get doubled-up by Section II's Averill Park in the NYSPHSAA Class A regional semifinals.
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Peru's transport and communications ministry (MTC) is developing a project to rehabilitate and improve the Puerto Arica highway, stretching through Loreto department.