A recently released document shows that the National Endowment for Democracy tried to promote free speech in Venezuela in 2011 through local rock bands. But there’s a lot more to that story
Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said that press workers would be allowed to work during the social quarantine, yet some reporters and outlets found out that pledge isn't being kept.
A new undercover report on the state telecom company confirmed it's in dire conditions. Sadly, the fallout was censorship, repression and maybe a curious accident.
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