Check out the new rebranding of the opposition, here we go again
Lacava is suing human rights activists for defamation after they called his police the most lethal in the country. Lawyer says that if the case goes to trial they will call the families of all the victims as witnesses
Venezuelan politics can be frustrating, but never boring. Here's a bit of what's happening with PDVSA sanctions while we wait for confirmation by the Department of the Treasury
“Carabobo State Police is one of the most lethal in Venezuela, with 221 victims of extrajudicial executions. Governor Rafael Lacava must be investigated,” said Marino Alvarado from Provea in March
The richest nurse in the world is coming to America! Here's your daily briefing of news
Turns out there was talk of military invasion in the White House regarding Venezuela. However, the pizza never arrived
Former mayor of Guanta Jhonnathan Marín Sanguino left Mexico and turned himself in to U.S. authorities in Miami on Monday.
Cecodap warned about the increased risk of suicide among children and teenagers in Venezuela.
Gladys Gutiérrez is back at the head of Venezuela's highest court.
The TSJ went from 32 to 20 justices. We've got the list of the "new" judges and links to more information on each of them
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