April 14th @ 2:08 PM GMT
Yahoo! A Venezuelan journalist has been freed eight days after she was kidnapped. (World)
April 14th @ 4:42 PM GMT
Reuters A high-profile Venezuelan journalist was freed on Monday after a week-long kidnapping that brought attention once again to the South American country's endemic violent crime.<img width='1' height='1' src='http://reuters.us.feedsportal.com/c/35217/f/654198/s/39580c72/sc/11/mf.gif' border='0'/><br clear='all'/> (World)
April 14th @ 9:18 PM GMT
Yahoo! Benito Chinea, the former chief executive of Direct Access Partners LLC, and Joseph Demeneses, a onetime managing director at the firm, were the latest individuals charged in connection with foreign bribes paid to secure trading business. Federal prosecutors in New York accuse Chinea, 47, and Demeneses, 44, of participating in a bribery scheme from 2008 through 2012 involving payments to a senior official at Caracas-based Banco de Desarrollo Econmico y Social de Venezuela, known as Bandes. ... (World)
April 16th @ 4:02 AM GMT
Yahoo! When Judith Faraiz's son was near death after a severe motorcycle accident, she put his life in the hands of God and Cuban doctors. (World)
April 17th @ 12:49 AM GMT
Wall Street Journal Late President Hugo Chávez's successor, Nicolás Maduro, has taken more severe—and many say violent—measures to stamp out dissent during the past 10 weeks of turmoil caused by a protest movement. (World)
April 15th @ 5:14 PM GMT
Yahoo! Venezuela's government and opposition will sit down Tuesday for a new round of talks aimed at ending two months of deadly protests that have rocked the oil-rich nation. Vice President Jorge Arreaza will preside over the meeting with the Democratic Unity (MUD) coalition, which agreed to begin the talks last week under the auspices of South American nations and the Vatican. Anti-government protests have rattled Venezuela since February, leaving at least 41 people dead and more than 600 injur... (World)
April 16th @ 2:32 PM GMT
Yahoo! Negotiators from Venezuela's government and the opposition agreed to broaden membership in a truth commission tasked with investigating who's to blame for 41 deaths tied to weeks of political unrest. (World)
April 16th @ 2:42 AM GMT
Yahoo! Venezuela's government and opposition sat down for a new round of talks aimed at ending two months of deadly protests that have rocked the oil-rich nation. Vice President Jorge Arreaza was leading the meeting with the Democratic Unity (MUD) coalition, which agreed to begin the talks last week under the auspices of South American nations and the Vatican. ''Here with the (UNASUR) foreign ministers, and the nuncio, we are starting the first session of preparatory work. We will comment on th... (World)
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