Venezuela celebrates arrival of Iranian petrol tanker

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The first of five Iranian tankers has docked in the South American country. A worker of the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA waves an Iranian flag as the Iranian-flagged oil tanker Fortune docks at the El Palito refinery in Puerto … Read More

Venezuela’s gasoline goes from world’s cheapest to steepest

PUERTO ORDAZ/MARACAIBO, Venezuela (Reuters) – Venezuelans reported paying above $2 per liter ($7.57 per gallon) for gasoline last week amid fuel shortages, one of the world’s highest rates and a dramatic reversal for an OPEC nation that long boasted of … Read More

Trump finds bipartisan support for a pro-U.S. Venezuelan leader Guaido

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Even Nancy Pelosi applauded his appearance at the State of the Union. Photo by: Leah Millis – Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido waves as President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress … Read More

Sorry If You’re Offended, but Socialism Leads to Misery and Destitution

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Socialism is the leading man-made cause of death and misery in human existence. On the same day that Venezuela’s “democratically” elected socialist president, Nicolas Maduro, whose once-wealthy nation now has citizens foraging for food, announced he was lopping five zeros … Read More