Por siempre, siempre, siempre y no habrá marcha atrás.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
A congressional aide expects the bill to pass the House before stalling in the Senate.
Congress is moving forward with a bill imposing sanctions on officials in the government of Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro. A small but vocal group of expats build a base in Florida.
The State Department is working behind the scenes to stop Congress from putting sanctions on the Maduro government.
Rodrigo Diamanti has been denied access to his family and lawyers.
Armed forces arrested 243 people, mostly students. Protestors had camped in multiple sites in Caracas for several weeks.
Todd Michael Leininger had been living in Venezuela for two months, according to reports.
Juanes spoke to BuzzFeed about the Colombian literary giant, the Latino community standing up for immigrants, and the conflict in Venezuela.
The socially conscious frontman of Calle 13, one of the most popular groups in Latin America, says Latino artists have to come together to support and defend their community.
The legacy of Hugo Chavez hangs over Venezuela — and the country’s protest leaders are having a hard time bringing his followers into their fold.
More than 50 employees have left the local network after it was sold to businessmen with close government ties.
“They are spying on us and trying to know everything we do.”
Leopoldo Lopez was jailed shortly after Venezuela’s anti-government protests began. “In Venezuela there’s no justice. And he represents that,” one activist said.
Yoani Sanchez said she’s learning from the protesters in Venezuela and thanked them for what they’re doing.
President Nicolas Maduro has crossed a “red line,” Maria Corina Machado says.
Henrique Capriles faces a split opposition and a shortage of funds. “It is not enough to get rid of Maduro.”
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Three died in protests on Wednesday to mark the one-month anniversary since Venezuela’s anti-government protests turned violent.
“They can kill one of us but the rest will continue.”
The Florida senator has become a conservative golden boy again after a 14-minute speech he never meant to give.
The Venezuelan president on Friday called for a dialogue with Obama to “put the truth on the table.” Kerry responded by denouncing the Venezuelan government’s human rights abuses.
While massive student protests and the government’s heavy-handed response to them lit the match that ignited fierce clashes, anger has been building for a long time.
On Wednesday 22-year-old Genesis Carmona became the fifth person to die during Venezuela’s political protests.
A group of about 20 armed men on motorcycles demanded the network’s crew hand over their equipment. The journalists were unharmed in the incident, CNN said.
A social media crackdown as protests threaten the government.
“All of these problems — shortages, inflation, insecurity, the lack of opportunities — have a single culprit: the government.”
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The model and novela actress was killed in an attempted robbery after her car broke down.