Monthly Archives: February 2020

2020-02-29: News Headlines

Prof. Marjorie Cohn (2020-02-28). If Venezuelan Embassy Protectors Are Retried, Jury Should Hear About US Crimes. globalresearch.ca On February 28, federal prosecutors will announce whether they plan to retry four people who spent 37 days in the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, D.C.,

Melissa Petro (2020-02-26). Bloomberg Forced Me From My Teaching Job After He Learned I'd Been a Sex Worker. thenation.com Bloomberg Forced Me From My Teaching Job After He Learned I'd Been a Sex Worker…

news.un (2020-02-25). One in three Venezuelans not getting enough to eat, UN study finds. news.un.org Hyperinflation in Venezuela means that roughly one-third of the population — more than nine million people — do not get enough to eat and are in need of assistance, according to estimates published on Tuesday by the World Food Programme (WFP).

Venezuela Analysis (2020-02-06). Embassy Protection Collective: "We Are Not the Ones Who Violated the Law" theantimedia.com In this exclusive interview, VA talks to the activists who defended the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington DC ahead of their trial.

Joe Emersberger (2019-12-20). Notes on a private TV newscast in Bolivia. The contrast with Venezuela is clear as day. zcomm.org In August, I took detailed notes a news broadcast on one of Venezuela's largest TV networks. I summarized these notes in an interview I did with the Real News Network making the point that Venezuela's private media (which reaches 60-90% of households) is remarkably free — most especially when you consider the US is openly

Joe Emersberger (2019-12-16). Francisco Rodriguez answers some questions I asked about Venezuela. zcomm.org Venezuelan economist Francisco Rodriguez, formerly of Torino Economics, answered a few questions of mine about his country. He was the economic adviser to Henri Falcon, the second place finisher in the May 2018 presidential election. His updated estimate for 2019 is that Venezuela's real GDP will contract by 25% . That's horrific, but less severe

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If Venezuelan Embassy Protectors Are Retried, Jury Should Hear About US Crimes
Prof. Marjorie Cohn | globalresearch.ca | 2020-02-28
On February 28, federal prosecutors will announce whether they plan to retry four people who spent 37 days in the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, D.C., in the spring of 2019 to protect it from an illegal invasion by the U.S. …
globalresearch.ca/venezuelan-embassy-pro…

Guyana Goes to the Polls Hoping to End Its Political Crisis
telesurenglish.net | 2020-02-28
Guyana's oil boom will influence the results of the March 2 elections, which are called to end the long period of political instability and stagnation that the South American country has been experiencing since 2018. | RELATED: | Venezuela: US Comments on Guyana Affair are Interventionist | The Guyanese people have been waiting for this day since their president David Granger received a motion of no confidence against him, which was validated by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ…
telesurenglish.net/news/guyana-goes-to-t…

Bloomberg Forced Me From My Teaching Job After He Learned I'd Been a Sex Worker
Melissa Petro | thenation.com | 2020-02-26
Bloomberg Forced Me From My Teaching Job After He Learned I'd Been a Sex Worker…
thenation.com/article/politics/warren-bl…

One in three Venezuelans not getting enough to eat, UN study finds
news.un.org | 2020-02-25
Hyperinflation in Venezuela means that roughly one-third of the population

Embassy Protection Collective: "We Are Not the Ones Who Violated the Law"
Venezuela Analysis | theantimedia.com | 2020-02-06
In this exclusive interview, VA talks to the activists who defended the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington DC ahead of their trial.

Embassy Protection Collective: "We Are Not the Ones Who Violated the Law"