US Senate to Hold Hearings on Venezuela

Sanctions Bill Co-Author Senator Marco Rubio Calls for More Sanctions

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, Chairman of the Western Hemisphere Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, has announced that the Senate will hold hearings on the situation in Venezuela on Tuesday, March 17.

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Chavez's Legacy: 2 Years On

It's two years since that windy afternoon that Nicolas Maduro went on television and announced that a huge international and rebellious voice had died. And perhaps the size and intensity of the events that followed were some measure of the huge impact he had.

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Venezuela Gives U.S. 15 Days to Reduce Number of Embassy Personnel

CARACAS – Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said Monday that the United States will have 15 days to present a list of the diplomatic officials who will remain in the South American country after being instructed to reduce the number of embassy personnel from 100 to 17.

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