Turkey, Venezuela Deepen Cooperation, Seeking ‘New Era’


Turkey, Venezuela Deepen Cooperation, Seeking ‘New Era’  U.S. News & World ReportWorld briefs: Meeting with Trump leads to Venezuela policy change  Pittsburgh Post-GazetteMore than 500 killed over 2 years in Venezuelan government anti-crime campaign: report  Toronto StarFull coverage

World briefs: Meeting with Trump leads to Venezuela policy change

World briefs: Meeting with Trump leads to Venezuela policy change  Pittsburgh Post-GazetteMore than 500 killed over 2 years in Venezuelan government anti-crime campaign: report  Toronto StarFull coverage

Venezuela’s President Arrives in Turkey to Strengthen Ties

Venezuela’s President Arrives in Turkey to Strengthen Ties  teleSUR EnglishWorld briefs: Meeting with Trump leads to Venezuela policy change  Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFull coverage

Venezuela’s opposition-led congress seeks support in Paris

French President Emmanuel Macron (2ndR) talks with President of the Venezuelan parliament Julio Borges (L) and vice president of the Venezuelan parliament Freddy Guevara (2ndL) during a meeting, at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, September 4, …Venezuela leader won’t attend UN rights council meeting

Turkey, Iran and Russia to deploy observers around Syria’s Idlib, Turkey says

ANKARA/ASTANA (Reuters) – Russia, Iran and Turkey have agreed to post observers on the edge of a de-escalation zone in northern Syria’s Idlib region, which is largely controlled by Islamist militants, Turkey’s foreign ministry said on Friday. The move The Latest: Turkey, Russia, Iran to coordinate zones

Venezuela bars opposition activist from traveling to Europe

CARACAS, Venezuela — One of Venezuela’s most prominent opposition activists said Saturday that her passport was seized and she was barred from leaving the country for planned meetings with leaders of France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom.Venezuelan Opposition Activist Says She Was Barred from Traveling to Europe

Turkey, Iran and Russia to deploy observers around Syria’s Idlib, Turkey says

ANKARA (Reuters) – Russia, Iran and Turkey have agreed to deploy observers on the edge of a de-escalation zone in northern Syria’s Idlib region, which is largely controlled by Islamist militants, Turkey’s foreign ministry said on Friday. “Observers

Venezuela’s Crisis Looms Large as Pope Visits Latin America

Heilyn Rojas, a 21-year-old Venezuelan student, left her country last year, tired of the crime and food shortages back home. She fled to neighboring Colombia in search of a better life. Now, on the eve of Pope Francis’ five-day visit to Colombia, she How the Venezuelan Elections Were Rigged