• Caracas, Venezuela

    Santiago de León de Caracas, conocida comúnmente como Caracas, es la ciudad capital de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, así como el mayor centro administrativo, financiero, político comercial y cultural de la nación. Se encuentra ubicada en la zona centro-norte del país, a unos 15 km de la costa del mar Caribe y se sitúa dentro de un valle montañoso a una altitud promedio de 900 msnm. El parque nacional cerro El Ávila es su mayor pulmón vegetal y es el accidente geográfico que separa la ciudad del litoral central, con el cual se conecta a través de la autopista Caracas-La Guaira, que conduce al estado Vargas y al principal aeropuerto internacional y el segundo mayor puerto internacional del país a orillas del Mar Caribe.

    published: 15 Jun 2011
  • 5 Most Violent Cities In The World

    It is crazy to believe that 3 murders take place a day in one of the cities featured on this list, check it out for yourself! Number 5Tegucigalpa, Honduras 77.65 homicides per 100,000. Tegucigalpa is the largest city and capital of Honduras with a population of more than 1.1 million inhabitants. What makes the place so dangerous is the threat of drug cartels and multiple crimes that take place on a daily basis. In the Central District in the capital alone, there were around 66 murders taking place each month in 2009 which averages at 2 murders per day. Of those murders, a shocking 86% were killed as a result of firearms and 39% of the deaths were closely related with organised crime. Walking on the streets of the Tegucigalpa at night time can be dangerous as it is likely that no-one w...

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • Why is Inflation So High in Venezuela?

    Greg Wilpert (2/2): Attempting to build socialism surrounded by a global capitalist economy and being reliant on oil revenues, Venezuela is struggling to find a solution to capital flight and exchange rate problems

    published: 23 Feb 2014
  • Demonstrators battle police in Venezuela capital

    Protesters in Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, clashed with police over the nation’s Supreme Court taking over Congress.

    published: 07 Apr 2017
  • Caracas, capital of Venezuela, urban spirit, excellent food, art , bustling nightlife.

    Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela. It is located in northern Venezuela, near the Caribbean. Understand[edit] Venezuela’s urban spirit can be discovered mainly from understanding Caracas, its capital city. Caracas is not one of the top touristic destinations of Venezuela, and travelers often bypass the capital city in order to see the country’s amazing natural attractions. However, the Venezuelan capital can be a fascinating city to explore, replete with excellent art, food and a bustling nightlife. Caracas is located in a beautiful valley, overlooked by Mount Avila, an impressive mountain that separates the city from the Caribbean Sea and shapes most of the city’s landscape. It is a popular weekend destination for the city’s residents (known as Caraqueños) and is easily ...

    published: 19 Apr 2017
  • Shocking video reveals how Venezuelans survive in the murder capital of the world

    Venezuela has the highest murder rate in the world and many of its citizens live in poverty. When options are limited and violence is around every corner, people can resort to extreme measures like drug dealing to survive. Produced for the NY Post by Carlos Perez Beltran. Story: http://nypost.com/video/learn-what-it-takes-to-survive-in-the-murder-capital-of-the-world/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/nypost Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NYPost

    published: 30 Aug 2016
  • Life on the line: Inside Venezuela’s crisis - Talk to Al Jazeera (In the Field)

    From above, Caracas' skyline still hints at the opulence that once characterised oil-rich Venezuela, but at ground level there's no hiding today's reality: people are queuing all night for food and medicine; inflation is with over 700 percent the highest in the world; and murders and kidnappings are spiralling out of control. Venezuelans who can, are fleeing their country, once a magnet for immigrants. And with a political confrontation mounting steadily, many warn that the nation with one of the world's largest oil reserves is on the edge of an abyss. Political violence against opponents of the populist government of President Nicolas Maduro is intensifying, but it's common crime which is terrifying most Venezuelans, no matter what their beliefs or social class. Venezuela is now one ...

    published: 16 Jul 2016
  • Behind the Protests in Caracas: Venezuela Rising

    Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Earlier this year, VICE News headed to Venezuela's capital of Caracas to cover protests that started in the provinces before engulfing the city. What began as a student movement inspired by the scarcity of basic goods and an exploding crime rate — the UN has classified Venezuela as the world's murder capital, war zones excluded — had snowballed into mass anti-government riots. Angry at the perceived shortcomings of President Nicolás Maduro, who replaced the charismatic Hugo Chavez a year before, thousands of mostly middle-class protesters took to the streets, tearing the city apart during pitched battles with Caracas's brutal semi-militarized police force. Protesters also had to contend with collectivos, quasi-governmenta...

    published: 08 Jul 2014
  • Venezuela's capital faces water rationing

    A drought in Venezuela's capital Caracas has led the government to start rationing water for at least four months. It could leave some of the city's seven million people without water for up to three days a week. The rationing comes as Venezuela grapples with anti-government protest and a shortage of basic goods. Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports.

    published: 08 May 2014
  • Live from Venezuela: Hyperinflation, Murder Capital of the World

    Anarchast Ep. 290 Jeff interviews Mises Institute member Daniel from the barrios of Caracas, Venezuela. Topics include: Anarcho-capitalism in Venezuela, the trouble with socialism, the Mises Institute in Venezuela, $1 a day maximum withdrawal limit, long lines for the supermarket, anarchism is unknown in Venezuela, armed private security is not allowed greatly adding to the danger, only criminals have guns, murder rates skyrocket in gun free zones, hyperinflation with more to come, very dangerous to speak up against the government. Please consider helping out the much needed Mises Institute in Venezuela: 1.- Bitcoin address: 1J4wDhmiyyveukyQPgdm34MteGhpSi37mv 2.- Neteller: ludwiglaborda@gmail.com This episode of Anarchast on WatchMyBit: http://www.watchmybit.com/Video/Show/ea8a303e-07e1...

    published: 14 May 2016
  • Haciendo mercado en Venezuela 1 | Compras en la capital-Ccs

    Hola, hice este video para que vean cómo es hacer mercado para un venezolano. También quise mostrar el costo de los alimentos que se consiguen en los anaqueles venezolanos. En este video ven el ejemplo de hacer mercado desde un supermercado del este de la ciudad capital, Caracas. Cuéntame sobre tu país... ¿cómo es la experiencia de hacer mercado? Gracias por visitarme... No olvides suscribirte. Besitos, Gladys. _________________________________ ❤Instagram @GladysSeara ❤Twitter @GladysSeara ❤Facebook @GladysSeara ❤Correo electrónico gladys.seara@gmail.com ❤www.GladysSeara.wordpress.com ¿Le diste like? Ahora suscríbete y coméntame qué te pareció :)

    published: 24 Jan 2017
  • Venezuela 2 PERÚ 2 | Goles | Narración Daniel Kanashiro | radio Capital

    Eliminatorias Sudamericanas Rusia 2018 Partido: Venezuela vs Perú Narración: Daniel Kanashiro Comentarios: Alan Diez y Diego Rebagliati Emisora: Radio Capital Día: 23-03-17 venezuela vs peru vinotinto vs peru eliminatorias sudamericanas rusia 2018 eliminatorias sudamericanas 2017 eliminatorias rusia 2018 peru eliminatorias peru ricardo gareca ricardo gareca mikel villanueva romulo otero andre carrillo paolo guerrero

    published: 24 Mar 2017
  • A so-called "barefoot march" took place on Wednesday in Venezuela's capital against high inflation,

    A so-called "barefoot march" took place on Wednesday in Venezuela's capital against high inflation, shortages of basic goods and crime as the government and the opposition entered a second week of talks. About 400 university students and opposition supporters participated in the march, many of them walking without shoes or socks through a major avenue of eastern Caracas. Some demonstrators said walking barefoot was also a way to observe Holy Week festivities. "It's one way to make a sacrifice on this Holy Wednesday, being barefoot and walking our streets, hoping that justice is served, waiting for our students to be freed," said Katherine de Azhuro, a protester who marched barefoot. Wednesday's march took place as the government of Nicolas Maduro and the opposition engage in talks ...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Guanare, Región Los Llanos - Venezuela: Capital Agrícola de Venezuela

    La ciudad de Guanare es la capital del estado Portuguesa, fue fundada el 3 de noviembre de 1591 y es de las pocas ciudades de América que conserva su acta de fundación. Con 220.143 habitantes es la tercera ciudad más poblada de los llanos, la actividad agrícola es el sector económico que predomina. Guanare representa un gran atractivo turístico religioso y cultural, es considerada la "Atenas de los Llanos" por albergar gran diversidad de ateneos, museos, escuelas de artes y cultura en general. En la actualidad Guanare es una de las pocas ciudades de Venezuela que conserva parte de su casco histórico intacto, y es en general una ciudad de estilo artístico de la colonia, es por ello que también se le conoce como "La ciudad de las plazas". Sin embargo, a pesar de esto, Guanare es un ciudad...

    published: 01 Apr 2017
  • Venezuela's economic crisis explained

    Venezuela has been hit by a wave of economic problems, with the two most pressing issues being the high inflation and the scarcity of goods. Although they are mentioned separately, these two issues are actually interwoven. In this report we look at how Venezuela's state-run foreign currency exchange bureau, the CADIVI, took measures to fight capital flight by imposing artificial currency rates in 2003. And how this currency bubble is linked to the high inflation and the scarcity of commodities. CaspianReport is a one-man-operation. If you want to help out, you can do so by a donation. Thank you! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=6BSCMGST2XBJG Or simply, leave your thought in the comment section, like and share this report. Also be sure to follow us on s...

    published: 13 Mar 2014
  • Cierran decenas de estaciones de gasolina en la capital de Venezuela por falta de combustible

    Los venezolanos no se explican cómo en un país petrolero como Venezuela, con los precios de combustible más baratos del mundo, puede estar padeciendo una falta de gasolina como esta. Suscríbete: http://uni.vi/ZSubK Infórmate: http://uni.vi/4mSc8L Dale ‘Me Gusta’ en Facebook: http://uni.vi/ZStby Síguenos en Twitter: http://uni.vi/ZStfn e Instagram: http://uni.vi/ZSuld Cada día, la información que afecta e interesa a los hispanos en Estados Unidos. Conducido por Jorge Ramos y María Elena Salinas.

    published: 25 Mar 2017
Caracas, Venezuela

Caracas, Venezuela

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Santiago de León de Caracas, conocida comúnmente como Caracas, es la ciudad capital de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, así como el mayor centro administrativo, financiero, político comercial y cultural de la nación. Se encuentra ubicada en la zona centro-norte del país, a unos 15 km de la costa del mar Caribe y se sitúa dentro de un valle montañoso a una altitud promedio de 900 msnm. El parque nacional cerro El Ávila es su mayor pulmón vegetal y es el accidente geográfico que separa la ciudad del litoral central, con el cual se conecta a través de la autopista Caracas-La Guaira, que conduce al estado Vargas y al principal aeropuerto internacional y el segundo mayor puerto internacional del país a orillas del Mar Caribe.
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5 Most Violent Cities In The World

5 Most Violent Cities In The World

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It is crazy to believe that 3 murders take place a day in one of the cities featured on this list, check it out for yourself! Number 5Tegucigalpa, Honduras 77.65 homicides per 100,000. Tegucigalpa is the largest city and capital of Honduras with a population of more than 1.1 million inhabitants. What makes the place so dangerous is the threat of drug cartels and multiple crimes that take place on a daily basis. In the Central District in the capital alone, there were around 66 murders taking place each month in 2009 which averages at 2 murders per day. Of those murders, a shocking 86% were killed as a result of firearms and 39% of the deaths were closely related with organised crime. Walking on the streets of the Tegucigalpa at night time can be dangerous as it is likely that no-one will intervene in the event of a crime. It is common for tourists to get robbed at night as thieves will usually linger around near tourist hotels. Due to the sheer number of homicides committed, the city’s mayor introduced a free funeral service because of the growing number of bodies being disposed of in plastic rubbish bags. Number 4João Pessoa, Brazil 79.41 homicides per 100,000. Located in north-east Brazil, the city of João Pessoa has a population of over 740,000 and is recognised as being the second greenest in the world. However, whilst the beautiful tropical beaches and lush greenery may be attracting to some, the city does have an increasing crime rate. Many buses are robbed every month and so tourists are advised to avoid using the bus as a means of transport. Furthermore, mugging is prevalent in the city and so it is also advised not to walk around carrying lots of money in your pocket. The current president of Brazil to this day, Dilma Rouseff, stated that 3 in every 1000 Brazilian teenagers are murdered before turning the age of 19. Number 3 – Acapulco, Mexico 104.16 homicides per 100,000. A once luxurious destination for many VIPs and celebrities and home to around 685,000 people, a rise in violence between drug lords and criminals has continued to plague the city making it the most dangerous city in Mexico. Bodies are usually sprawled across the streets and often of a gruesome nature involving beheadings which has now become a common fixture in the city. For example, in 2011 police discovered the bodies of 28 murdered victims and of the 28, 15 of them were decapitated. It does not help the fact that the local police are corrupt and have been known to extort money from people instead of reinforcing the law. Aside from rival drug gangs battling it out, murders, kidnappings and robberies are also common in the city. Number 2Caracas, Venezuela 115.98 homicides per 100,000. There are over 3 million inhabitants occupying Caracas The largest city and capital of Venezuela, sees crimes on a daily basis ranging from murders to robberies with crimes being more concentrated in poorly developed slum areas that cover the hills of Caracas. In 2013 alone the Venezuelan Observatory on Violence estimated that around 24,000 people were murdered in total, which comes as no surprise due to frequent street violence and gang hostilities. Sadly, 95% of cases involving murder and other related crimes often go unsolved. High levels of corruption, a lack of investment in police and weak measures of gun control all have contributed to a proliferation in arms and a lack of coherent security policy. Number 1San Pedro Sula, Honduras 171.20 homicides per 100,000. With a population of over 1 million people, San Pedro Sula is currently the most violent city in the world in terms of having the highest murder rate with an average of more than 3 homicides a day. Various sources have labelled San Pedro Sula as the “murder capital of the world”. Arms and drug trafficking are an increasing problem and illegal firearms flood the whole city with just under 70% of all firearms owned being illegal. In fact, 83% of all homicides in the city are as a result of firearms. Much of the surge in homicide rates have been attributed to the city’s location which sits on key international drug trafficking routes. The entire city is effectively controlled by drug cartels making law enforcement virtually useless. Music = "Simplex" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Connect With Us! Twitter = https://twitter.com/OfficialFact5 Google + = https://plus.google.com/+Fact5 Facebook = https://www.facebook.com/OfficialFact5/ Check Out The Narrator = http://bit.ly/Fact5Narrator
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Why is Inflation So High in Venezuela?

Why is Inflation So High in Venezuela?

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Greg Wilpert (2/2): Attempting to build socialism surrounded by a global capitalist economy and being reliant on oil revenues, Venezuela is struggling to find a solution to capital flight and exchange rate problems
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Demonstrators battle police in Venezuela capital

Demonstrators battle police in Venezuela capital

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Protesters in Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, clashed with police over the nation’s Supreme Court taking over Congress.
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Caracas, capital of Venezuela, urban spirit, excellent food, art , bustling nightlife.

Caracas, capital of Venezuela, urban spirit, excellent food, art , bustling nightlife.

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Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela. It is located in northern Venezuela, near the Caribbean. Understand[edit] Venezuela’s urban spirit can be discovered mainly from understanding Caracas, its capital city. Caracas is not one of the top touristic destinations of Venezuela, and travelers often bypass the capital city in order to see the country’s amazing natural attractions. However, the Venezuelan capital can be a fascinating city to explore, replete with excellent art, food and a bustling nightlife. Caracas is located in a beautiful valley, overlooked by Mount Avila, an impressive mountain that separates the city from the Caribbean Sea and shapes most of the city’s landscape. It is a popular weekend destination for the city’s residents (known as Caraqueños) and is easily reached by taking a very modern cable car that goes all the way from the mountain base to the newly nationalized Waraira Repano park, which is situated at the top of the mountain. In Caracas the staggering inequalities of wealth that characterize Venezuela’s economic situation are on display. They range from very poor neighborhoods in the hills west of the city called “barrios”, to the modern busiCaracas has more than enough sights and attractions to fill three or four days although it is often overlooked by international travelers. La Plaza Bolivar, located near the Metro Capitolio. Is located in the city center. It has statues of Simon Bolivar, and is close to Congress and other government buildings. It also displays nice examples of colonial architecture. Look out for black squirrels that roams around the trees in the plaza. edit La Casa Natal de Simon Bolivar. Bolivar's birthplace, also downtown. One of the few well-preserved colonial buildings with some great paintings and a museum. Next door is the Museo Bolivariano with some of Bolivar's war relics. Capitolio Metro Station. edit Museo de Arte Colonial, Located in the Quinta Anauco on Av Panteon in San Bernardino. this is a lovely old house and garden that hosts small concerts some weekends. edit Universidad Central de Venezuela. was designated a World Heritage Site by the UN in 2000. Designed by Venezuela's most famous architect, Carlos Raul Villanueva, the university campus, known as the Ciudad Universitaria is a sprawling complex considered a masterpiece of 1950s and 1960s architecture blended in with art. A stroll around the grounds, keeping an eye open for modern art works by artists such as Fernand Leger. Metro Ciudad Universitaria. edit Jardin Botanico, located next to the Central University. is a well-kept garden with an impressive array of tropical plants and trees. Metro Ciudad Universitaria or Plaza Venezuela.. edit Parque del Este, (located near the “Parque del Este” metro stop). This expansive park stretches on and holds many unexpected treats including a planetarium, a small zoo, and a cafe that is occasionally open to serve you a cafe con leche while you watch the turtles in a pond edit Centro de Arte La Estancia, Avenida Francisco de Miranda,, ☎ +58 212 507 8815, [3]. 9:30a-4p Tu-F, 10a-4p Sa-Su. An art gallery situated in the middle of the lush and manicured gardens. Rotating exhibits by a variety of artists are shown. edit El Hatillo, (past la Trinidad in the SE of the city). A beautiful neighborhood still styled in traditional colonial fashion that is home to many shops, bars, and restaurants and is frequented by the middle class of Caracas. A great place to stroll around in the afternoon (safe to walk around) and grab lunch, as it is to return for the nightlife. Requires a car to arrive as no public transportation comes to this area. edit Bulevar de Sabana Grande, (in the center of the city near the Sabana Grande metro stop). One of the city's most famous shopping avenues, a charming cobblestone street with countless outdoor and indoor shopping establishments as well as hotels and restaurants. Also a great spot for relaxing and people-watching; on any given day you can observe people bartering at shops, playing chess, or even dancing around dressed like Disney characters. edit Cuartel de la Montaña or 4F, on top of Barrio 23 Enero. Hugo Chavez's mausoleum is at the army barracks where Chavez's socialism was incubated. Although in a barrio, there's a heavy army presence which makes it a safe visit. Entry includes a free guided tour of the mausoleum and Chavez's belongings. There's a change of guards every 2 hours starting at 10am, with the last change at 4pm. At 4.25pm (time of his death) everyday, a cannon is fired in front. To get there, one can take the free Metrobus or private buses at Capitolio. edit Panteon Nacional, at the end of Avenida Panteon. A modern building fused with an old church. Houses the remains of Simon Bolivar and other national heroes. There's a change of guards every 2 hours. edit Do[edit][add listing] ness d
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Shocking video reveals how Venezuelans survive in the murder capital of the world

Shocking video reveals how Venezuelans survive in the murder capital of the world

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Venezuela has the highest murder rate in the world and many of its citizens live in poverty. When options are limited and violence is around every corner, people can resort to extreme measures like drug dealing to survive. Produced for the NY Post by Carlos Perez Beltran. Story: http://nypost.com/video/learn-what-it-takes-to-survive-in-the-murder-capital-of-the-world/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/nypost Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NYPost
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Life on the line: Inside Venezuela’s crisis - Talk to Al Jazeera (In the Field)

Life on the line: Inside Venezuela’s crisis - Talk to Al Jazeera (In the Field)

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From above, Caracas' skyline still hints at the opulence that once characterised oil-rich Venezuela, but at ground level there's no hiding today's reality: people are queuing all night for food and medicine; inflation is with over 700 percent the highest in the world; and murders and kidnappings are spiralling out of control. Venezuelans who can, are fleeing their country, once a magnet for immigrants. And with a political confrontation mounting steadily, many warn that the nation with one of the world's largest oil reserves is on the edge of an abyss. Political violence against opponents of the populist government of President Nicolas Maduro is intensifying, but it's common crime which is terrifying most Venezuelans, no matter what their beliefs or social class. Venezuela is now one of world's most dangerous countries, and its capital, Caracas, the city with one of the highest murder rates in the world, according to a recent study. Violent crime is rampant and the police are unable to stop - or don't want to intervene - people from looting, or others from killing for a bag of food. The looting of bakeries, pharmacies and especially supermarkets is spreading throughout the country. At long queues of people waiting to buy food, the army is deployed to maintain order. Talk to Al Jazeera travels to the Venezuelan capital, where many airlines are now refusing to fly. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman speaks to five Venezuelans about life in the midst of the country's mounting turmoil. More from Talk To Al Jazeera on: YouTube - http://aje.io/ttajYT Facebook - http://facebook.com/talktoaj Twitter - http://twitter.com/talktoaljazeera Website - http://www.aljazeera.com/talktojazeera/
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Behind the Protests in Caracas: Venezuela Rising

Behind the Protests in Caracas: Venezuela Rising

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Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Earlier this year, VICE News headed to Venezuela's capital of Caracas to cover protests that started in the provinces before engulfing the city. What began as a student movement inspired by the scarcity of basic goods and an exploding crime rate — the UN has classified Venezuela as the world's murder capital, war zones excluded — had snowballed into mass anti-government riots. Angry at the perceived shortcomings of President Nicolás Maduro, who replaced the charismatic Hugo Chavez a year before, thousands of mostly middle-class protesters took to the streets, tearing the city apart during pitched battles with Caracas's brutal semi-militarized police force. Protesters also had to contend with collectivos, quasi-governmental biker gangs accused of spreading insecurity and discontent to keep Venezuela's population frightened and indoors. VICE News released six dispatches from the ground and live streamed from Altamira Square, the heart of the city's unrest. In Venezuela Rising, we explain the story behind the protests, linking up with rioters, government supporters, activists, and victims of Caracas's intolerable crime wave. In an exclusive interview, we also speak to Henrique Capriles, the leader of the political opposition. At least 43 people have died since the protests in Caracas began, and thousands more have been injured and arrested. In Venezuela Rising, VICE News finds out why. Watch Part 1 of "The Interpreters: Hiding in Afghanistan" - http://bit.ly/1nbif1Z Check out the VICE News beta for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/
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Venezuela's capital faces water rationing

Venezuela's capital faces water rationing

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A drought in Venezuela's capital Caracas has led the government to start rationing water for at least four months. It could leave some of the city's seven million people without water for up to three days a week. The rationing comes as Venezuela grapples with anti-government protest and a shortage of basic goods. Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports.
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Live from Venezuela: Hyperinflation, Murder Capital of the World

Live from Venezuela: Hyperinflation, Murder Capital of the World

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Anarchast Ep. 290 Jeff interviews Mises Institute member Daniel from the barrios of Caracas, Venezuela. Topics include: Anarcho-capitalism in Venezuela, the trouble with socialism, the Mises Institute in Venezuela, $1 a day maximum withdrawal limit, long lines for the supermarket, anarchism is unknown in Venezuela, armed private security is not allowed greatly adding to the danger, only criminals have guns, murder rates skyrocket in gun free zones, hyperinflation with more to come, very dangerous to speak up against the government. Please consider helping out the much needed Mises Institute in Venezuela: 1.- Bitcoin address: 1J4wDhmiyyveukyQPgdm34MteGhpSi37mv 2.- Neteller: ludwiglaborda@gmail.com This episode of Anarchast on WatchMyBit: http://www.watchmybit.com/Video/Show/ea8a303e-07e1-4458-8d50-b4b3cb829a34 To see videos of all the speakers from Anarchapulco 2016 on WatchMyBit click the link and enter Anarchapulco in the search field: http://www.watchmybit.com/ Anarchapulco: http://anarchapulco.com Anarchast on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Anarchast/?fref=ts The Dollar Vigilante: http://dollarvigilante.com Anarchast: http://anarchast.com/ Enjoy our content and would like to see us get more amazing guests and spread the word of freedom? A donation to this BTC address will give us more resources to do so: 16AJs5DFEcfCuXkwmx1o54Ld4yXzPP1gVR
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Haciendo mercado en Venezuela 1 | Compras en la capital-Ccs

Haciendo mercado en Venezuela 1 | Compras en la capital-Ccs

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Hola, hice este video para que vean cómo es hacer mercado para un venezolano. También quise mostrar el costo de los alimentos que se consiguen en los anaqueles venezolanos. En este video ven el ejemplo de hacer mercado desde un supermercado del este de la ciudad capital, Caracas. Cuéntame sobre tu país... ¿cómo es la experiencia de hacer mercado? Gracias por visitarme... No olvides suscribirte. Besitos, Gladys. _________________________________ ❤Instagram @GladysSeara ❤Twitter @GladysSeara ❤Facebook @GladysSeara ❤Correo electrónico gladys.seara@gmail.com ❤www.GladysSeara.wordpress.com ¿Le diste like? Ahora suscríbete y coméntame qué te pareció :)
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Venezuela 2 PERÚ 2 | Goles | Narración Daniel Kanashiro | radio Capital

Venezuela 2 PERÚ 2 | Goles | Narración Daniel Kanashiro | radio Capital

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A so-called "barefoot march" took place on Wednesday in Venezuela's capital  against high inflation,

A so-called "barefoot march" took place on Wednesday in Venezuela's capital against high inflation,

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A so-called "barefoot march" took place on Wednesday in Venezuela's capital against high inflation, shortages of basic goods and crime as the government and the opposition entered a second week of talks. About 400 university students and opposition supporters participated in the march, many of them walking without shoes or socks through a major avenue of eastern Caracas. Some demonstrators said walking barefoot was also a way to observe Holy Week festivities. "It's one way to make a sacrifice on this Holy Wednesday, being barefoot and walking our streets, hoping that justice is served, waiting for our students to be freed," said Katherine de Azhuro, a protester who marched barefoot. Wednesday's march took place as the government of Nicolas Maduro and the opposition engage in talks to bring an end to two months of political unrest. "We are here barefoot showing that we believe in God, believe in peace, peace for the country, not as he Maduro) says that he wants dialogue and attacks us, kills our students," said Edwin Noriega, a protester who marched barefoot. Negotiators and the opposition agreed on Tuesday night to broaden membership in a truth commission tasked with investigating who's to blame for 41 deaths tied to the protests. The government had initially insisted that any probing of the protests be led by Congress, which it controls. But it partially met the opposition's demands for an independent commission by agreeing to include national figures trusted by both sides. Talks that began last week are being sponsored by the Vatican as well as three South American nations. Both sides expect to meet again next week. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1f4fd3ffd559b667b02efbc951c6d7a9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Guanare, Región Los Llanos - Venezuela: Capital Agrícola de Venezuela

Guanare, Región Los Llanos - Venezuela: Capital Agrícola de Venezuela

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La ciudad de Guanare es la capital del estado Portuguesa, fue fundada el 3 de noviembre de 1591 y es de las pocas ciudades de América que conserva su acta de fundación. Con 220.143 habitantes es la tercera ciudad más poblada de los llanos, la actividad agrícola es el sector económico que predomina. Guanare representa un gran atractivo turístico religioso y cultural, es considerada la "Atenas de los Llanos" por albergar gran diversidad de ateneos, museos, escuelas de artes y cultura en general. En la actualidad Guanare es una de las pocas ciudades de Venezuela que conserva parte de su casco histórico intacto, y es en general una ciudad de estilo artístico de la colonia, es por ello que también se le conoce como "La ciudad de las plazas". Sin embargo, a pesar de esto, Guanare es un ciudad muy poco conocida para los habitantes de las grandes ciudades, es una ciudad bastante discreta pero que es importante en la región de Los Llanos... Conócela!
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Venezuela's economic crisis explained

Venezuela's economic crisis explained

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Venezuela has been hit by a wave of economic problems, with the two most pressing issues being the high inflation and the scarcity of goods. Although they are mentioned separately, these two issues are actually interwoven. In this report we look at how Venezuela's state-run foreign currency exchange bureau, the CADIVI, took measures to fight capital flight by imposing artificial currency rates in 2003. And how this currency bubble is linked to the high inflation and the scarcity of commodities. CaspianReport is a one-man-operation. If you want to help out, you can do so by a donation. Thank you! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=6BSCMGST2XBJG Or simply, leave your thought in the comment section, like and share this report. Also be sure to follow us on social media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caspianreport Twitter: https://twitter.com/caspianreport For more information on Meydan TV visit the website: http://www.meydan.tv/en/ Follow Meydan TV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/meydantelevision
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Cierran decenas de estaciones de gasolina en la capital de Venezuela por falta de combustible

Cierran decenas de estaciones de gasolina en la capital de Venezuela por falta de combustible

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Los venezolanos no se explican cómo en un país petrolero como Venezuela, con los precios de combustible más baratos del mundo, puede estar padeciendo una falta de gasolina como esta. Suscríbete: http://uni.vi/ZSubK Infórmate: http://uni.vi/4mSc8L Dale ‘Me Gusta’ en Facebook: http://uni.vi/ZStby Síguenos en Twitter: http://uni.vi/ZStfn e Instagram: http://uni.vi/ZSuld Cada día, la información que afecta e interesa a los hispanos en Estados Unidos. Conducido por Jorge Ramos y María Elena Salinas.
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