MEXICO CITY/BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - The Venezuelan government decided to rescind its decision to expel Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa, the head of the EU mission in Caracas, from the country, a joint statement of the European Union and Venezuela showed on Thursday.
Another earthquake has followed in the wake of a deadly 7.4 magnitude tremor that left 10 people dead and damaged 55 cultural heritage sites in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.
Iran has recently been helping Venezuela, another nation hit by US sanctions, by supplying it with fuel after the country's own refineries lost most of their capacity to work with the ultra-heavy blend of crude extracted from Venezuela’s oilfields, leading to petrol shortages.
The former Prime Minister of the Turks and Caicos Islands - a British overseas territory - went on trial in December 2015 accused of corruption. Almost five years later the trial is still not over but has cost the islands’ taxpayers US$100 million.
Caracas earlier filed a claim in a London court to force the Bank of England to transfer some $1.13 billion worth of its gold stored there for safekeeping before relations between Venezuela and the West deteriorated two years ago.
Venezuela's National Electoral Council on Wednesday set December 6 as the date for parliamentary elections.
Venezuela’s Central Bank filed a claim in a commercial court in London earlier in June to force the Bank of England to transfer some $1.13 billion-worth of its gold, stored there for safekeeping, to enable President Nicolas Maduro to fund Caracas’s COVID-19 pandemic response.
Indigenous Bolivians have joined mass protests to campaign for seven officials stranded at the Mexican Embassy in La Paz and fight the Jeanine Anez coup administration, with numerous resistance movements publicly denouncing the right-wing government while calling for a restoration of leadership under the Movement to Socialism (MAS).
On Monday, Caracas ordered European Union Ambassador to Venezuela Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa to leave the country within 72 hours, with the move coming hours after Brussels slapped sanctions on 11 Venezuelan officials.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has ordered EU envoy Isabel Brilhante Pedrosato to leave within 72 hours after the EU sanctioned a group of Venezuelan officials.
The politician argued that the panties he ended up sniffing were actually edible, and that they were sent to him "as a joke" by a friend.
The conspirators, led by two members of the American private security company Silvercorp that was purportedly hired by opposition leader Juan Guaido, were planning to kidnap President Nicolas Maduro and take him to the US. The raid was thwarted by the Venezuelan military in its early stages.
The development comes after heavy gunfire broke out in Mexico City's wealthy Lomas de Chapultepec neighbourhood. According to the mayor, people were killed in the incident, but the life of the attacked official is not in danger.
The invasion of insects has already devastated India, Pakistan, Africa and some parts of the Middle East, causing billions of dollars in damages. In Somalia locusts destroyed 500 acres of cropland and plunged one million people into a food crisis.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - An unknown suspect has set a bus with passengers in front of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's official residence in protest against his policy, local media reported, citing military police.
In mid-March, Jair Bolsonaro claimed that he had tested negative for COVID-19, urging people not to believe "the fake news of media", which earlier reported that his coronavirus test was positive.
On Tuesday, the US Southern Command said that the American Navy missile destroyer USS Nitze had carried out a "freedom of navigation" mission in the vicinity of Venezuela’s coast.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Army units involved in rescue operations in Mexico's Oaxaca state have recovered the bodies of three people from under the rubble, the Mexican Security and Civil Protection Secretariat said in a press release.
Maduro said earlier he was ready to talk to US President Donald Trump when necessary, but added that the conversation should be respectful, while Trump said he would meet with the Venezuelan leader only to talk about him leaving office.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A 7.7 magnitude earthquake, damaged 55 cultural heritage sites in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, the country's Secretariat of Culture said on Wednesday.