CCTV America on Feb 14, 2014
Rival factions have been clashing in Venezuela, with at least 3 people dead. For analysis on the protests, anchor Mike Walter sits down with Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the Center for Economic Policy & Research.
Pro-government rallies in Venezuela after week of protests
BreakingNewsTV on Feb 16, 2014
Caracas to expel 3 US consular officials
PressTVNews Videos on Feb 16, 2014
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro orders the expulsion of three US consular officials as tension rises over the anti-government demonstrations being held across the country.
Maduro announced the decision and accused Washington of lending legitimacy to the opposition’s efforts to destabilize the country. Maduro says he won’t tolerate threats to Venezuela’s sovereignty. Meanwhile, a leader of the Western-backed opposition has called on anti-government protesters to continue holding demonstrations in order to increase the pressure on Maduro. Leopoldo Lopez says he will attend Tuesday’s demonstration, even though he could be arrested. The government has accused Lopez of vandalism and incitement to violence. He is wanted by the judiciary on charges of terrorism and murder after calling a demonstration against the Maduro administration that left three dead and dozens injured.
Longer video plus article: Venezuela expels three US consular officials
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