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Pets care in Venezuela

I am a great defender of animals. I love dogs, cats and every kind of living being that I can love. I take care of a dog, two cats and a turtle. In the case of the dog and the two cats, they were street animals that were in the street, dirty and malnourished. My dog was anemic and with wounds all over his body. The cats were fine physically […]

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[Guest] El salto Angel: The highest waterfall in the world is in Venezuela

El salto Angel (or Angel Falls in english) is one of the most amazing tourist places in Venezuela. The Indians call it “Kerepakupai Merú” in Pemón, which means “waterfall of the deepest place“. In the Western sector of the Canaima National Park, there is this Auyantepuy, one of the most famous tepuyes (the tepuis are those flat mountains that end with immense vertical walls), from that tepuy is born Angel […]

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The future of Venezuela

January 23 is a significant date in the collective conscience of Venezuelans. Sixty-six years ago, a civic-military movement -accumulation of oppositions- established democracy in Venezuela, by overthrowing the dictatorship of General Marcos Pérez Jiménez (1953-1958), which forced him to leave power and leave Venezuela for the Dominican Republic because it was governed by his friend Generalissimo Rafael Leonidas Trujillo. A Governing Board, chaired by Rear Admiral Wolfgang Larrazabal with a […]

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[Guest] Venezuela

Today is time for a different blog. This story is written by a reader that lives in Venezuela. Please let us know in the comments what you think of the idea of guest bloggers! Her submission: I was born in a country with great natural beauty and rich in many aspects. Like any oil country, the economic boom was increasing until the decade of the 90s. In 1998, Commander Hugo […]

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Waiting for the winds of change

These last days have been a bit complicated. The situation of the country every day is more critical. There is more tension in the air. Nicolás Maduro swore on Thursday his position as president of Venezuela for what will be his second term, much questioned by many inside and outside Venezuela. Like almost everything in the politics of our country, the oath of Maduro takes place in the midst of […]

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