History

The Modern History of Venezuela from 1973 to the Caracazo Massacre – Edgardo Lander on RAI (3/9)

The Real News Network
Published on Apr 14, 2014

We apologize for releasing part 4 before parts 2 and 3. We are publishing part 2 now, on Monday, and part 3 will be published on Tuesday.

On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Lander traces the history of Venezuela from the rise of neo-liberal capitalism to the suppression and slaughter of protesters against it

Economy

Venezuela, 1922: The discovery of Big Oil

CGTN America
Published on May 17, 2018
With elections in Venezuela coming soon, we look at some of the key events in the country’s history. CGTN’s Stephen Gibbs reports from the city of Maracaibo on the discovery of oil in 1922, and how it changed the South American nation’s fortunes.

🇻🇪 From riches to rags: Venezuela’s economic crisis | The Big Picture

Politics

What’s Going on in Venezuela? | NowThis World

NowThis World
Published on Feb 10, 2019
Both Nicolas Maduro and Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez are claiming to be Venezuela’s president, in Venezuela’s latest power struggle. But how can Nicolas Maduro and Juan Guaidó people claim to be the Venezuelan president?

Blackouts, shortages frustrate Venezuelans as Crisis Continues
written by Michael Ireland April 8, 2019 assistnews.net
“..It’s hard to see. Here you can help me, but those people can’t get help because they can’t get across,” she said.

Into this desperation, Operation Blessing is bringing hope. Just across the border, the Operation Blessing distribution center gives out medicine and other supplies to refugees, many traveling from deep inside Venezuela to get here…

The US is slapping more sanctions on Maduro’s government and ramping up the pressure for him to step down. But that is unlikely to happen as long as Cuba, Russia, and Iran continue to support Maduro.

Hugo Chávez: The Venezuelan Leader (Political History Documentary) | Timeline

Misc

Venezuela | Facts, History & News infoplease.com

“..a third larger than Texas, occupies most of the northern coast of South America on the Caribbean Sea. It is bordered by Colombia to the west, Guyana to the east, and Brazil to the south. Mountain systems break Venezuela into four distinct areas: (1) the Maracaibo lowlands; (2) the mountainous region in the north and northwest; (3) the Orinoco basin, with the llanos (vast grass-covered plains) on its northern border and great forest areas in the south and southeast; and (4) the Guiana Highlands, south of the Orinoco, accounting for nearly half the national territory…”

Sports

Baseball

Venezuela vs USA: 2017 World Baseball Classic

World: Baseball in Venezuela | The New York Times

The New York Times
Published on Dec 30, 2009

For decades, many coaches and players from professional baseball in the United States have come to Venezuela during their winter for some exposure, playing time, money and sheer love for the game.

Travel

INSIDE VENEZUELA – JUNE 2019 (Surreal experience)

Pray for Venezuela

Venezuela – Prayercast prayercast.com
“..Home to Angel Falls, the world’s tallest waterfall, Venezuela is as beautiful as it is diverse. From the snow-capped peaks of the Andes in the West to the open plains in the East, from the beaches in the north to the jungles in the South, Venezuela is a truly magnificent nation. And its people are as diverse as its landscape. Eighty percent of this nation’s 30 million people live in the northern coastal regions; this includes both European and African people groups. In the interior, indigenous Amerindian tribes live in remote sections of the Amazon jungles and the southern highlands…”
Pray for Venezuela – Baptist Global Response gobgr.org

“..BGR partners are responding to the humanitarian crisis developing in Venezuela by working with local partners. They plan to improve and expand a training facility’s electrical and water systems so they can teach more than 5,000 people how to produce food and potable water. Trainees also will learn organic gardening, animal husbandry, well-drilling, water purification, hygiene, and first aid. Then, they can go out into their communities to make a difference. ..”
3 Ways to Pray for the Venezuelan Crisis news.americanbible.org
“..Pray

You can be a part of God’s rescue plan for Venezuela through your prayers. Your prayers move the heart of God. The Bible says in Psalm 107:28, “You were in serious trouble, but you prayed to the Lord, and he rescued you.”

The People of Venezuela. Pray that Jesus will bring peace to every person and meet every physical and spiritual need. Pray for their strength, safety, and security.

The Government. Pray for borders to open so that food, water, and medical supplies can come in. Pray that God will bring about solutions that stimulate economic growth.

Bible Society in Venezuela and local churches. Pray for their strength, protection, and endurance to continue providing spiritual and physical support to local communities. ..”

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