President Obama said the situation in Venezuela represents a danger to U.S. interests; protests against that statement occurred all over the world.
Obama activated sanctions against Venezuela last Monday, which had been approved by Congress and signed by himself.
On Feb. 12, the left wing government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced that it had nipped in the bud a plan to carry out a coup d'etat.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro was touring the world in January as troubles mounted at home.
The attack followed by three weeks the murder in Caracas of young, charismatic socialist National Assembly delegate, Robert Serra.
Known in the neighborhood as the Tower of David, this skyscraper has a radical story taking place behind the tower's walls.
Cuban doctors contribute to the long term construction of systems of public health throughout the global South, health systems that were abandoned or disregarded during decades of neo-liberalism.
Opponents of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's socialist-inclined government have been in the streets and causing disturbances since earlier February.
Celebrities, activists, academics and lawyers issued an open letter, Mar. 28, to Congress urging members to oppose any sanctions on Venezuela and to get all the facts on the situation there.
With violent anti-government protests continuing since early February, the idea of Venezuelans "protesting peacefully" reflects media bias.