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By Alexis Woodyard Washington, D.C. Bureau From a Seminole from Florida to a member of the Makah tribe from Washington state, a group of Native Americans have come together to form a drum group in their newfound home in Washington, D.C. Mark Herrera, a member of the Seminole tribe and a student at Howard University, [...]
By Ymaris Tejeda Photo by Ymaris Tejeda Washington, D.C., Bureau Before President Trump spoke at FIU on Monday about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, he met in Washington, D.C., with President Iván Duque of Colombia, and both leaders called on countries around the world to recognize Venezuela’s National Assembly President Juan Guaidó as that country’s [...]
By Mariandrea Vergel Prieto, Carla Palmer and Edda Leon As tons of humanitarian aid approaches Venezuelan borders, President Donald Trump came to Florida International University on Monday and warned loyalists to President Nicolas Maduro, whose election is disputed, about the consequences of blocking it. Trump addressed the Venezuelan community and others in a speech given [...]
By Bianca Marcof and Humberto Mendez President Donald Trump is visiting Florida International University on Monday to deliver a speech on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, bringing international attention to the university. The president plans to discuss his support for interim President Juan Guaidó at the university’s Modesto A. Maidique campus, which is located near [...]
By Edda León and Mariandrea Vergel Prieto Venezuela, the country with the biggest oil reserves in the world, is now undergoing an economic crisis, with its main oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., on the verge of bankruptcy. According to a report by Rystad Energy, an energy research company, Venezuela’s production could fall to 700,000 [...]
By Nareemah Griffiths and Ymaris Tejeda Washington Bureau With President Trump speaking Monday on the FIU campus about Venezuela, speculation is swirling in Washington about the details of that speech. The White House has been largely mum on the issue, saying little more than he will speak in support of Venezuelan National Assembly President Juan [...]
Por Andreina Malavé “Tengo desde junio del 2018 intentando sacar mi cita y todavía no lo logro”, dice Jhineska Aldana, inmigrante venezolana desde Atlanta, donde sigue intentando renovar el ya vencido pasaporte de su país. Ahora, Aldana teme que esta traba descarrile su cuidadoso recorrido para convertirse en residente permanente de EE.UU.: “El sistema presenta [...]
By Henry Tamayo SFMN | NYC Photos and video by Henry Tamayo Venezuelans in New York have joined their South Florida and South American compatriots as they call for the ouster of Nicolas Maduro from the country’s presidency. Cheering and waving Venezuelan flags, a standing-room only crowd of several hundred listened Saturday as community leaders [...]
By Gerard Albert III South Florida Media Network NYC Bureau New York City could join Fort Lauderdale and other South Florida cities as the next metropolitan area to welcome a brigade of electric scooters. Lime, the controversial bike and scooter sharing company, recently set up a pop-up shop in Manhattan to let people test ride [...]