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President Trump at U.N.: Here are the 3 nations in Trump's new 'Axis of Evil'.

In a twist on President Bush's 'Axis of Evil,' Trump keeps North Korea and Iran but subs Venezuela for Iraq.         

- USA TODAY - US

Trump slams Venezuela at U.N.; Maduro calls him 'Hitler'.

President Donald Trump urged world leaders Tuesday to help restore "democracy and political freedoms" in Venezuela, singling out the South American country for some of his most blistering criticism in a speech to the United Nations. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hit back by calling the U.S....

- Baltimoresun.com - US

Venezuelan Price Controls Lead to Predictable Shortages.

Venezuelan grocery stores have products shoppers don't want.

- Reason.com - US

Venezuelan Price Controls Lead to Predictable Shortages: New at Reason.

Venezuela continues to provide cautionary lessons on socialism. Marian Tupy writes: Yesterday, Bloomberg had an interesting article about food shortages in Venezuela. Contrary to popular perception, the Venezuelan shops are not empty. Bakeries, for example, offer "a wide variety of freshly-made breads," including, "a fat, ...

- Reason.com - US

Trump warns U.S. may have to 'totally destroy' North Korea.

Condemning the depraved' North Korean regime, the president mocked Kim Jong Un, saying: 'Rocket Man' is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime.' Trump's stark message came in a speech in which he also sharply criticized China, mildly rebuked Russia, condemned Venezuela's government, and suggested he might scrap ...

- Yahoo! News - US

Trump slams Venezuela at UN; Maduro calls him 'Hitler'.

President Donald Trump has singled out Venezuela in a speech to the U.N. as a threat to democratic principles alongside North Korea, Iran and Syria.

- ABC News - US

Trump Vows to ‘Totally Destroy’ North Korea if It Threatens U.S.

In a bellicose speech to the U.N., Trump took swipes at North Korea, Iran and Venezuela, framing the need to confront them as a battle of good versus evil.

- New York Times - US

WATCH: Trump faces awkward silence at UN as his socialism joke bombs.

President Donald Trump criticized the collapse of democracy in Venezuela during his Tuesday address to the United Nations. “I ask every country represented here today to be prepared to do more to address this very real crisis. We call for the full restoration of democracy and political freedom...

- The Raw Story - US

Trump to Criticize Rogue Nations in Highly-anticipated UN Speech.

U.S. President Donald Trump, in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, is to double down on criticisms of North Korea, Iran and Venezuela.   * Watch LIVE on Facebook and on our home page  “He will speak in extremely tough terms about the North Korean menace and the threat it poses to our security ...

- Voice of America - US

Donald Trump Urges Latin American Leaders to Challenge Venezuela Dictator Nicolás Maduro.

President Donald Trump met with Latin American Leaders in New York City on Monday, urging them to challenge Venezuela dictator Nicolás Maduro.

- Breitbart - US

Donald Trump to call for more pressure on N Korea in first UN speech.

The US president will also criticise Venezuela, Iran and Islamist militants, officials say.

- BBC - UK

Trump aims to make UN 'great' in debut address

NEW YORK: Tuesday will bring a steady flow of big speeches at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, where world leaders will lay out their visions for humanity and address global crises from North Korea to Venezuela.

- BangkokPost - TH

Venezuela "free of the dollar tyranny" publishes oil and fuel prices in Chinese Yuan

Venezuela published the price of its oil and fuel in Chinese currency on Friday in what it called an effort to free the socialist-run country from the tyranny of the dollar,' echoing a plan recently announced by President Nicolas Maduro.

- MercoPress - FK

Trump's first address to the UN Assembly: all countries will be listening

United States President Donald Trump, in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, will harshly criticize North Korea, Iran and Venezuela. "He will speak in extremely tough terms about the North Korean menace and the threat it poses to our security and the security of all the nations in that room," according ...

- MercoPress - FK

In first speech at UN, Donald Trump to single out North Korea, Iran

Senior White House officials said Trump would also target Iran's nuclear program, single out Venezuela for criticism and refer to Islamist militants as "losers," in his first appearance in the green-marbled UN General Assembly hall, where applause from world leaders is generally muted.

- Times Of India - IN

Trump warns Venezuela is 'collapsing'

US President Donald Trump has warned that Venezuela is "collapsing," and suggested the United States may take additional steps to restore democracy.

- RTE - IE

Trump Dinner With Latin American Leaders Puts Venezuela on Table

On the eve of his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, U.S. President Donald Trump is scheduled to host a working dinner with several Latin American leaders. On the table: Venezuela's political and economic crisis, along with the region's security and economy. "The focus is indeed Venezuela — restoring ...

- Voice of America - US

Trump's UN Speech to Bluntly Criticize North Korea, Iran, Venezuela

U.S. President Donald Trump, in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, will harshly criticize North Korea, Iran and Venezuela. "He will speak in extremely tough terms about the North Korean menace and the threat it poses to our security and the security of all the nations in that room," according to a ...

- Voice of America - US

Venezuela crisis: All the latest updates

- Al Jazeera - QA

Trump Condemns Venezuela's 'Socialist Dictatorship' of Maduro

President Donald Trump on Monday night condemned the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela, and said the United States should help the nation regain freedom and democracy.

- Newsmax - US

Venezuela opposition blames Maduro for detained activist's death

CARACAS - Venezuela's opposition blamed President Nicolas Maduro's government on Monday for the death of a sick activist in detention, saying he was framed and then denied medical help.

- Reuters - US

Trump calls for full restoration of democracy, political freedoms in Venezuela

Trump warned the U.S. might take additional measures to apply pressure on the country

- The Globe and Mail - CA

Trump says U.S. prepared to take further action in Venezuela

Speaking at dinner with Latin America leaders on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly, Trump says democracy must be restored 'very, very soon.'

- POLITICO - US

Donald Trump warns that Venezuela is 'collapsing'

President Donald Trump has warned that Venezuela is "collapsing," and suggested the United States may take additional steps to restore democracy.

- RTE - IE

Venezuela publishes oil prices in yuan for the first time

Thomson ReutersIn a move that is largely seen as Maduro giving Washington the middle finger, Venezuela has made good on its promise to layoff the US dollar, publishing its oil prices in yuan on Friday. Last Friday, Maduro had announced the forthcoming change, but that threat came after 14 years of similar threats, made by ...

- Business Insider - US

Venezuela opposition blames Maduro for detained activist's death | Reuters

The post Venezuela opposition blames Maduro for detained activist's death | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost.

- Firstpost - IN

Trump and Latin American leaders to discuss pressure on Venezuela | Reuters

The post Trump and Latin American leaders to discuss pressure on Venezuela | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost.

- Firstpost - IN

Oil Cargoes Shift Away Venezuela As Hurricanes Extend Disruptions

Shippers are sending oil cargoes originally bound for Venezuela to other spots in Latin America and the Caribbean, in advance of coming hurricanes.

- Rigzone.com - US

Venezuelan charged over Supreme Court helicopter attack

A lone helicopter dropped grenades on the Supreme Court in Caracas in June and then disappeared.

- BBC - UK

'Natalee Holloway's Skull Burned In Aruba Cave In 2010'

Holloway went missing in Aruba, a Dutch Carribean island off Venezuela. on May 30, 2005. She was officially declared dead in 2012.

- Yahoo! News - US

MRT seat catches fire, off-loads passengers

A train of the Metro Rail Transit 3 stopped and unloaded its passengers after one of its seats caught fire early Monday. Department of Transportation Undersecretary Cesar Chavez told Radyo Inquirer that the train's driver signaled to stop upon approaching Santolan station at around 6:00 a.m. due to the burning seat. Based ...

- Philippine Daily Inquirer - PH

Venezuela's Maduro upbeat on talks, opposition fear ''show''

They want a date for the next presidential election, due by the end of 2018, with guarantees it will be free and fair, plus freedom for hundreds of jailed activists, a foreign humanitarian aid corridor, and respect for the opposition-led congress. 

- Zee News - IN

Let Them Eat Rabbits, Maduro Says of Hungry Venezuelans

Let them eat rabbits. That's Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro's plan to help stave off hunger in his economically miserable nation. Authorities have also taught people to plant food on roofs and balconies of their homes.

- Newsmax - US

Venezuela's Maduro upbeat on talks, opposition fear 'show'

CARACAS - President Nicolas Maduro has predicted a new foreign-led effort to mediate Venezuela's political crisis would produce a deal soon, but the opposition said on Saturday it would not accept another time-wasting "show".

- Reuters - US

Venezuela Publishes Oil Prices In Yuan For First Time

In a move that is largely seen as Maduro giving Washington the middle finger, Venezuela has made good on its promise to layoff the U.S. dollar, publishing its oil prices in yuan on Friday. Last Friday, Maduro had announced the forthcoming change, but that threat came after 14 years of similar threats, made by former leader ...

- OilPrice.com - US

Venezuela: A crisis beyond borders

The man wandered along the muddy aisles formed by lines of young plants growing in black thick bags. He has been working in this nursery on the outskirts of Bogotá, Colombia's capital, for the past we...

- The Hindu - IN

Latin American Leaders PPK, Temer and Santos Invited to New York Dinner with Trump

President of the Republic of Peru Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, along with Juan Manuel Santos, president of Colombia, and Brazil's president Michel Temer have been formally invited by U.S. president Donald Trump to partake in a dinner in New York. It has been stated by Reuters that the presidents will gather at Trump Tower to ...

- Peruthisweek - PE

Russia has closer eye on Venezuelan oil than China, House panel told

Russia probably has a stronger interest now than China in propping up President Nicolas Maduro’s regime to gain more access to Venezuela’s massive crude oil deposits, two witnesses told a US House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Sept. 13. But China has more financial leverage over the South American country’s ...

- OGJ - US

McMaster to Newsmax: Trump Won't Talk to Venezuela's Maduro at UN

President Trump will not be meeting with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro when both are in New York next week for the opening of the United Nations General Assembly.That's what national security advisor H.R. McMaster told Newsmax Friday. McMaster and United Nations...

- Newsmax - US

Shunning dollar, Venezuela lists oil prices in Chinese yuan

Shunning dollar, Venezuela lists oil prices in Chinese yuan...

- MENAFN - JO

Venezuela Publishes Oil Prices In Chinese Currency For First Time

Venezuela published the price of its oil and fuel in Chinese currency for the first time.

- Rigzone.com - US

Venezuela's rabbit drive becomes a pet project

Nicolas Maduro, the Venezuelan President, has admitted his plan to combat the country's food crisis by encouraging people to breed rabbits for meat has hit an early "setback" after participants in a pilot project started to adopt...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

Reuters Video: Venezuela urges citizens to eat rabbit to beat hunger

Venezuela's government is defending a plan to breed and eat rabbits as critics say this would do nothing to end chronic food shortages. — Reuters

- The Malay Mail - MY

Iran 'prepared for any measure' for oil market stability

Speaking alongside his Venezuelan counterpart, Iran's oil minister said there was a general readiness for multilateral efforts geared toward market stability.

- UPI - US

Venezuelan Government: Eat These Bunnies

The "Rabbit Plan" has already experienced a setback: people are keeping the fuzzy would-be snacks as pets.

- Reason.com - US

Pets or meat? Venezuela's Maduro urges starving populace to eat rabbits

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has introduced a “Rabbit Plan” that encourages people to start eating rabbits rather than keep them as pets in a bid to tackle the country's food shortages.

- FOX News - US

Venezuela plans to abandon the dollar; greenback currently sells for 22.400 Bolivar

Venezuela temporarily suspended the sale of U.S. dollars through its Dicom auction system, following an announcement last week that it was moving away from the greenback in response to U.S. sanctions. The United States in August prohibited dealings in new debt from Venezuela and state oil company PDVSA in response to the ...

- MercoPress - FK

Talks between Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and opposition make headway

The Maduro government and the political opposition have agreeded to a third round of talks. But their contradictory demands could mean a concrete agreement to end Venezuela's political strife remains far off.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

Latin America Has a Blueprint of How to Deal with Venezuela

Juan Gabriel Tokatlian Security, Latin America Using the past as a guide, regional powers must control the situation before outside powers try to. Venezuela is a traumatic and consequential crisis. The Americas have not witnesses a perfect storm of similar and simultaneous political, economic and human rights proportions in ...

- The National Interest - US

Venezuela's new plan to beat hunger: Breed rabbits

The 'Rabbit Plan' is an effort by the government of President Nicolas Maduro to boost food availability The post Venezuela's new plan to beat hunger: Breed rabbits appeared first on The Express Tribune.

- The Express Tribune - PK

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