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Opposition leader: 'Do not count on the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD), or the people, to endorse what until now is only a fraudulent and illegitimate simulation of the presidential election'
Opponents of socialist President Nicolas Maduro remain wary while the opposition itself is divided over the strategy with some groups refusing to sit down with the government
The landmark gathering aims to defuse an increasingly tense political crisis
Foreign affairs analyst Lucio Pitlo III stresses the need to look at the substance more than the form of President Rodrigo Duterte’s statements
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In diplomacy protocol is very important seasoned diplomat Leticia Ramos Shahani says as President Rodrigo Duterte visits Japan
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez says President Nicolas Maduro initiated the meetings
Thousands of Venezuelans demonstrate against Maduro in northeast Caracas as the socialist president gathered thousands of his own red clad supporters in the center of the capital
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With Venezuela s economy in recession oil revenues plunging and consumers facing chronic shortages of basic goods President Nicolas Maduro s approval rating has sunk to 28
If deforestation continues at current rates tiger and elephant populations in Southeast Asia could also be wiped out within a decade
The NBA Finals rematch between the two time defending champion Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs has split fans over whom they think takes home the trophy Rappler s panel gives their take