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First Iranian tanker with fuel reaches Venezuela’s coast

The first Iranian tanker with fuels has reach Venezuela’s coast, despite the United States’ threats, IRNA news agency reported on Sunday. The Fortune vessel sailed off the Iranian port of...

First Iranian tanker to reach Venezuela in next 24 hours

Iranian state television reported on Saturday that five tankers are heading to Venezuela, loaded with 1.053 thousand barrels of fuel. They pointed out that the first tanker is scheduled to...
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US Threatens Venezuela-Bound Iranian Tankers With ‘Imminent Use of Military Force’

Earlier this week, Iran’s Foreign Ministry pledged a “decisive response” to possible US attempts to intercept Iranian tankers that are currently en route to Venezuela with a cargo of...
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US unable to block Iran gasoline shipments to Venezuela: Source

A senior source within the Iranian petroleum industry says the United States would be practically unable to block shipments of gasoline from Iran to Venezuela at a time the...
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Iran news agency warns U.S. against any move on fuel shipment to Venezuela

An Iranian news agency close to the elite Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday there would be repercussions if the United States acted “just like pirates” against an Iranian fuel...
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Secret Unit in UK Foreign Office Working With Venezuelan Coup Plotters Exposed by Indy...

By Mohamed Elmaazi The British government has openly allied with the US in backing Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó's self-appointment as interim president. But newly obtained government documents by a...
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Venezuela says troops seize abandoned Colombian combat boats, weapons

Venezuela’s military said it seized three abandoned Colombian light combat vessels that soldiers found on Saturday while patrolling the Orinoco river, several days after the government accused its neighbor...
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Venezuelan authorities blame outages on attacks on energy grid

An attack on Venezuela’s energy grid was the reason behind Tuesday’s power outages across the country, Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said. "An attack on the national power grid was detected...
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Venezuela’s Maduro says 13 mercenaries plotting coup captured

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday announced that 13 mercenaries who were plotting to stage a coup d’etat in the country had been apprehended, he said during a speech...
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Maduro notes aid provided to Venezuela by Russia, China, Cuba in tackling pandemic

The aid provided by Russia and China has enabled Venezuela to conduct thousands of diagnostic tests amid the coronavirus pandemic, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said while addressing a summit...
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China passes new Hong Kong national security law

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Russia considers using heavy drones to control Arctic borders

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