As of December 16, Venezuelans will need a visa to enter the Dominican Republic

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mirex) informs that, from December 16, 2019, nationals of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela entering the Dominican Republic will be required an expedited visa through the corresponding consular missions.

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Venezuelans in the United States outside Trump-protected immigration restrictions

Some recent reports indicate that President Trump is considering the possibility of separating the Venezuelan community from the groups that are targeted by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE); However, some media consider that this measure could represent an early strategy to win supporters towards the 2020 presidential race among Venezuelans in the United States, specifically in Florida.

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#VIDEO UN: Venezuelan regime freed Afiuni, Jatar and 20 students

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, said Friday that a few days after her visit to Venezuela, 62 political prisoners were released and, on Thursday, 22 people were released, including the journalist. Braulio Jatar, who was under a presentation regime every 15 days and banned from leaving the country.

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Three other Venezuelans arrested after seizure of more than $ 1 million in the Dominican Republic

Officials from the National Drug Control Directorate (DNCD) and members of the Public Ministry of the Dominican Republic arrested three other Venezuelans linked to the confiscation of 1 million 378 thousand 178 US dollars, in a plane at the International Airport of La Romana just before to take off

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Three Venezuelans were arrested with US $ 1.3 million in La Romana, Dominican Republic

Three Venezuelan citizens were arrested when they tried to get 1 million 378 thousand dollars out of the country, through a plane that would fly from the International Airport of La Romana. It is about the citizens identified as Claudio Di Genova Cistarol pilot, Estela Gómez de Rodríguez and Jonathan Mata Figueroa Authorities suspect that the money comes from international drug trafficking.

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Venezuelans participate in opposition marches despite fear of repression

Venezuelan opponents and citizens overwhelmed by the economic crisis took to the streets on Wednesday in response to the call of interim president Juan Guaidó to the “biggest march” in the history of the country, a day after he summoned the military to depose the president in dispute, Nicolás Maduro.

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Thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas to support the opposition’s offensive

Caracas woke up with the corneteos of the cars, shouts and cacerolazos. From early, without much information of what is happening, thousands of people moved to the military base of La Carlota. In the absence of transportation, groups with flags were seen walking along the highways that were then concentrated in front of the military installation, a huge esplanade located in the center of the city crossed by the main highway and the Guaire River. There were from a quarter to six in the morning (local time) the opposition Juan Guaidó with Leopoldo López, deputies of the National Assembly and other political leaders.

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