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Toilet Paper Shortage: Venezuala Orders 50 Million Rolls

First milk, butter, coffee and cornmeal ran short. Now Venezuela is running out of the most basic of necessities – toilet paper.

A woman who just bought toilet paper at a grocery store reads her receipt as she leaves the private store in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, May 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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Leaked documents: Venezuelan intelligence spying on local Jewish community

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Intelligence agencies in Caracas are working on the assumption that the country’s Jews are the bridgehead for attempts by the United States, Israel, to destabilize the country.

Graffitti at the Mountain Barracks, where the remains of late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez are placed in Caracas. Photo by AFP The Venezuelan secret service

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Hugo Chavez Still MIA After Flying to Cuba for Surgery

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Two months have passed since Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez climbed the stairs of the presidential jet, blew kisses to his supporters and flew to Cuba to undergo his fourth cancer-related surgery.

Chavez hasn’t been seen or spoken publicly since that departure to Havana on Dec. 10, and the mystery surrounding his condition has deepened

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Chavez: All Citizens to get Dignified Home by 2019

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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has made a commitment that every Venezuelan family must have a dignified home by 2019 “whatever it costs”.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Council of Ministers meeting last Thursday 8 November

The declaration came as Chavez made a raft of new announcements last Thursday regarding his government’s mass house building

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Hugo Chavez: Drink Juice, Not Coke or Pepsi

President Hugo Chávez has urged Venezuelans to drink fruit juice produced by a state-run company rather than Coca-Cola or Pepsi.

He says people should buy Uvita, a grape juice made by Corpozulia as a means of increasing the consumption of Venezuelan-made products instead of buying

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