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Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas Set Triple Jump World Record: 15.43 m

Venezuela’s 24-year-old athlete Yulimar Rojas Friday set a new triple jump indoor world record in Madrid, Spain, with a 15.43-meter mark.This result was expected as she is not a rookie in athletics. She has already been twice the triple jump world champion and is the current Olympic runner-up in this specialty.

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Rojas Breaks World Indoor Triple Jump Record in Madrid

With her final attempt of the evening, Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas bounded out to a world indoor triple jump record of 15.43m* at the Meeting Villa de Madrid, the final World Athletics Indoor Tour meeting of the season, on Friday (21).

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Guaido Has Links With Money Launderer Defended by Rudy Giuliani

Venezuela's Communication Minister Jorge Rodriguez Thursday informed that international media have disclosed data on the links between opposition lawmaker Juan Guaido and Alejandro Betancourt, who is being investigated by the United States justice for money laundering.

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Venezuelan Assembly to Investigate US Funding to Guaido

The president of the National Assembly (NA), Luis Parra, has announced that the Parliament will name a special commission that will be in charge of investigating the use of the alleged humanitarian aid funds sent to sectors of the extreme right of Venezuela, by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

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Venezuelan Opposition Rejects Juan Guaido's Leadership

The Venezuelan opposition stated on Sunday that they would not be seeking the reelection of the self-proclaimed president Juan Guaidó. According to their statement, the opposition is choosing to move forward without Guaido, as his corruption and failures have worsened their cause.

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‘Everyone needs to do more’ to help suffering Venezuelans, says UN Emergency Relief Coordinator

CARACAS,  Venezuela, November 6, 2019 - With the economic sanctions imposed by the United States now taking its toll on the Venezuelan people, “Ordinary women, men and children face overwhelming challenges” just to survive in Venezuela today, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock said on Wednesday in the capital, Caracas.

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