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Etiqueta: Tachira

Three people arrested in a human trafficking ring in Táchira state

By Lorena Bornacelly. On June 28, Táchira state police arrested three men and two teenage girls on a soccer...

Activists denounce arbitrary detentions during the quarantine in Tachira state

By Mariana Duque. Arbitrary detentions in Venezuela are multiplying as part of the Maduro regime polemical response to the...

Venezuela’s oldest man turned 111-years-old

By Lorena Bornacelly. Jose Vicente Perez Mora, a man native from El Cobre, a little town located in the...

Venezuelan migrants denounce spoiled food and no water in Coronavirus shelters

By Lorena Bornacelly. WhatsApp has been the via of communication for those who returned to Venezuela through the Tachira...

Venezuelan “coyotes” will be charged with human trafficking

By Lorena Bornacelly. Freddy Bernal, the protector appointed by the Nicolas Maduro regime in the border state of Táchira,...

Members of a community in Tachira made a coffin to bury a neighbor

On April 17, a 56-year-old man died in San Cristobal. During the last six months of his life, he experienced a shortage...
Venezuelan migrants

Returning migrants are quarantining as in military barracks

A group of Venezuelan migrants who returned to the country from Colombia and into Tachira state was mobilizing on Friday, April...

Maduro regime extends curfew on border municipalities with Colombia

Minister of communications, Jorge Rodriguez said on Monday, April 6th, that the curfew extended by four hours, after several days of night-time...

Arresting and shooting during mandatory quarantine in Venezuela

Sixteen people were detained on Sunday, March 22nd, while playing an outdoor soccer match in San Antonio del Táchira, on the border...

Citizens in Tachira lived a 10-hour blackout

Electricity rationing is a reality of life in the border state of Tachira but, even so, the February 18th blackout was different...
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