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US Non-Confrontational Approach in Venezuela Means Less Media Coveragei
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April 08, 2014 10:10 PM
Outside of Latin America the anti-government street protests in Venezuela have been receiving relatively little news coverage, especially when compared to the crisis in Ukraine. Even though the South American nation is a major oil producer and its deteriorating economic and political stability could affect the world, restrictions on the press and a seeming lack of engagement by U.S. officials are keeping Venezuela out of the headlines. VOA's Brian Padden reports from Washington.

US Non-Confrontational Approach in Venezuela Means Less Media Coverage

Published April 08, 2014

Outside of Latin America the anti-government street protests in Venezuela have been receiving relatively little news coverage, especially when compared to the crisis in Ukraine. Even though the South American nation is a major oil producer and its deteriorating economic and political stability could affect the world, restrictions on the press and a seeming lack of engagement by U.S. officials are keeping Venezuela out of the headlines. VOA's Brian Padden reports from Washington.


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