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LG Says AirPlay 2 and HomeKit Coming to Select 2018 TV Models Later This Year

In a support document, LG has indicated that it plans to add AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support to some of its 2018 smart TVs by October 2020, including LCD models with "SK" or "UK" in the name and OLED models with "B8" through "Z8" in the name. AirPlay 2 and HomeKit will be rolled out with a software update in most countries, with exceptions being China, Iran, Sudan, Syria, and Venezuela. AirPlay 2 will enable users to stream videos, music, podcasts, and more directly from an iPhone, iPad, or Ma...
Tags: Apple, UK, Siri, Apple TV, Venezuela, Lg, Homekit, Airplay 2, China Iran Sudan Syria, Mac LG, HomeKit LG


US sends warships to Caribbean to stop illegal drugs

The announcement came a week after the US accused Venezuela's leader of "narco-terrorism".
Tags: News, US, Venezuela, Caribbean


Venezuela: COVID-19 Venezuela: Employment Labor Sector Q&A - Clyde & Co

Our Labor Law specialist, Damirca Prieto answers questions on the effect or COVID-19 in the Venezuelan labor sector.
Tags: News, Venezuela, COVID, Damirca Prieto


Trump doubles U.S. military assets in Caribbean, bolstering drug fight after Maduro indictment

The Trump administration said on Wednesday it was deploying more U.S. Navy warships and aircraft to the Caribbean to prevent drug cartels and "corrupt actors" like Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to smuggle more narcotics. President Donald Trump said he was doubling U.S. military resources in the region, including destroyers, surveillance planes and personnel, in an anti-drug crackdown to deal with what he called a "growing threat." The beefed-up op...
Tags: News, Navy, Venezuela, Donald Trump, Nicolás Maduro, Caribbean, Trump, Maduro


AP Sources: US to deploy anti-drug Navy ships near Venezuela

The Trump administration will soon announce that the U.S. is moving naval ships toward Venezuela as it enhances counter-narcotic operations in the Caribbean following a U.S. drug indictment against Nicolás Maduro, according to three people familiar with the situation. The mission is part of the U.S.'s previously announced commitment to enhance anti-drug operations in the hemisphere. It also comes as Maduro steps up attacks on his U.S.-backed rival, Juan Guaidó.
Tags: News, Navy, US, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Caribbean, Trump, Maduro


Trump: US to deploy anti-drug Navy ships near Venezuela

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Navy ships are being moved toward Venezuela as his administration beefs up counter-narcotics operations in the Caribbean following a U.S. drug indictment against Nicolás Maduro. “The Venezuelan people continue to suffer tremendously due to Maduro and his criminal control over the country, and drug traffickers are seizing on this lawlessness,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper said after the president's announcement. The mission involves sending additi...
Tags: News, Navy, Defense, US, Venezuela, Donald Trump, Nicolás Maduro, Caribbean, Trump, Maduro, Western Hemisphere, Mark Esper


The unsung heroes of the coronavirus pandemic

Congress passed and the president signed a $2 trillion “stimulus” bill. “Not enough!” shrieked politicians. They said the government must do more. They demanded President Donald Trump reactivate the Defense Production Act, a 1950 law that lets government force companies to make things. Trump hesitated. That upset lovers of big dictatorial government. They demanded the president order companies to make respirators, masks and other desperately needed medical equipment. CNN’s Alisyn Camerota joined...
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Venezuela: COVID-19 Venezuela: Marine Industry Impact Due To Coronavirus - Clyde & Co

COVID-19 continues to impact the global maritime industry and this article looks at the impact it is having to the industry in Venezuela.
Tags: News, Venezuela


5 things to know for April 1: Coronavirus, census, prisons, election, Venezuela

Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
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Trump and Putin Are All Talk on Oil Price Plunge

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Well there’s a surprise. During a telephone conversation on Monday, Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin “agreed on the importance of stability in global energy markets.” However, it’s very unlikely either will go beyond extolling stability and waiting for (or pressuring) somebody else to do something about it.Trump, speaking at the White House Tuesday, talked of many meetings that are going to put this all right. He said Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Sal...
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U.S. offers to lift Venezuela sanctions for power-sharing deal, shifting policy

The Trump administration on Tuesday offered to begin lifting Venezuela sanctions if the opposition and members of President Nicolas Maduro's Socialist Party form an interim government without him, marking a shift in a U.S. policy that has failed to end his grip on power.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, Socialist Party


US asks Juan Guaido to renounce claim to Venezuela leadership – for the time being

The United States has called on Venezuela’s Juan Guaido to temporarily renounce his claim to the presidency as it recalibrates its strategy to oust leader Nicolas Maduro.The shift came after more than a year of faltering US-led efforts to oust the leftist Mr Maduro.
Tags: News, US, United States, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Juan Guaido


'Best they can get' or more 'politics than policy?' U.S. offers Venezuela a deal

A former senior U.S. government official says it's the "best" deal they can get, while an analyst said this is more about "politics than policy."
Tags: News, Venezuela


Venezuela rejects a U.S. offer to ease sanctions in exchange for transitional government

A former senior U.S. government official says it's the "best" deal they can get, while an analyst said this is more about "politics than policy."
Tags: News, Venezuela


US launches new effort to oust Venezuela's Maduro

The Trump administration launched its latest effort to oust embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday, leveraging the coronavirus pandemic to apply additional pressure.
Tags: US, Cnn, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, Maduro


US offers Venezuela sanctions relief for power-sharing agreement

The deal would lift sanctions if Venezuela's leaders agrees to share power with the opposition.
Tags: News, US, Venezuela


In policy shift, U.S. offers to lift Venezuela sanctions for power-sharing deal

The Trump administration on Tuesday offered to begin lifting Venezuela sanctions if the opposition and members of President Nicolas Maduro's Socialist Party form an interim government without him, marking a shift in a U.S. policy that has failed to end his grip on power.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, Socialist Party


In policy shift, U.S. offers to lift Venezuela sanctions in power-sharing deal

The Trump administration on Tuesday proposed lifting Venezuela sanctions in exchange for a power-sharing deal, with members of the opposition and President Nicolas Maduro's Socialist Party forming a transitional government in the run-up to early elections.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, Socialist Party


US calls on Maduro and Guaidó to stand down in Venezuela transition plan

Plan includes five-member council and freeing of prisonersSceptics see little incentive for government leadersThe US has proposed a political transition plan for Venezuela, offering to lift sanctions if the president, Nicolás Maduro, and his opponent, Juan Guaidó, step aside and pass power to an interim government made up of their supporters.Under the “democratic transition framework”, all political prisoners would be released, and all foreign (principally Cuban) forces would leave. A five-membe...
Tags: Americas, US, World news, US foreign policy, US news, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Maduro, Socialist Party, Mike Pompeo, Juan Guaido, Guaido


Venezuela prosecutor's office summoned Guaido for 'attempted coup'

State prosecutors in Venezuela have summoned opposition leader Juan Guaido for an alleged "attempted coup d'etat" and attempted assassination, Attorney General Tarek William Saab announced Tuesday. In a statement broadcast on state television, Saab said Guaido had been summoned to appear before prosecutors next Thursday following an investigation last week into the seizure of a weapons cache in neighboring Colombia that he said was to be smuggled into Venezuela.
Tags: News, Colombia, Venezuela, Saab, Tarek William Saab, Juan Guaido, Guaido


In Venezuela shift, US asks Guaido to renounce power -- for now

The United States on Tuesday called on Venezuela's Juan Guaido to renounce his claim to the presidency at least temporarily as it recalibrated its strategy to oust leader Nicolas Maduro. In a shift after more than a year of US-led efforts to topple the leftist Maduro, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Maduro and Guaido should set up a transitional government to arrange elections in six to 12 months.
Tags: News, US, United States, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, State, Maduro, Mike Pompeo, Juan Guaido, Guaido


In toned-down approach, U.S. proposes Venezuela transition government, sanctions relief

The Trump administration on Tuesday unveiled a proposal for the lifting of Venezuela sanctions in exchange for creation of a power-sharing transitional government made up of members of the opposition and President Nicolas Maduro's Socialist Party.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump


'It’s good timing’: US ignores global calls to suspend Iran and Venezuela sanctions

Trump administration intensifies punitive measures on Iran and Venezuela, as coronavirus pandemic spreadsCoronavirus – live US updatesLive global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAt a time when all of humanity is facing a common, invisible, enemy, world leaders have called for a suspension of economic sanctions that have increasingly become the pursuit of war by other means.The Trump administration has responded so far by ignoring those appeals and intensifying punitive measures on the two...
Tags: Americas, US, America, World news, US news, Iran, Middle East and North Africa, US politics, Venezuela, Trump, Trump Administration, Coronavirus outbreak


Venezuela fuel shortages hinder food delivery amid coronavirus quarantine

SAN CRISTOBAL/CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's fuel shortages are causing growing complications for the production and delivery of food to a crisis-stricken nation that is in quarantine to stop the spread of the coronavirus, according to ten food industry sources. President Nicolas Maduro's government is struggling to provide fuel to the OPEC nation's service stations due to chronic refinery problems and U.S. sanctions that have left most trading firms unwilling to ship gasoline to Venezuela. V...
Tags: News, Opec, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Reuters Venezuela, Venezuela Venezuela, SAN CRISTOBAL CARACAS


U.S. outlines plan for Venezuela transition, sanctions relief

The proposal would require Maduro and Guaidó to step aside and hand power to a five-member council of state.
Tags: News, Venezuela, Maduro, Guaido


U.S. calls for power-sharing transition in Venezuela, lays out proposal for sanctions relief

The Trump administration on Tuesday called for a power-sharing transitional government in Venezuela made up of the opposition and some members of President Nicolas Maduro's Socialist Party, and laid out for the first time how U.S. sanctions might be lifted, including on the vital oil sector.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, Socialist Party


US outlines plan for Venezuela transition, sanctions relief

The Trump administration is prepared to lift crippling sanctions on Venezuela in support of a new proposal to form a transitional government requiring both Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaidó to step aside in favor of a five-person governing council, U.S. officials said. The one-page “Democratic Transition Framework for Venezuela” was presented Tuesday by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. It echoes a proposal made over the weekend by Guaidó that shows how growing concerns about the ...
Tags: News, US, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, State, Mike Pompeo, Juan Guaido, Guaido


U.S. Counts on Global Crises to Press Again for Power Shift in Venezuela

Yet there is no indication Nicolás Maduro will step down, despite little assistance to confront the coronavirus and losing an economic lifeline during an oil spat between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Tags: News, Russia, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Trump, Elliott, Juan, Abrams, Maduro, Nicolas, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, United States International Relations, Embargoes and Sanctions, Guaido, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Exclusive: Russian state gave up majority share of Rosneft in Venezuela deal - source

The Russian state has cut its holding in oil giant Rosneft to below a majority stake as part of its deal to buy the group's Venezuelan assets, announced over the weekend, a source familiar with the details told Reuters.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Rosneft


Opinion analysis: Court finds particular maritime safe berth clause constitutes charterer’s warranty of safety

In a 7-2 decision announced today, the Supreme Court held that a safe berth clause in a particular maritime charter party agreement constituted a warranty of safety, making the charterer, who designated the unloading berth, liable for costs to clean up an oil spill. In concluding that the charter party agreement allocated such a risk to the charterer (collectively referred to as CARCO), the court umpired a dispute involving more than $130 million dollars between the parties, resolved a circuit s...
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