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1. Could Your Bexleyheath Property Benefit From An Automatic Awning?
April 16, 2018

There’s a lot more to Bexleyheath than initially meets the eye. Now situated within the London borough of Bexley but historically part of Kent, Bexleyheath is a fascinating area to walk around. That is the case whether one admires such historic treasures as Red House – the former home of 19th-century reforming designer and socialist William Morris – or instead more recent architecture, such as the Modernist buildings to be found on Danson Road. With other attractions of Bexleyheath ranging from the Broadway Shopping Centre – a covered shopping centre that opened in the early 1980s – to... (read more)

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2. Venezuela Power Clash Resumes After Vatican-led Talks Falter
December 14, 2016

Political conflict between Venezuela's opposition-run legislature and socialist government flared again on Wednesday after the breakdown of Vatican-led talks, as each side moved to appoint its own members to the national election board. The opposition Democratic Unity coalition blames President Nicolas Maduro for the OPEC nation's shrinking and dysfunctional economy, and wants to remove him through a referendum or by bringing forward the presidential vote due for late...... (read more)

3. Venezuela Shuts Colombia Border to Fight Currency Smuggling
December 12, 2016

President Nicolas Maduro on Monday ordered the closure of Venezuela's border with Colombia for 72 hours in a crackdown on what he says are "mafias' smuggling hard-to-find cash that is destabilizing the socialist economy.   The move comes as Maduro is trying to get a grip on Venezuela's galloping inflation, which has choked business and made bolivar notes among the hardest items to find in the already shortage-plagued oil-based economy.   "This is an...... (read more)

4. Venezuelans Scramble to Ditch Largest Bill Ahead of Surprise Removal
December 12, 2016

Venezuelans hastily dumped the country's 100-bolivar bill, the largest denomination, on Monday after the government said it would be pulled from circulation as the crisis-wracked nation suffers what is believed to be the world's highest inflation. Socialist President Nicolas Maduro said the withdrawal of the bill — worth just 2 U.S. cents on the black market — was needed to reduce contraband of the bills on the Venezuela-Colombia border. The 100-bolivar note will be removed in 72...... (read more)

5. Social Democrats Easily Win Romania Parliamentary Elections
December 11, 2016

Romania's left-leaning Social Democrats easily won parliamentary elections a year after a major anti-corruption drive forced the last Socialist prime minister from power, near-final results released Monday showed. Election authorities said that with 99 percent of the votes from Sunday's balloting counted, the Social Democratic Party led with about 46 percent and the center-right Liberals were second with over 20 percent. The chairman of the Social Democrats, Liviu Dragnea,...... (read more)

6. Romanians Vote One Year After Corruption Ousted Prime Minister
December 11, 2016

Romanians are voting in a parliamentary election Sunday, a year after a massive anti-corruption campaign forced the last Socialist prime minister from power. The country of about 19 million is one of the poorest in the European Union and perceived as one of the most corrupt. Regardless of the scandal, the corruption-tainted leftist Social Democratic Party (PSD), which advocates loose fiscal policy, is likely to form a majority with smaller parties. Polls put the PSD in first place...... (read more)

7. Crowded Field for French Socialist Candidate, but Valls Still Seen Ahead
December 08, 2016

Two more French Socialist politicians prepared to join a jostling field for the party's presidential nomination on Thursday though polls showed Manuel Valls, who quit as premier launch his campaign, to be holding a solid lead. The badly-divided Socialists, more adrift than ever since President Francois Hollande announced on December 1 that he would not run for a second term, are seeking to settle on a candidate who can stop humiliation by a right-wing candidate next spring. But...... (read more)

8. Bernard Cazeneuve Ascends to Post of French Prime Minister
December 06, 2016

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has been picked by President Francois Hollande to fill the post of prime minister. Cazeneuve is succeeding Manuel Valls, who resigned Tuesday to seek the Socialist Party's nomination for next year's presidential election.  The 54-year-old Valls put his name in contention to succeed Hollande, who announced last week during a televised address that he would not seek a second term.  As interior minister, Cazeneuve has been at...... (read more)

9. Analyst: Russia Seeks to Benefit from Polarized Europe
December 05, 2016

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced his resignation after suffering a defeat in a constitutional referendum. The rejection of his pro-EU policies followed a similar hit taken by pro-European forces in Britain. Austrian voters, on the other hand, opted for a left-leaning president in the final ballot Sunday. Bulgaria last month elected a socialist leader, considered to be close to Russia. VOA's Zlatica Hoke discussed the meaning of recent developments with U.S. analyst Peter Eltsov.... (read more)

10. French PM Expected to Announce Presidential Bid
December 05, 2016

France’s Socialist Prime Minister Manuel Valls is expected to announce Monday he will run for president in next year's election. Valls' office said in a press release that he would make a statement (at 1730 UTC) at the town hall in Evry, south of Paris. His expected announcement comes after French President Francois Hollande said last week during a televised address he did not plan to run for a second term due to insufficient support to win. The 54-year-old Valls has long...... (read more)

11. Venezuela Decries Mercosur ‘Coup' After Trade Bloc Suspension
December 02, 2016

An increasingly isolated Venezuela accused the Mercosur trade bloc of staging a "coup" on Friday after member nations suspended the socialist nation for failing to fulfill membership requirements. In an official letter addressed to Venezuela's Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez and seen by Reuters, Mercosur informed Venezuela of "the cessation of the exercise of the rights inhered to a member state as of this date." Following a decade in which strong growth and...... (read more)

12. Hollande's Decision Not to Seek Re-election Reflects Broader Upheaval in Western Politics
December 02, 2016

President Francois Hollande's decision not to run for a second term may not change the outcome of French elections, analysts say, but it reflects a broader populist backlash that is upending politics in Europe and the United States. Hollande headed to Abu Dhabi Friday, hours after his announcement that he would not seek another term. The Socialist leader becomes the first president in modern French history not to run for re-election, but he also faces record unpopularity, with...... (read more)

13. French President: No Run for Second Term
December 01, 2016

French President Francois Hollande has announced he does not plan to run for a second term, which would make him the first French incumbent in years to step down without running for re-election. Hollande announced his intention Thursday in a televised address, saying he does not have sufficient support to win a second term. Hollande has the lowest approval ratings of any French president on record. His announcement caps off weeks of speculation about whether the socialist leader would...... (read more)

14. Cubans Mourn Castro, As Week of Mourning Begins
November 27, 2016

Cubans are mourning Fidel Castro, the country's revolutionary leader whose death was announced Saturday. Flags are flying at half-mast across the country, as Cuba enters a week filled with memorials to mark his passing. The socialist revolutionary, who had long been ill, died late Friday at the age of 90. A cause of death has not been announced. A series of memorials begins Monday, when Cubans gather in Havana's iconic Revolution Square, where Castro often addressed adoring...... (read more)

15. Fidel Castro Left Mark on Somalia, Horn of Africa
November 26, 2016

One place besides Miami where few tears will be shed over the death of Fidel Castro is Somalia, where his military involvement left a mark. In the mid-1970s, Castro and former Soviet leaders were celebrating what looked like the emergence of another socialist leadership following the rise of the Derg regime in Ethiopia. Somalia had already been declared a socialist state and had hosted a large presence of Soviet and Cuban military advisers and trainers. In early 1977, Castro brought...... (read more)

16. Venezuelan President Expresses Intent to Improve Relations With US
November 20, 2016

Venezuela’s Socialist President Nicolas Maduro says he hopes for improved relations with the United States under President-elect Donald Trump. While on the campaign trail, Trump said in July the United States would "end up being Venezuela" if his rival Hillary Clinton were to win the White House. Speaking on his weekly program In Contact With Maduro Sunday, the Venezuelan president said his country will have better relations with the U.S., despite last year calling the real...... (read more)

17. Amid Crisis, Venezuelan President Turns to Music
November 14, 2016

Struggling to contain an economic crisis and an opposition push to remove him, Venezuela's socialist leader Nicolas Maduro has launched a radio show devoted to salsa music in an effort to cheer the nation and boost his faltering image. Maduro, a music aficionado who used to play in a rock band, debuted "Salsa Hour" this month and has broadcast four episodes from a radio booth specially installed in the Miraflores presidential palace, with each episode lasting several...... (read more)

18. Moscow Clout Rises as Bulgaria, Moldova Elect Pro-Russia Leaders
November 14, 2016

Voters in Europe’s poorest country, Moldova, and the European Union’s poorest member, Bulgaria, elected Russia-leaning presidents Sunday.   In Bulgaria, Socialist-backed General Rumen Radev, a former air force commander who wants to lift EU sanctions against Russia, won by a wide margin against the ruling center-right GERB Party candidate Tsetska Tsacheva, securing 59 percent of the vote compared to Tsacheva’s 36 percent.  Prime Minister Boyko Borisov resigned his post after the...... (read more)

19. A Russian-Friendly Political Novice Wins Bulgaria’s Presidency
November 14, 2016

Bulgaria's Socialist Party candidate has won the presidential election, leading to the resignation of the country's prime minister. Former air force commander General Rumen Radev, a Russian-friendly political novice, won nearly 60 percent of the vote, according to nearly complete results released Monday.  Tsetska Tsacheva, the candidate of the ruling center-right GERB party, fell far short in his attempt to become president. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov congratulated Radev...... (read more)

20. Bulgarian PM to Quit as Opposition Candidate Nears Presidential Win
November 13, 2016

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov announced his resignation Sunday, as exit polls in the country's presidential runoff election showed his nominee losing badly to a pro-Russia candidate backed by the socialist opposition. Borisov's announcement came in Sofia, as exit polls showed Gen. Rumen Radev, a political novice, winning about 58 percent of Sunday's vote. Borisov's hand-picked nominee, Tsetska Tsacheva, was holding about 36 percent. Official results were...... (read more)

21. Expectations Low as Venezuela’s Government, Opposition Resume Talks
November 12, 2016

Venezuela’s government and opposition resumed talks Friday evening aimed at easing a political standoff in the country stricken by a spiraling economic crisis. The expectations for a breakthrough are low because the opposition insists on a recall referendum against Socialist President Nicolas Maduro, while the administration is showing little indication of agreeing to that. The dialogue is part of a Vatican-led effort to defuse the country’s political crisis after Pope Francis met...... (read more)

22. Pro-Russian Candidate Wins First Round of Bulgarian Election
November 07, 2016

Socialist-backed candidate Rumen Radev, who has called for an end to European Union sanctions against Russia, won the first round of Bulgaria's presidential election, partial official results showed on Monday. Radev's close-fought victory over ruling party candidate Tsetska Tsacheva makes the former air force commander the favorite to win a run-off on Sunday, a result that could bring the Black Sea state politically closer to Russia. Results from 86 percent of polling stations...... (read more)

23. China Approves Law to Tighten Control on Internet Use
November 07, 2016

China's legislature approved a cybersecurity law on Monday that human rights activists warn will tighten political controls and foreign companies say might hamper access to Chinese technology markets.   Chinese authorities say the law is required to prevent crime and terrorism. It also prohibits activity aimed at ``overthrowing the socialist system,' a reference to challenges to the ruling Communist Party's monopoly on power.   Chinese leaders promote internet...... (read more)

24. Cuba Falling Short of Foreign Investment Goals
November 01, 2016

Cuba is failing to meet its self-imposed foreign investment targets two years after detente with the United States set off the greatest surge of business interest in the country since its 1959 socialist revolution, officials said Tuesday. Foreign Commerce Minister Rodrigo Malmierca told foreign business people and diplomats at the country's annual trade fair that Cuba has approved 83 foreign investment projects worth more than $1.5 billion since the passage of a new foreign investment...... (read more)

25. Venezuela Frees Three Jailed Activists in Post-talks Gesture
November 01, 2016

Venezuela has freed three opposition activists jailed for more than a month in a first gesture by President Nicolas Maduro's government after talks began with his foes. The socialist leader met opposition leaders over the weekend in talks convened by the Vatican, but they conditioned further dialogue on the release of political prisoners and a national vote on Maduro's rule. His adversaries accuse Maduro of creating a dictatorship by blocking a recall referendum on his rule and...... (read more)

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