Venezuela’s opposition has scaled back protests that have killed 18 people in the past three weeks as government supporters marked the one-year anniversary of the death of former President Hugo Chavez.
Opposition supporters marched in Caracas today, vowing to maintain pressure President Nicolas Maduro’s government as an extended six-day holiday failed to damp demonstrations that have killed 18 people.
A Suriname man already facing U.S. charges for brandishing a rocket launcher in a cocaine trafficking conspiracy was accused of trying to aid Hezbollah, a designated terrorist group, according to federal prosecutors.
Kosmos Energy Ltd., the oil wildcatter behind one of the biggest West African discoveries in a decade, is hiring BP Plc’s former head of exploration to lead the company as it ramps up its search for the next billion- barrel field.
The European Union prohibited Blue Wing Airlines of Suriname from flying in the EU, expanded curbs on Iran Air and further eased restrictions on Indonesian operators in the latest changes to a list of unsafe carriers.
Greenheart Group Ltd., a unit of tree-plantation operator Sino-Forest Corp., applied to resume trading in Hong Kong today after giving more details about its operations in Suriname and its ties to the parent.