martedì 18 luglio 2017

America Magazine
(Tim Padgett) On July 2 at St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis made yet another call for dialogue to end the violent unrest in Venezuela. Photos do not show a dove of peace alighting on his shoulder, but what happened six days later in Caracas made some Venezuela watchers wonder if he had summoned a minor miracle. On July 8, Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López—who was jailed in kangaroo-court fashion three years ago for leading anti-government protests—was released from a military prison. Mr. López was simply (...)