Cuba has restarted their news agency in the US capital
Nearly a month of clashes at anti-government protests have left 28 people dead, according to prosecutors.
The announcement late Wednesday raised international tension over Venezuela, where unrest has left 28 people dead this month.
The opposition urged protesters to march on central Caracas, a pro-Maduro bastion where the seat of government is located.
The police in Parana state displayed a haul of dollars and other currencies in plastic bags, as well as a powerful automatic rifle.
Death toll rises in Venezuelan protests as the demonstrations hit the fourth week
The damage caused by gangsters who used explosives to rob a security company of millions of dollars in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay
Authorities withdraw cautionary evacuation order; no damages reported
The tremor took place at 11.36 pm (0236 GMT), centered off the coast at 42 kilometers (26 miles) west of Valparaiso, according to the US Geological Survey.
No arrests were announced in the slayings which took place Thursday in a hard-to-access settlement in Mato Grosso state. A human rights group said the killings were part of a pattern of brutal pressure from rich landowners to displace small-scale farmers from lucrative territories.
Maduro in his weekly television address endorsed voting planned for later this year at the mayoral and gubernatorial level.
Venezuela has seen near-daily protests since the beginning of April, with opponents of President Nicolas Maduro demanding his ouster.
After tense negotiations with security forces blocking their way, protesters in Caracas were allowed to march to their destination, the headquarters of the Catholic bishops' conference.
Videos shot by El Valle residents showed people throwing bottles and other objects out their windows at the gunmen in the streets below, shouting "Murderers!"
Turkish experts will visit central American country to evaluate current warning system in place
3 confirmed dead in demonstrations aim at Maduro
Brazilian media reported that as many as 20 buses had been set on fire in the last 24 hours.
In 2013, almost 100 percent of the Falkland Islands' residents voted in favour of remaining under British rule.
Prominent anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu among those to endorse Freedom Movement
The Houston, Texas-based Citgo is among 20 companies and individuals who made the largest donations to the committee organizing the president's events, according to documents released by the Federal Election Commission on Wednesday.
Temer is staking his legacy on passage of the reforms, which center on changing the costly pension system to increase the retirement age to 65 for men and 62 for women from today's 60 for men and 55 for women.