Ciudad Bolivar


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a port in eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco river

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The ageing DC3 aircraft carrying tourists fell into a slum near the world's tallest waterfall Angel Falls after taking off from the city of Ciudad Bolivar.
A Rutaca Airlines flight from Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela crashed shortly after takeoff late on 25 January, killing all 24 people on board.
Beatriz Rincon, 63, of Caracas and Gloria Estella Rincon Rodriguez, 46, of Ciudad Bolivar were arrested at 9:30 p.
Drilling was conducted by Major Drilling of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada and RS Perforaciones of Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela.
Planted on a treeless and sunbaked mountainside on the far outskirts of the city, Ciudad Bolivar is a giant slum where well over 1 million people displaced by Colombia's decades-long civil war have involuntarily resettled in a barren land-scape of despair, It was here that I met Vanessa, a 12-year-old girl forced to leave her childhood home in a faraway village last year after paramilitary groups began threatening the family.
One of the headliner infrastructure projects of the government of President Hugo Chavez, the suspension bridge will cross the Orinoco River between the industrial cities of Ciudad Guayana and Ciudad Bolivar in Venezuela.
Hailing from the Venezuelan river port of Ciudad Bolivar deep in the Orinoco River hinterland, saxophonist Robert Incelli was transported from provincial obscurity to international acclaim when he was tapped by Oscar D'Leon to be the legendary salsa singer's music director.
Today it operates as CONVIASA, providing frequent flights to domestic and regional destinations from hubs in Caracas and the southeastern Venezuelan city of Ciudad Bolivar with a fleet of regional turboprops and jets.