Venezuela's elections for state governorships have been postponed until next year, a move denounced by the opposition...
After the opposition's declarations that they will not contiinue with the diologue, the Vatican’s special mediator between the government and the opposition said that it will be “revived” on Jan. 13 after a review phase.
Venezuela's ambassador to the UN, Rafael Ramirez, has denied there is a humanitarian crisis in his country.
Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil are considering the “demotion” of Venezuela's Mercosur full membership unless by next August 12 it complies with all conditions to hold such a position
At least three people have been killed in Venezuela in protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Bus drivers in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, paralysed the city for eight hours on Wednesday by blocking the streets with their vehicles to protest against the country's economic crisis.
Venezuela’s petroleum industry, whose vast revenues once fueled the country’s Socialist-inspired revolution, underwriting everything from housing to education, is spiraling into disarray.
The government of the country in crisis, which had decided to close its border with Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao on January 5th, has extended the measure indefinitely
Venezuela has closed its border with Colombia for 72 hours in the latest measure to combat smuggling gangs.
As dissatisfaction with the government grows, opposition leader needs no reminder of the risks involved in inflaming an already febrile national mood
Venezuela's electoral authorities have postponed a key meeting with the opposition in which they were expected to announce whether to allow a recall referendum.
Venezuela's voters elected an opposition supermajority in December of 2015, but the Supreme Court has over-ruled every piece of legislation they have passed
Venezuela's Medical Federation said recently that hospitals had less than 5% of the medicines they needed.
President Maduro labels protest march planned for Thursday a plot to stir up violence and set the stage for a coup.
Venezuela jailed three anti-government politicians in what the opposition denounced on Thursday as a new crackdown on dissent in the economically struggling country.
Venezuela's military has taken control of five ports in an effort to guarantee supplies of food and medicine.
Electoral Board accepts 1.3 million signatures calling for a referendum on President Maduro's leadership, amid protests.
The Venezuelan government says it has imported thousands of tons of basic foodstuffs and will begin distributing them through communal councils directly to family homes.
The human rights situation in Venezuela is getting worse. Fortunately, some on the Left are deciding to speak up.
Venezuela’s steady descent into chaos has repeatedly prompted pundits like me to predict that the authoritarian populist regime founded by Hugo Chávez was doomed to collapse, or be ousted.
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