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6 Oct 2019
Venezuela crisis: Is Nicolas Maduro winning?
19 Sep 2019
The horrific reality of a psychiatric hospital in Venezuela
6 Sep 2019
The Colombian government has accused Venezuela of harboring the former rebels as they launch a new campaign against "the oligarchy." The rebels said the government had turned their back on their promises for peace.
1 Sep 2019
To make ends meet, nurses in Venezuela are forced to work second jobs, like Edgar Fernandez who transforms himself into a mariachi performer or Francis Guillen who sells homemade hair gel.
11 Aug 2019
Venezuela responded to President Donald Trump's move to freeze assets in the US by skipping talks with Juan Guaido's team in Barbados. The government accused Guaido of 'celebrating and promoting' so-called US aggression.
7 Aug 2019
The US president's move is his latest gambit to oust counterpart Nicolas Maduro from power. Meanwhile, Colombia says it will grant citizenship to babies born there to Venezuelan parents and thus at risk of statelessness.
20 Jul 2019
There will be further talks to end to Venezuela's stalemate, negotiators have said. For years, the president's adversaries had been wary of lengthy dialogue, insisting that he has used talks to stall for time.
20 Jul 2019
Venezuelan government seeks closer ties with Nigeria
13 Jul 2019
Expelled from Venezuela in March for greeting opposition leader and interim president Juan Guaido at the airport, German Ambassador Daniel Kriener has been given permission by Caracas to return.
12 Jul 2019
The ordeal faced by political prisoners in Venezuela
20 May 2019
In Cuba putting food on the table has become increasingly difficult, as Venezuela cuts back on oil shipments. Now that Cubans have access to the internet, they are raising their voices on social media.
9 May 2019
The vice president of Venezuela's National Assembly, Edgar Zambrano, has been detained and towed to prison in his car. He was apprehended for alleged support of an uprising arranged by opposition leader Juan Guaido.

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