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26 Aug 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order that prohibits dealings in new debt from the Venezuelan government or its state oil company in an effort to halt financing that fuels President Nicolas Maduro's "dictatorship," the White House said on Friday.
26 Aug 2017
Our panel of international journalists discuss Trump’s new “fight to win” strategy in Afghanistan, the latest from the investigation into last week’s Spain bombings, the flight of Venezuela’s embattled former Prosecutor General, Angola’s presidential election, and Macron’s charm offensive in central Europe.
12 Aug 2017
President Donald Trump on Friday threatened a military intervention in Venezuela, a surprise escalation in Washington's response to Venezuela's political crisis.
11 Aug 2017
Residents in crisis-hit Venezuela are using firewood to cook their meals due to a chronic shortage of home cooking gas.
6 Aug 2017
In its first session, Venezuela’s pro-government constituent assembly takes the dramatic step of firing the state prosecutor, Luisa Ortega, who is a leading challenger to President Nicolas Maduro.
31 Jul 2017
10 people are killed in some of the worst street clashes Venezuela has seen in recent months, as the country votes in an election thought by many to be rigged to give President Maduro unprecedented power.
31 Jul 2017
More violence in Venezuela as voters trickle in to cast ballots in Pres. Nicolas Maduro's controversial election that would create a constituent assembly, dissolving the opposition-led Congress, and hand sweeping power to the ruling Socialst Party.
28 Jun 2017
Helicopter attacks Venezuela's pro-Maduro Supreme Court.
11 Jun 2017
England has won its first major international tournament since 1966, after the under 20 side beat Venezuela to lift the FIFA U-20 World Cup.
11 Jun 2017
Venezuela continues to boil with more clashes.
15 Feb 2017
Venezuela's powerful vice president on Tuesday called his blacklisting by the United States on drug charges an "imperialist aggression" in the first flare-up between the two countries under new U.S. President Trump.
17 Jan 2017
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro denounces what he calls a 'hate campaign' against US President-elect Donald Trump and says his administration would not be 'worse' than Barack Obama's.

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