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Venezuela protest leader 'denied jail visits'
Protest leader Leopoldo Lopez, jailed since February, has been denied visitation rights for three weeks, wife says.
Last updated: 02 Jun 2014 22:41 GMT
Venezuela is world's 'most miserable country'
According to new research published by the Cato Institute, Venezuela is the most miserable country in the world.
Last updated: 01 Jun 2014 03:49 GMT
Venezuela cash crunch hits airlines
Major carriers suspend or scale back flights as government fails to pay the $4bn it owes them.
Last updated: 29 May 2014 22:52 GMT
Russia and Latin America: What gives?
Is Russia's top diplomat now trampling upon US 'backyard' to make a point?
Last updated: 02 May 2014 09:02 GMT
Venezuelan capital hit by Easter protests
Protesters burn effigies of government figures as police and protesters clash in wealthy area of Caracas.
Last updated: 21 Apr 2014 10:11 GMT
Maduro's image cracks under protest pressure
Venezuela's president lacks the charisma and cult of personality maintained by the late Hugo Chavez.
Last updated: 19 Apr 2014 15:18 GMT
Venezuela marks Maduro's first year in power
A year into his tenure, Venezuelans are split between those hailing president's achievments and others who want him out.
Last updated: 19 Apr 2014 08:00 GMT
Venezuela's Maduro hold talks with opposition
President hosts politicians as part of bid to put an end to two months of political unrest amid rising death toll.
Last updated: 11 Apr 2014 08:33 GMT
Venezuela rivals plan talks to end crisis
Proposed dialogue between government and opposition aims to end two months of violent protests.
Last updated: 10 Apr 2014 12:10 GMT
Maduro agrees to Venezuela opposition talks
President warms to discussions to end weeks of violent protests in which 39 people have died.
Last updated: 08 Apr 2014 03:21 GMT
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