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Venezuelan opposition raises concern of vote rigging

Venezuelans will vote in regional elections on Sunday.

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Venezuela: No Money, Mo' Problems

Where did all the money go, and how did Venezuela come to where it is today?

Venezuela: No Money, Mo' Problems

Latin America

Venezuelan families scavenge for food to survive hunger

Survey by top university says the average citizen has lost 9kg in the past year in what was once South America's richest country.

Latin America

Venezuela crisis: Hospitals struggle to help patients

Sick children in Venezuela are dying because hospitals cannot get medical supplies or afford to maintain equipment. Infant mortality rates are up 30 percent, as the country struggles with hyperinflation and food shortages.

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Venezuela may have committed 'crimes against humanity'

UN rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein calls for investigation into possible rights abuses by Venezuelan security forces.

Venezuela: UN warns of possible crimes against humanity

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Delcy Rodriguez: No humanitarian crisis in Venezuela

The president of the new Constituent Assembly on allegations of abuse of power and Venezuela's economic crisis.

Latin America

Venezuela crisis worsened by severe cash shortage

On top of major shortages of food and medicine, Venezuelans are now struggling with a lack of currency banknotes.

Latin America

Venezuela bars opposition activist from Europe trip

Lilian Tintori's passport was seized at the airport before she was to board a flight to Europe to meet EU leaders.

Venezuela bars opposition activist from Europe trip

Latin America

Venezuela's assembly votes to prosecute 'traitors'

Decree orders authorities to investigate and try those believed responsible for supporting new US economic sanctions.

Latin America

Venezuela holds military drills after US threat

Training exercises across country come at the heels of new US sanctions and Trump's warning of military action.

Latin America

US imposes sweeping financial sanctions on Venezuela

The US move was denounced by Venezuela's government as the 'worst aggression' against the country in two centuries.

US imposes sweeping financial sanctions on Venezuela

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Venezuela's ex-prosecutor: I have corruption evidence on Maduro

Venezuela's sacked attorney general, Luisa Ortega, says she has strong evidence of corruption involving President Nicolas Maduro and some of his closest aides.

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Dissident Venezuela prosecutor says life in danger

Luisa Ortega tells conference in Brazil she has evidence implicating Venezuela's president in corruption.

Venezuela's dissident ex-prosecutor 'received threats'

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Venezuela 'congress in resistance' rejects new assembly

The opposition won control of congress in 2015, but the Supreme Court has tossed out every law it passed.

Venezuela 'congress in resistance' rejects new assembly