Opinion

China will determine the future of Venezuela

There are a number of reasons why Beijing continues to back Maduro's government despite suffering financial losses.

Carlos Eduardo Pina

by Carlos Eduardo Pina

Carlos Eduardo Pina

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US blacklists Venezuela military agency after navy captain dies

Critics of President Nicolas Maduro's government have lambasted the use of arbitrary detention and systematic torture.

US blacklists Venezuela military agency after navy captain dies

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Venezuela sells oil to Turkey-registered firm, as sanctions bite

Reuters reports Caracas turns to obscure trading firms to offload petroleum.

Venezuela sells oil to Turkey-registered firm, as sanctions bite

Latin America

Venezuela opposition, gov't to resume Norway-backed talks: Guaido

The self-declared president says talks will resume in Barbados days after he said there were no plans to reopen talks.

Venezuela opposition, gov't to resume Norway-backed talks: Guaido

Venezuela

Rival rallies held on Venezuela's independence day

President Maduro made a call for dialogue, while opposition leader Guaido slammed 'dictatorship'.

Rival rallies held on Venezuela's independence day

Venezuela

Thousands killed as Venezuelan death squads unleashed

Security forces conduct 'shockingly high' number of extrajudicial killings, new report by UN rights chief says.

UN report: Venezuela death squads kill young men, stage scenes

Latin America

Colombian hospitals overwhelmed with Venezuelans

A few aid organizations are trying to help as cases of measles, tuberculosis and malaria are on the rise.

Risking it all

Venezuela's Fuel Traffickers on the Fringes

Faced with a collapsing economy, some risk smuggling fuel to Colombia while dodging Venezuelan soldiers at the border.

Venezuela

Outrage over the death of Venezuelan navy captain

Opposition's Guaido and the US blame Maduro's government for the death of navy officer Rafael Acosta Arevalo.

Venezuela: Outrage over the death of a detained navy captain

Latin America

Venezuelan migrants risk discrimination for new life in Chile

Chile clamps down on undocumented migration, closing the door to migrants as the country's immigration is soaring again.

Latin America

OAS: Venezuela migration may become world's largest by 2020

Group appeals to international community for help as OAS estimates Venezuelan exodus could reach eight million next year

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US sanctions Maduro's son as it raises pressure on Venezuela

Senior US official says Trump administration is considering expanding action against family members of Maduro officials.

US sanctions Maduro's son as it raises pressure on Venezuela

Latin America

Uruguay walks out of OAS assembly over Guaido envoy inclusion

The regional group voted in April to recognise Venezuela's opposition envoy as country's delegate in blow to Maduro.

Uruguay walks out of OAS assembly over Guaido envoy inclusion

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Venezuelan ex-electric chief among 2 indicted in US

The same man who ran Venezuela's electricity ministry during recent blackouts has been charged with US money laundering.

Venezuelan ex-electric chief among 2 indicted in US

Venezuela

Maduro says he will be 'ruthless' if opposition attempts coup

President's warning comes after officials reportedly foiled a coup plot that included murdering the Venezuelan leader.

Maduro says he will be 'ruthless' if opposition attempts coup