Venezuela

Venezuelans hopeful, but wary as aid standoff intensifies

Venezuelans express hope, fear, disillusionment as opposition-set deadline for aid to be allowed into Venezuela nears.

Venezuelans hopeful, but wary as aid standoff intensifies

LGBT

Colombia's 'Madonna' helps LGBTQ people fleeing Venezuela

For Madonna Badillo, a life of discrimination and hardship motivates her to help LGBTQ Venezuelans in need of a home.

Colombia's 'Madonna' helps LGBTQ people fleeing Venezuela

Human Rights

Venezuela security forces punish anti-Maduro protesters: Amnesty

Rights group says dozens were killed during five days of protests in January and 900 people were arrested.

Venezuela security forces punish anti-Maduro protesters: Amnesty

Venezuela

Venezuelans forced to seek basic medical care in Brazil

Political and economic turmoil has put the country's health system on verge of collapse.

Business & Economy

Despite hardships, small core still backs Venezuela's Maduro

Six years of economic turmoil have not dampened revolutionary flame for tiny group of hardcore supporters

Latin America

Venezuela's deadly crackdown adding to homicide crisis

Killings by security forces rose by 50 percent last year, which is exacerbating the country's violence epidemic.

Latin America

Venezuela's school system collapsing due to economic crisis

Starving schoolchildren, striking teachers and decrepit buildings are contributing to the breakdown of Venezuela's educational system.

Opinion

Cold Warrior Elliott Abrams returns to battle in Venezuela

The US has chosen a prominent warmonger to promote 'democracy' in Venezuela.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

Venezuela

Venezuela in crisis: Seven stories to get up-to-date

Nearly a month after opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself president, Venezuela plunges deeper into crisis.

Venezuela in crisis: Seven stories to get up-to-date

Latin America

Venezuela crisis: More migrants cross into Brazil amid standoff

On Brazil's border with Venezuela, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants continue to cross into Brazil each day in search of a better life.

Latin America

Trade with Colombia continues as Venezuela blocks US aid

Although shipment of food and medical supplies remains stranded in Colombia, goods continue to cross the border on a daily basis.

Venezuela

US planes carrying aid for Venezuela land in Colombia

Opposition leader Juan Guaido calls for aid distribution, but President Maduro has refused its entry to Venezuela.

US planes carrying aid for Venezuela land in Colombia

Latin America

Venezuela's fuel and fertiliser shortage reduce farm production

Farmers struggle to transport their produce to market due to premium fuel prices.

Latin America

Maduro says US making 'mistakes' in Venezuela

Venezuelan president rejects US aid and criticises EU nations for supporting the possibility of US military intervention in an Al Jazeera interview.

Latin America

Venezuela: 65 countries support Guaido, while UN backs Maduro

Both sides are committed to entrenching themselves with countries that support them, rather than talks with the other side.