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

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

Latin America

Venezuela should release jailed opponents: UN rights chief

Bachelet's comments came at the end of a three-day visit to the country at the invitation of President Maduro.

Human Rights

UN rights chief Bachelet heads to Venezuela for a three-day visit

Bachelet is expected to hold separate talks with President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido.

UN rights chief Bachelet heads to Venezuela for a three-day visit

Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela exodus surpasses 4 million: UN

New figure comes as Peru announces it is implementing stricter measures for Venezuelans wishing to enter the country.

Venezuela exodus surpasses 4 million: UN

Latin America

Putin: Russia has no plans to send troops to Venezuela

Russia leader says Moscow will not send troops to Caracas, warns US military intervention there will be a 'catastrophe'.

Putin: Russia has no plans to send troops to Venezuela

Venezuela

Venezuelan activist Tintori, wife of opposition's Lopez, in Spain

Tintori has decided to leave the Spanish ambassador's residence in Caracas, where she had been staying as a guest.

Venezuelan activist Tintori, wife of opposition's Lopez, in Spain

Venezuela

Lima Group, EU urge active global support of Venezuela's Guaido

International community needs to play more active role in supporting 'prompt return to democracy', their statement says.

Lima Group, EU urge active global support of Venezuela's Guaido

Venezuela

Venezuela in crisis: All the latest updates

The latest updates as the power struggle between Venezuelan President Maduro and opposition leader Guaido intensifies.

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IMF denies pressuring Venezuela to release data, reports Reuters

Rare data release from Maduro's government, reportedly prompted by China, offers a new look at the country's collapse.

IMF denies pressuring Venezuela to release data, reports Reuters

Venezuela

Venezuela's Guaido vows protests as Norway talks produce no deal

Meetings between Venezuela gov't, opposition envoys end without progress towards resolving country's political crisis.

Venezuela's Guaido vows protests as Norway talks produce no deal

Venezuela

US boycotts UN arms forum as Venezuela takes chair

Venezuelan ambassador slams US move as 'ridiculous', calls Trump a 'war-mongering racist'.

US boycotts UN arms forum as Venezuela takes chair

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Venezuela's Jorge Arreaza: 'There is no perfect government'

The Venezuelan foreign minister discusses the country's ongoing crisis and threats of international intervention.

Latin America

Maduro proposes early elections for opposition-run congress

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro proposes early elections for the National Assembly, which is headed by Juan Guaido.

Maduro proposes early elections for opposition-run congress

Venezuela

Venezuela's Maduro says Norway talks seek 'peaceful agenda'

Representatives of each side arrive in Norway, signalling a fresh approach to ending months of tension.

Venezuela's Maduro says Norway talks seek 'peaceful agenda'