Poverty & Development

Venezuela in crisis: 'There is no water, no power, no nothing'

Repeated blackouts have led to severe water shortages across the country.

Venezuela in crisis: 'There is no water, no power, no nothing'

Latin America

US calls on UN to recognise Guaido as Venezuela's president

US Vice President Mike Pence urges body to revoke UN credentials of the government of Nicolas Maduro.

US calls on UN to recognise Guaido as Venezuela's president

Venezuela

OAS recognises Guaido's envoy until new Venezuela elections held

Regional group votes to recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido's envoy as country's delegate in blow to Nicolas Maduro.

OAS recognises Guaido's envoy until new Venezuela elections held

Latin America

Venezuelans take to the streets as power struggle persists

Thousands rally in Caracas in the latest rival displays for and against President Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuelans take to the streets as power struggle persists

Venezuela

Venezuela braces for another round of rival protests

Thousands expected to march on Saturday in separate protests called for by Maduro and opposition leader Guaido.

Venezuela braces for another round of rival protests

Venezuela

Venezuelans struggle to find water in the aftermath of blackouts

Lack of water is one of the worst side effects of power outages that have gone on for weeks.

Venezuelans struggle to find water in the aftermath of blackouts

Venezuela

US senators propose more aid, sanctions for Venezuela

The bill would provide $200m in new aid for Venezuela and $200m for neighbouring countries taking in those fleeing.

US senators propose more aid, sanctions for Venezuela

Venezuela

Venezuela's Guaido stripped of immunity by legislators

Tuesday's move by Constituent Assembly paves way for opposition leader to be prosecuted and arrested.

Venezuela

Venezuelan judge moves to strip Juan Guaido's immunity

Opposition leader dismisses the Maduro-stacked High Court as illegitimate and continues calls for Maduro to step down.

Venezuela

Venezuela in crisis: All previous updates

Here are all the developments on the Venezuela crisis from January 22 until February 13.

Venezuela in crisis: All previous updates

Venezuela

Venezuela's Maduro announces power rationing amid blackouts

Maduro says 30-day plan to ration electricity will help deal with the crippling power outages in the country.

Venezuela's Maduro announces power rationing amid blackouts

United States

US warns Russia, others against sending troops to Venezuela

White House adviser John Bolton accuses Nicolas Maduro is using foreign military personnel to stay in power.

US warns Russia, others against sending troops to Venezuela

Venezuela

Maduro's government bars Guaido from public office for 15 years

The US-backed Venezuelan opposition leader brushes off the move, calling for more protests this weekend.

Maduro's government bars Guaido from public office for 15 years

Venezuela

Trump tells Russia to get its troops out of Venezuela

US president makes demand while hosting Fabiana Rosales, wife of opposition leader Juan Guaido, at the White House.

Trump tells Russia to get its troops out of Venezuela

UpFront

Who is Venezuela's legitimate leader?

Eva Golinger and Eli Lake debate the political crisis in Venezuela and the prospects for a US-led military intervention.

Who is Venezuela's legitimate leader?