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By PBS NewsHour
Sen. Chris Murphy said the rushed U.S. policy has allowed Maduro to label Guaidó an "American patsy" while hardening Russian and Cuban backing of Maduro.
By Scott Smith, Associated Press
Amid Venezuela’s political and economic upheaval, millions of children are facing hunger, preventable diseases, lack of education and violence. Chronic poverty and food shortages drive kids and their families to desperation, whether sifting through garbage for scraps or joining a…
By Marcia Biggs, Frank Carlson
Maduro made the remark in a meeting with the international press on Friday, three days after Guaidó returned from a tour to the U.S. and Europe, in defiance of a court order prohibiting him from leaving the country.
An energized Guaidó told cheering supporters at a public square in the capital of Caracas late Tuesday that he is armed with the backing of the “free world” to finish the job of reclaiming the nation.
By Christine Armario, Associated Press
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó joined leaders from the United States and Latin America during a counter-terrorism conference at the General Santander Police Academy in Bogota, Colombia.
By Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaidó has traveled to Colombia to participate alongside U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a regional counter-terrorism meeting — a new show of support by the Trump administration for the man it says is the…
By Fabiola Sanchez, Associated Press
The man recognized by the U.S. and over 50 other nations as Venezuela’s rightful president took his seat at the National Assembly and led opposition lawmakers in boisterously singing the country’s anthem.
By Fabiola Sanchez, Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó was violently blocked Sunday from presiding over a special session of congress where rivals tried to install a substitute in what was condemned as a hijacking of the country’s last democratic institution.
The governance of Venezuela appears to be in a deadlock. Opposition leader Juan Guaido, whom the U.S. recognizes as president, has been unable to oust President Nicolas Maduro. The two sides were negotiating until recently, when Maduro, who is supported…
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