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By Camille Rodriguez Montilla, Manuel Rueda, Associated Press
The Biden administration has agreed to accept up to 24,000 Venezuelan migrants, similar to how Ukrainians have been admitted since Russia's invasion.
By Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
The United States government is moving to ease a few economic sanctions on Venezuela in a gesture meant to encourage resumed negotiations between the U.S.-backed opposition and the government of President Nicolás Maduro.
By Regina Garcia Cano, Associated Press
The White House says two American detainees have been released by the Venezuelan government.
By Eric Tucker, Regina Garcia Cano, Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
It’s been three years since opposition leader Juan Guaido’s party won Venezuela's presidential election. But despite international support for Guaido, President Nicolas Maduro continues to lead. With confidence in the democratic process waning, Venezuela is also undergoing a shrinking economy…
By PBS NewsHour
By Associated Press
The International Criminal Court is opening a formal investigation into crimes against humanity allegedly committed in Venezuela under President Nicolás Maduro's rule.
By Regina Garcia Cano, Jorge Rueda, Associated Press
Maduro for years had rejected numerous humanitarian aid offers as unnecessary and as veiled attempts by the United States and other hostile forces to destabilize his socialist government. That stance appears to have wavered amid continuing hardships.
By Jorge Rueda, Associated Press
Venezuela's government has ordered the expulsion of the head of the EU delegation in the South American nation following the bloc's decision to impose sanctions on several Venezuelan officials accused of undermining democracy or violating human rights.
By Scott Smith, Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Trump leaves office Wednesday, but he's led an international coalition over two years aimed at pressuring Maduro from power. The U.S. backs his leading opponent, Juan Guaidó.
By Matthew Lee, Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the step on Monday, citing in particular Cuba's continued harboring of U.S. fugitives as well as its support for Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro.
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