In Venezuela, years of hardship for millions of people got abruptly worse after the power grid collapsed, intensifying the country's long-running misery.
By Fabiola Sanchez, Scott Smith, Associated Press
Venezuelan opposition protesters on Saturday confronted security forces on a main avenue in Caracas, venting their anger over a nationwide blackout, shortages of basic necessities and the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
By Christopher Torchia, Associated Press
After leaving Venezuela to garner outside support, opposition leader Juan Guaido risked arrest when he returned home. He arrived safely on Monday in Caracas, where he was greeted by crowds of supporters. Nick Schifrin talks to Carlos Vecchio, recognized by…
The Trump administration imposed sanctions Friday on six high-ranking members of the Venezuelan security forces and revoked the visas of other officials and their relatives.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
By Nadja Drost, Bruno Frederico
Violent protests erupted this past weekend in Venezuela over humanitarian aid shipments into the country. Meanwhile, Vice President Pence traveled to Colombia to meet with opposition leader Juan Guaido, promising that the U.S. would increase sanctions on Venezuela in an…
By Christine Armario, Luis Andres Henao, Associated Press
Venezuelan migrants on Sunday helped clean debris from a bridge where troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro a day earlier fired tear gas on activists trying to deliver humanitarian aid in violent clashes that left two people dead and some…
By Associated Press
The panicked scene Saturday on the binational Santander bridge was the dramatic high point of a day that also saw two people killed in unrest near Brazil, at least 23 soldiers switch loyalties to opposition leader Juan Guaido, and Maduro…
Violence has broken out in Venezuela as opposition groups, led by Juan Guaido, attempt to bring in foreign aid against the will of President Nicolas Maduro. Despite international support for Guaido, a fiercely loyal minority of Venezuelans known as Chavistas…
By Christine Armario, Luis Alonso Lugo, Associated Press
The violence came just hours before dueling concerts were to begin on the country's western border with Colombia, where much of the U.S.-supplied aid is being stored in a warehouse.
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