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By Jorge Rueda, Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Next week in Venezuela a new parliament is set to be sworn in, after members of the opposition boycotted elections earlier this month. It leaves opposition leader Juan Guaido in an even more precarious position, and the country with an…
By Marcia Biggs
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 Nadja Drost, Bruno Frederico
In Caracas, a revitalized Venezuelan opposition braved physical threats to demand that national assembly head Juan Guaidó replace President Nicolás Maduro. The Trump administration is backing Guaidó, but critics question whether U.S. intervention will help the country’s suffering population. Nick…
Amidst huge crowds of supporters in Caracas, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó proclaimed himself interim president until new elections can be held. The Trump administration was quick to back Guaidó, and the country's nominal president, Nicolás Maduro, broke off U.S.
Nicolas Maduro has been sworn in for a second term as Venezuela’s president amidst an economic crisis. In what used to be Latin America's wealthiest country, inflation has soared, clean water and electricity are in short supply and millions of…
By PBS NewsHour
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez swept to victory in Sunday's elections and pledged to increase socialist reforms in the South American country.
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