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EU extends sanctions against Venezuela for one year
The European Union has extended the sanctions against Venezuela for one year over the grave political and economic situation in the Latin American country.
Venezuela reciprocates El Salvador’s expulsion of diplomats
Venezuela says it is expelling El Salvador’s diplomats in a tit-for-tat move that comes a day after San Salvador said it had given Venezuelan diplomats two days’ time to leave.
Caracas says Peru allowing hate crimes against Venezuelans
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused his Peruvian counterpart, Martin Vizcarra, of allowing acts of xenophobia, aggression, and hate crimes against Venezuelan migrants in Peru.
US issues travel ban on Cuba's Castro over support for Venezuela's Maduro
Washington has imposed US travel sanctions on Cuba’s former president, and current Communist Party leader Raul Castro and his family members over his support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Putin ‘supports dialog between Venezuela government, opposition’
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country supports dialog between the Venezuelan government and opposition.
Venezuela says it would make sense for US to restore ties
Venezuela says it would make sense for the United States to restore diplomatic ties with the elected government in Caracas as Washington has failed to install an opposition figure as Venezuela’s leader.
Venezuela says it would make sense for US to restore ties
Venezuela says it would make sense for the United States to restore diplomatic ties with the elected government in Caracas as Washington has failed to install an opposition figure as Venezuela’s leader.
Venezuela opp. members break with Guiado, strike deal with government
Members of the Venezuelan opposition have broken ranks with the Western-backed opposition figure Juan Guaido and signed an agreement with President Nicolas Maduro’s government.
Spain rejects US bid to extradite Venezuela's ex-intel chief
A top Spanish court says it has denied a US request to extradite Venezuela's former military intelligence chief on drug trafficking charges, instead ordering his release.
Venezuela just got its first Bitcoin ATM
After years of waiting, and despite a relatively high and impressive volume of Bitcoin trading, Venezuela has finally got its very first Bitcoin ATM.
Venezuela launches military drills along Colombia border
Venezuela has launched extended military drills along the border with Colombia in an effort to prepare for any foreign invasion, amid rising tensions between Caracas and Bogota.
Venezuela organizes anti-Trump signature drive
A nationwide anti-Trump signature drive took place in Venezuela over the weekend to protest the stepped-up US sanctions, a government source said on Sunday.
Venezuela’s Maduro says UN rights report full of lies
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has slammed the latest United Nations report on the country’s human rights situation as full of “lies.”
President Maduro ratifies Padrino as Venezuela’s defense minister
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has reinstated Vladimir Padrino as defense minister who oversaw a US-led attempt to engineer a military coup against the country fall flat.
Malaria surges back in crisis-hit Venezuela
The sweltering heat of the Venezuelan forest makes no difference to Jose Gregorio, who trembles with a cold chill. "I have pain everywhere, fever," he stammers.

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