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Iran denounces Pompeo’s ‘ridiculous’ claim of meddling in Venezuela
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi denounced the “ridiculous” claim by the US secretary of state that Tehran is interfering in the internal affairs of Venezuela, according to the Foreign Ministry’s official website.
Mnuchin: US to pump $10bn into Venezuela's shattered trade after Maduro
In yet another move to undermine the legitimate government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has announced that Washington is working on a $10 billion package of trade finance to help the Latin American country out of its economic and humanitarian crisis once a “new government” is put in place.
Pompeo defends US sanctions against Venezuela, says Washington won't quit fight
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has defended sanctions against Venezuela and said the United States would not "quit the fight" in the South American nation as it struggles with an economic and political crisis.
Castro: Cuba won’t abandon Venezuela despite US blackmail
Cuban Communist Party leader Raul Castro says his country will never cease supporting its ally Venezuela under pressure by the United States, which has threatened Havana with more sanctions over its support of the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela slams US for urging UN to recognize Guaido as new president
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has denounced as “arrogant” US Vice President Mike Pence for calling on the UN Security Council to recognize opposition leader Juan Guaido as the new president of the Latin American state.
US government working to increase pressure on Venezuela
The United States administration and Congress are working to increase pressure on the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro by introducing new sanctions and enticing Venezuelan officials to defect to an opposition figure.
Venezuela’s Guaido stripped of immunity, cleared for prosecution
Venezuela’s opposition figure Juan Guaido has been stripped of his parliamentary immunity, in a move that paves the way for the government to arrest and prosecute him for declaring himself “interim president” of the country even though an elected government is in place.
Top Venezuela court urges revocation of Guaido’s immunity
Venezuela’s Supreme Court has urged the National Constituent Assembly to strip opposition figure Juan Guaido of his parliamentary immunity from prosecution.
Russia says opened helicopter pilot training center in Venezuela
Russia’s sole state arms exporter Rosoboronexport says it has opened a training center for military helicopters in Venezuela, a few days after Moscow dispatched troops and equipment to the crisis-hit South American country.
US concerned about Iran, Venezuela’s independence: Analyst
An analyst says the US is concerned about Iran and Venezuela’s independence because of the fact that they pursue an independent policy that "sets a bad example" for other nations.
Russia to keep forces in Venezuela ‘as long as needed’ despite US call for removal
Russia says it will keep the roughly 100 servicemen it sent to Venezuela over the weekend, despite the US call for their removal.
Venezuela confirms landing of Russian planes in country
A senior Venezuelan official has confirmed that two Russian planes have landed in the country after authorization by President Nicolas Maduro.
US imposes new sanctions on Venezuela
The United States has imposed new sanctions against Venezuela, now targeting the country’s national development bank and its subsidiaries, part of US-led efforts to oust the democratically elected government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela arrests Guaido's top aide for leading 'terrorist cell'
Venezuela has arrested a key aid to opposition figure Juan Guaido for leading a "terrorist cell" seeking to attack the government's leadership.
Washington's coup attempt in Venezuela not working: Analyst
In its attempt to stage a coup in Venezuela, the administration in Washington has not made any achievement even though the US has been "attacking Venezuela one way or another" during the past months of Nicolas Maduro's presidency, says a commentator.

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