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Eight assailants killed as Venezuela foils bid by ‘terrorist mercenaries from Colombia’ to conduct marine incursion at La Guaira
Venezuela’s government said it foiled a marine incursion on Sunday by terrorist mercenaries who attempted to enter the country on speedboats from neighboring Colombia, adding security forces killed eight of the assailants
Assured of acquittal in impeachment trial, Donald Trump uses State of the Union address to make case for 2020 re-election
Welcomed by enthusiastic applause from Republican lawmakers, the president marched confidently into the same historic chamber where he was impeached 49 days earlier
Venezuela blocks human rights investigators from boarding flight to Caracas; commission member calls it govt’s ‘attempt to hide abuses’
An international human rights commission criticised the government of President Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday for blocking its members from boarding a plane for Venezuela, where they planned to investigate alleged abuses
Nancy Pelosi rips up copy of Donald Trump's State of the Union speech after he snubs House Speaker's handshake as impeachment trial nears end
Donald Trump avoided the subject of his impeachment in his pugnacious 80-minute speech, but the scars from the battle were evident with fellow Republicans giving him standing ovations while rival Democrats, for the most part, remained seated.
World Athletics Championships 2019: Sifan Hassan leads round of golden doubles, calls herself 'clean athlete'
Sifan Hassan made light of the doping ban handed to her coach Alberto Salazar to complete a historic 1,500/10,000 metres double at the World Athletics Championships on Saturday.
Venezuela president Nicholas Maduro says ‘brutal aggression’ by Donald Trump administration to blame for cancelling talks with Opposition
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro blamed Washington on Wednesday in cancelling scheduled talks with the political opposition, as his embattle regime struggles under the weight of US sanctions.
In latest move against President Nicolas Maduro, Donald Trump orders freeze on all Venezuelan government assets in United States
President Donald Trump ordered a freeze on all Venezuelan government assets in the United States and barred transactions with its authorities, in Washington's latest move against President Nicolas Maduro.
Canada suspends operations at embassy in Venezuela after Maduro regime refuses to accredit diplomats critical of president
Canada announced on Sunday it was temporarily shutting its embassy in Venezuela, blaming President Nicolas Maduro for refusing to accredit diplomats critical of his regime.
Mexico gives 'protection' to Opposition lawmaker, says it will protect people 'regardless of their political affinity'
The foreign ministry of Mexico said that the country 'reiterates its commitment to respect, protect and promote the human rights of all people, regardless of their political affinity.'
Mike Pence to offer 'carrots' to Venezuela military to oust Maduro; refugee assistance, bailout package among offers on table
US Vice President Mike Pence is set on Tuesday to offer new incentives to Venezuela's military to turn against President Nicolas Maduro, responding to an attempted uprising that fizzled out last week
Venezuela crisis: Top diplomats of Russia, US likely to meet on 6 May amid mounting civil unrest in South American country
The development holds prominence as Russia and the US have taken diametrically opposed stands in Venezuela's political crisis that was heightened after country's opposition leader Juan Guaido called for a military uprising against President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday.
Venezuela unrest: Daily life resumes after two days of violent clashes as locals continue struggle amid ‘deepest’ economic crisis
In Venezuela's Caracas' biggest open air market, Naira Garcia had no trouble tuning out the messy political struggle that plunged the country into two days of deadly violence this week.
Venezuela protests: 27-year-old woman dies in rioting; 24 injured in May Day clashes between Juan Guaido supporters and military forces
Tensions in Venezuela have soared since Guaido, who heads the National Assembly legislature, invoked the constitution to declare himself acting president on 23 January, claiming Maduro's re-election last year was illegitimate.
US FAA bans low flights over Venezuela citing 'political instability' as Juan Guaido makes strongest call yet to oust president
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Tuesday evening issued an order prohibiting US air operators from flying below 26,000 feet in Venezuela’s airspace until further notice, citing “increasing political instability and tensions”.
Rioting breaks out in Venezuela amid Juan Guaido's 'coup attempt'; Nicolas Maduro says Opposition trying to form 'illegitimate govt'
Opposition leader Juan Guaidó took to the streets of Venezuela to call for a military uprising against socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Donald Trump tells Russia 'to get out' of Venezuela, warns of sending troops to topple Nicolas Maduro
Russia's deployment of troops and equipment to bolster Nicolas Maduro has ratcheted up already high international tension in Venezuela where the Donald Trump administration is pushing hard for regime change amid mounting chaos in the once rich country.
Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova accused Washington of "aggressive rhetoric" over the issue in a statement on Tuesday. She said Moscow is "developing cooperation with Venezuela in strict accordance with the constitution of that country and with full respect for its legal norms."
Donald Trump talks to Jair Bolsonaro about allowing US military near Brazil-Venezuela border, warns Caracas of ‘lot tougher’ sanctions
President Donald Trump warned that the United States could impose ‘a lot tougher’ sanctions on Venezuela as he urged the country's military to depose leader Nicolas Maduro
Venezuela crisis: Juan Guaido calls for nationwide march on Caracas; Maduro says he will 'never surrender'
The mounting political pressure on Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro comes as authorities struggled to restore power following a major electricity outage that began on Thursday afternoon.
Daily Bulletin: Modi to meet CISF troops; Brexit deal returns to Parliament; Opposition slams Centre over Nirav Modi sighting; day's top stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address CISF troops on the 50th anniversary of its raising; Opposition slams Centre over Saturday's Nirav Modi sighting; Venezuela's Opposition leader Juan Guaido announced a nationwide march on Caracas; and more.