Nicolas Maduro shuts Venezuela-Brazil border after opponent Juan Guaido leaves country to seek US aid via Colombia
Guaido set out in a convoy of vehicles to personally pick up US aid being stockpiled on the other side of the Colombian border, defying Maduro's military to stop him.
Support Juan Guaido or lose everything, Donald Trump tells Venezuelan military after Nicolas Maduro refuses to allow humanitarian aid
US president Donald Trump urged Venezuela's military Monday to accept opposition leader Juan Guaido's amnesty offer, or stand to "lose everything," as a crisis deepened over President Nicolas Maduro's refusal to let in desperately needed humanitarian aid.
That border city, swollen by a flood of migrants from Venezuela, is a collection point for aid that's supposed to be distributed by supporters of Juan Guaido.
Venezuela crisis: Donald Trump slams Nicolas Maduro for blocking aid, says US hasn't ruled out 'military option'
US President Donald Trump warned Venezuela on Wednesday that "all options" are on the table and demanded that far left leader Nicolas Maduro unblock US aid shipments to the country.
Venezuela turns to India for oil exports as US sanctions bite; analysts say finding customers in Asia may be a tough task
Venezuela has sent its oil minister, Manuel Quevedo, to India to convince refiners, including Reliance Industries Ltd and Nayara Energy Ltd, to double their oil purchases.
Venezuela: Juan Guaido says humanitarian aid to arrive on 23 Feb; sets stage for showdown with Maduro, who has blocked US supplies
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido told a huge rally of supporters that humanitarian aid will enter the country on 23 February, setting the stage for a showdown with President Nicolas Maduro, who has refused to let supplies in.
US sanctions: Venezuela open to barter trade with India to boost oil sales; terms American action as financial persecution
Venezuela buys a slew of products including medicines from India, and it is looking for alternative payment mechanisms after application of the latest stringent US sanctions.
Venezuelans flock to Madrid on golden, humanitarian visas; only 29 asylum requests accepted by Spain last year
Fleeing the crisis in their country, the people of Venezuela have arrived in Spain in their thousands, some of them penniless, others rich
US seeks UN draft resolution on Venezuelan presidential election; Russia likely to veto move in support of Nicolas Maduro
The United States has shared with its UN Security Council allies a draft resolution calling for international aid to be delivered in Venezuela and for a presidential vote to take place.
China says 'peaceful dialogue' only way to solve Venezuela crisis; Beijing has lent Meduro regime $65 billion in last decade
China is a close ally of Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro, to whom it has lent billions to help shore up his embattled regime. Over the last decade, China has given Venezuela $65 billion in loans, cash and investment.
Venezuela slammed United States President Donald Trump for saying that US military intervention was under consideration to oust Nicolas Maduro
Juan Guaido set to challenge Venezuelan military, says ‘new test’ of defying govt ban on humanitarian medical aid will decide loyalty
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said he will defy a government ban on humanitarian aid by sending large convoys of medicine into the country with the help of neighboring nations.
Venezuela's Juan Guaido warns security officers to stay away from family, accuses them of ‘showing up’ unannounced
The Venezuelan Opposition leader challenging Nicolas Maduro’s claim to the presidency, Juan Guaido, warned officers from a feared state security unit on Thursday to stay away from his family after he accused them of showing up at his apartment in a tense brush with the very force he is trying to persuade to switch allegiance and back him.
Protesters take to streets in Caracas against Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro; Opposition's Juan Guaido joins mass walkout
The demonstration came one week after opposition leader Juan Guaido proclaimed himself the nation's rightful president amid a sea of supporters, as the anti-Maduro movement tried to establish a transitional government.
Mexico, Uruguay announce conference for countries, bodies with neutral position on Venezuela crisis on 7 February
Mexico, Uruguay announced they would convene an international conference for countries and bodies with a "neutral position" to the Venezuela crisis
Venezuelans take to streets in walkout to push Nicolas Maduro out: Juan Guaido transforms into commanding force with Trump's backing
The latest walkout comes after Juan Guaido proclaimed himself the nation's rightful president, hurling nation into political tumult as the anti-Maduro movement tries to establish a transitional government and the socialist leader clings to power.
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Nicolas Maduro says 'imperialists' will have to wait for presidential elections till 2025; welcomes negotiations with US-backed Opposition
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said he was prepared to hold negotiations with the US-backed opposition and added he would support early parliamentary elections
Venezuela SC bars Juan Guaido from leaving nation hours after Maduro regime opens probe into his 'anti-govt activities'
Venezuela's Supreme Court announced the order just hours after chief prosecutor Tarek William Saab announced that he was opening a criminal investigation into Guaido's anti-government activities and requested that restrictions be placed on his movements abroad.
Venezuelean leader Juan Guaido calls for new protests against Nicolas Maduro; Pope fears 'bloodbath' in crisis-hit country
Venezuela's self-proclaimed president Juan Guaido has called for two new protests, in an effort to push the military to turn against leader Nicolas Maduro as Pope Francis warned on Monday of a possible "bloodbath" in the crisis-wracked South American country.