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Activists at Venezuela Embassy served with eviction notice

Authorities have served an eviction notice to activists who have stayed for more than a month inside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, and asked them to leave immediately.

Nicolas Maduro faces off with US over Venezuela rival's power claim

Violence flared again Wednesday during big anti-government demonstrations across Venezuela, and at least seven protesters were reported killed in the escalating confrontation with Maduro.


Venezuela president lands on Panama's 'high risk' money laundering list

Millions of Venezuelans suffer from food and medicine shortages, and the currency has fallen 99.99 per cent against the U.S. dollar on the black market since Maduro came to power in 2013.

Venezuela's President offers to help Donald Trump fight drugs

Maduro has repeatedly excoriated Trump for sanctions against Venezuela, which range from restrictions on U.S. banks buying newly issued debt to barring American citizens from having any dealings with specific individuals in his government.

China offers support for strife-torn Venezuela at United Nations

At least 125 people have been killed in four months of protests against President Nicolás Maduro's government, which has resisted calls to bring forward the presidential election and instead set up a pro-Maduro legislative superbody called a Constituent Assembly that has overruled the country's opposition-led Congress.

Panama govt says to demand visas from Venezuelans, slams Nicolas Maduro

Varela said the situation in Venezuela had deteriorated since the government decided to press ahead with a 545-member constituent assembly in the face of strong criticism from around the Americas, including the United States and Mexico.


Threats and sanctions don't intimidate me: Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on US sanctions

President Nicolas Maduro claimed a popular mandate to dramatically recast Venezuela's political system, dismissing US sanctions imposed on him and condemnations by his domestic opponents and governments around the world.

AP Explains: What is Venezuela's constituent assembly?

Luis Vicente Leon, president of Datanalsis, said that because the government has access to data showing who does and does not vote, many people are likely to feel obligated to participate or risk losing their jobs in a country with severe food shortages and triple-digit inflation.

The Latest: Cuba rejects talk of mediation role on Venezuela

He spoke at a ceremony marking the anniversary of a failed barracks uprising that is considered the beginning of Fidel Castro's revolution. Venezuelan opposition leaders have called a two-day general strike beginning to protest Maduro's plans to rewrite the country's constitution.

Venezuelan agents seize two more court appointees, says opposition

Venezuela's majority backed opposition is demanding Maduro abandon a Sunday election to create a controversial congress with powers to rewrite the country's constitution and override all other institutions. Foes have said that would institutionalize dictatorship by the ruling Socialist Party.