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Colombian immigration officials say there are nearly 600,000 Venezuelans in the country — double the number six months ago.
Rex Tillerson is talking about drastic action against one of the world’s biggest oil producers — again
Cracking down on Venezuela's oil industry "is something we continue to consider," Rex Tillerson said this weekend.
The World Bank says it will redo its competitiveness rankings after unfairly influencing them for years
The upcoming revision could affect the rankings of a number of countries, but Chile may see the most significant adjustment.
Venezuela's economy is set to continue deteriorating, but what effect that will have on its political scene is not yet clear.
78 years ago, the British won a surprise victory over Nazi Germany in the first major naval battle of World War II
The Allies faced a bleak outlook in the early days of World War II, but a naval victory thousands of miles away from Europe boosted spirits at home.
A former top national security official says Venezuela is one of Trump’s top 3 priorities — alongside Iran and North Korea
Trump warned this summer that military action was an "option" in Venezuela, though that is apparently not on the table.
Several former high-ranking officials have been arrested in recent days in Venezuela, in what appears to be a campaign to consolidate political power.
The search for a missing Argentine sub is in its 12th day, and the families of its 44 crew members are losing hope their loved ones will be found.
There’s been no contact with a missing Argentine submarine, and the search is entering a ‘critical phase’
Argentine forces and international partners have been searching for a submarine that disappeared on November 15, but the sub's oxygen may be dwindling.
The first emerging markets crisis was in 4th century Greece, Renaissance Capital finds.