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Cuban doctors in Venezuela claim they were forced to withhold medical supplies and coerce patients into supporting Nicolás Maduro
The doctors say they were forced to withhold medicine from patients, only to dole it out shortly before the re-election of Nicolás Maduro.
American Airlines has suspended flights to Venezuela after the State Department warned US citizens should stay out of the country
American Airlines said it won't fly to countries it doesn't consider to be safe and will suspend daily flights to Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela.
Protesters reportedly set aid trucks along the Venezuela-Colombia border on fire after US government officials thought Maduro was responsible
A new report and footage from The New York suggest that a protester, not Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro, was behind last month's chaos at the Venezuela-Colombia border.
A timeline of the political crisis in Venezuela, which began with claims of election rigging and has the US calling for regime change
The 35-year-old lawmaker was virtually unknown before he declared himself the interim president of Venezuela in January.
The institution keeping President Nicolas Maduro in power is straining under foreign and domestic pressure, but whether or how it breaks is unknown.
Venezuela really, really wants its $550 million of gold back. And it’s going to the Bank of England to get it.
Venezuela's finance minister and central bank governor are set to meet a Bank of England official. The bank is seeking "clarity" before returning it.
A report published to Venezuela's parliament said the annual rate had almost doubled in the month since the latest report was published in October.
A cryptocurrency is making huge inroads in Venezuela as inflation runs wild — and it’s not bitcoin or the petro
Each month, 200 merchants are signing up to accept the cryptocurrency dash in Venezuela, according to the Dash Core Group, and the rate of adoption is accelerating.
Venezuela’s mass exodus has sparked violence, and countries are sending in more troops to deal with it
After violent attacks on Venezuelan migrants over the weekend, Brazil is adding more troops to the force it has dispatched to deal with a wave of Venezuelans entering the country.
Confusion still abounds about what caused the explosion in Venezuela, but experts warn Maduro will use it as an excuse to consolidate power either way...
After an explosion went off Saturday while Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech, he accused the opposition of attempting to assassinate him. Whatever happened, experts say the incident made Maduro look vulnerable, and will probably lead to him concentrating power even further.