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President Nicolas Maduro has angrily blasted Venezuela's classical music maestro Gustavo Dudamel, accusing his one-time supporter of being duped into criticising the government.
Venezuela's new pro-government constitutional authority yesterday formally declared that it was seizing legislative power from the opposition-led legislature.
Venezuela's newly-appointed National Constituent Assembly voted unanimously to take over the powers of the opposition-controlled legislature.
Venezuela's ex-attorney general Luisa Ortega says President Maduro involved in Brazil's massive Odebrecht scandal
Venezuela's sacked attorney general Luisa Ortega said Friday she had evidence that President Nicolas Maduro and his inner circle were involved in the Brazilian scandal.
Venezuela's sacked attorney general Luisa Ortega, a strident critic of President Nicolas Maduro, arrived Friday in Colombia, immigration officials said.
Sacked and raided: Venezuela's ex-attorney general Luisa Ortega says that raids are revenge for fight against totalitarianism
Venezuelan intelligence officers on Wednesday raided the home of the former attorney general, who was fired this month after she broke ranks with President Nicolas Maduro.
At least 37 people died in an hours-long jail riot in Venezuela's southern state of Amazonas, officials said Wednesday.
The use of force is not the way, but rather political pressure, Argentine President Mauricio Macri said at a news conference.
Most serious threat Venezuela has received: President Nicolas Maduro asks for international support against US
Maduro made the request before the ambassadors of Spain, France, Japan, Syria, Vietnam and Guatemala, who presented their credentials to him on Monday at the Presidential Palace.
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro orders military drill after US President Donald Trump's 'crazy' threat
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro on Monday ordered his armed forces to carry out a national exercise next week in response to US President Donald Trump's threat of possible military action.
Iran's parliament voted Sunday to allocate $520 million to develop its missile programme to fight Washington's "adventurism" and sanctions.
US Vice President Mike Pence launches a Latin America tour Sunday that has taken on new significance following President Donald Trump's threat of a possible "military option" against Venezuela.
Venezuela's new Constituent Assembly today strongly backed socialist President Nicolas Maduro in the face of the "vile threats" of his US counterpart Donald Trump.
The UK has been criticised for selling military equipment worth millions of pounds to the politically volatile Venezuela in the last decade.
Venezuela's military chief said Friday two renegade officers behind an attack on an army base to raid its armory have been captured.