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Already a common practice for decades, more and more residents from Caracas's impoverished middle class are turning to the natural springs on Waraira Repano mountain for free water.
In the testy exchange, Abrams responded saying, "I am not going to respond to that kind of personal attack."
President Donald Trump warns Venezuela that "all options" are on the table and demands that far left leader Nicolas Maduro unblock US aid shipments to the country.
Torture and escape from Venezuelans who fled their homeland, and pledged to ramp up pressure to help the opposition trying to oust Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuelans react to the latest US sanctions against the country's national oil company, which might lead to raising crude prices, as the US aims to cripple embattled Maduro's power base.
Carlos Vecchio, the U.S. representative for Venezuela's interim president Juan Guaido.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro responds with fury to OAS chief Luis Almagro's comments that military intervention in the country should not be ruled out.
The exodus of Venezuelans fleeing their country has generated a migration crisis in Latin America.
A major earthquake of magnitude 7.3 struck the northern coast of Venezuela and caused tremors till the capital, Caracas.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro blames Colombia and financial backers in the U.S. for what he says was an assassination attempt using drones. David Doyle reports
A prison riot broke out Wednesday (March 28) in Carabobo, Venezuela, located around 100 miles west of Caracas along the Caribbean coast.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson raised the prospect that the Venezuelan military could decide to oust President Nicolas Maduro but said he did not know whether that would happen.
Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza's speech at assembly came a day after Trump signed a travel ban affecting some Venezuelan officials.
The new rules, which will impact the citizens of Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen - and some from Venezuela -will go into effect on October 18.
In its first session, Venezuela’s pro-government constituent assembly takes the dramatic step of firing the state prosecutor, Luisa Ortega, who is a leading challenger to President Nicolas Maduro.